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South Korean President Dons Thermal Underwear To Save Electricity

South Korean President Lee Myung-bak will be donning thermal underwear over the winter period, in an attempt to persuade his citizens to make some sacrifices in order to conserve electricity amid surging power demands in the country.

1 2011 | Viewed: 670 | Foreign experience | Read full
Facebook Targets Huge IPO

Offering next year could raise $10 billion, valuing company at $100 billion.

29 2011 | Viewed: 547 | Foreign experience | Read full
The Russians are coming - and the Chinese and the Canadians

The distinguished-looking gentleman in traditional Arab dress being shown around a mockup cabin of Bombardier's new plane at the Dubai air show is Saleh Al-Awaji, chairman of Yemen's Felix Airways.

21 2011 | Viewed: 589 | Foreign experience | Read full
LSE to sell technology to Delhi exchange

The London Stock Exchange has signed a deal to sell its trading technology to the Delhi Stock Exchange ahead of plans to revive the dormant bourse and compete against India's incumbent exchanges, three people familiar with matter have said.

10 2011 | Viewed: 908 | Foreign experience | Read full
China to expand English language TV service

China's state-owned broadcaster has launched an aggressive international push to extend the country's influence, opening a new headquarters in Washington, that will broadcast English-language programming from the heart of the US capital.

8 2011 | Viewed: 546 | Foreign experience | Read full
China to inject over $158 billion into money market: report

China is likely to inject more than 1 trillion yuan ($158 billion) into the money market in the next two months via annual subsidies from the Ministry of Finance, the official China Securities Journal on Monday quoted a research report as saying.

7 2011 | Viewed: 545 | Foreign experience | Read full
Exclusive: Swiss offer U.S. tax deal for all Swiss banks

The government of Switzerland has proposed a multibillion-dollar settlement with U.S. authorities over allegations that it helped wealthy Americans avoid billions of dollars in U.S. taxes, according to sources briefed on the matter.

5 2011 | Viewed: 524 | Foreign experience | Read full
Banged about

In the 25 years since Big Bang, the mood in the City has changed from optimism to anxiety. Can it recover?

5 2011 | Viewed: 585 | Foreign experience | Read full
China Makes Giant Leap With Space Docking

BEIJING-China achieved its first space docking early Thursday, a breakthrough that paves the way for a planned space station in the next decade.

3 2011 | Viewed: 501 | Foreign experience | Read full
FCC Creates $4.5 Billion Internet Fund for Era of Steve Jobs

Regulators approved a $4.5 billion subsidy for extending high-speed Internet service to an estimated 18 million Americans who lack broadband access.

28 2011 | Viewed: 634 | Foreign experience | Read full
Latest Steve Jobs Mystery Revealed: How He Drove Without License Plates

The multitude of mysteries revealed following the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' death now includes one that puzzled car enthusiasts for years: How did Jobs get away with driving without a license plate?

28 2011 | Viewed: 636 | Foreign experience | Read full
Exclusive: China eyes creation of ASEAN Bank

China is considering a proposal to set up a regional bank to help its small and medium enterprises (SMEs) invest in Southeast Asian neighbors, fund infrastructure projects and promote development in southwestern China, two independent sources said.

27 2011 | Viewed: 595 | Foreign experience | Read full
European Commission proposals for oil, gas and mining transparency laws welcomed by Publish What You Pay

Tuesday, October 25, 2011 LONDON/STRASBOURG - Publish What You Pay, the global coalition of civil society groups, welcomes the European Commission's proposals for EU laws that will require oil, gas, mining and logging companies to be more transparent about the payments they make to governments around the world.

27 2011 | Viewed: 711 | Foreign experience | Read full
ABN Amro returns from the dead

When ABN Amro was taken over and broken up by Royal Bank of Scotland, Santander and Fortis back in 2007, it was a wrench for the Netherlands - the country's biggest bank was to be gutted and a proud band killed off.

25 2011 | Viewed: 586 | Foreign experience | Read full
Obama signs 3 trade deals, biggest since NAFTA

President Barack Obama signed off Friday on the first three - and possibly last - free trade agreements of his administration, deals with South Korea, Colombia, and Panama that could be worth billions to American exporters and create tens of thousands of jobs.

25 2011 | Viewed: 505 | Foreign experience | Read full
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