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Zimbabwe’s inflation makes it hard to keep track of cost of living
Stung by the country’s spiraling inflation, Zimbabwe’s government workers took to the streets this week for the first ever police-sectioned march demanding improved wages.
Economist: China’s tax cuts may be able to offset the cost of trade tariffs
Tax cuts could end up supporting economic growth in China, even if Beijing’s trade war with the US doesn’t improve, according to the chief economist of a Chinese investment banking firm.
China offered to nearly halve cost of Malaysia's $20-billion rail project: sources
China offered to nearly halve the cost of a $20-billion rail project to save the centerpiece of its infrastructure push in Southeast Asia, two sources said on Thursday, but contradictory remarks by Malaysian ministers leave the outcome uncertain.
Your social media posts could cost you your job
Employers said they look at your online life, and it can make or break your career.
French rail strike has cost around €100m: CEO
The head of French railway operator SNCF said Monday that rolling strikes that began last week have cost the company around 100 million euros ($123 million) as staff carried out further stoppages.
False emissions ratings cost UK more than £2b a year
False emissions ratings for cars based on lab tests have cost the UK more than £2 billion a year in lost tax revenue, according to the Green party.
Climate-related disasters cost nearly $400b in 2017
United Nations Deputy Secretary General Amina J. Mohammed has warned about the growing costs of climate-related disasters and pointed out that in 2017 alone the direct economic costs of predominantly climate-related disasters were estimated at nearly $400 billion.
Metal printing offers low-cost way to make flexible, stretchable electronics
Researchers from North Carolina (NC) State University have developed a new technique for directly printing metal circuits, creating flexible, stretchable electronics.
Repealing Obamacare could cost 3 million jobs
New research suggests that repealing two major provisions of Obamacare without replacing them right away could cost the US three million jobs and trigger negative economic impacts that would extend far beyond the healthcare industry.
Cost keeps many kids from playing school sports
High costs are a major reason why many poor students don't take part in school sports, clubs or arts programs, a new survey found.
Iraqi children pay cost of war-induced air pollution
Researchers identify exposure to toxic materials from explosion of munitions and burning of military waste by US army as cause of birth defects and cancers
Global warming set to cost £1.5 trillion
Global warming will cost the world economy more than £1.5 trillion a year in lost productivity by 2030 as it becomes too hot to work in many jobs, according to a major new report.
Brexit could cost each Briton 45,000 pounds in lost wealth
A vote to leave the European Union in a June 23 referendum could cost each Briton around 45,000 pounds, or around half the value of the United Kingdom's housing stock, JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) said in a research report.
Rare wildlife uncovered in biggest nature survey along Britain's coast
The biggest survey to date of nature along Britain’s coastline has uncovered a host of ‘wildlife firsts’.
Lufthansa counts cost of cabin crew strike
German airline Lufthansa said on Monday it was losing at least €10 million a day from the longest strike in its 60-year history as cabin crew confirmed a fourth day of industrial action for Tuesday.

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