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Mining Tycoons Lose Challenge to U.K. Bribery Investigation
A U.K. judge dismissed efforts by mining tycoons to stop British prosecutors from bringing charges in a wide-ranging investigation into fraud, bribery and corruption, bolstering the Serious Fraud Office in one of its longest-running and most sensitive investigations
6 2019 | Viewed: 51 | News / Theme of day | Read full
Germanys Scholz pushes eurozone banking union plan
Finance minister says Berlin should support common deposit insurance scheme
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Kazakh energy minister says new Tengiz expansion cost too high
Kazakhstan believes the new, increased cost of the Tengiz oilfield expansion project is too high and wants Chevron (CVX.N) and ExxonMobil (XOM.N) to review it, Energy Minister Kanat Bozumbayev said on Wednesday
6 2019 | Viewed: 52 | News / Review of Mass Media | Read full
Xerox Considers Takeover Offer for HP
Bid for HP would be at a premium to companys market value of $27 billion
6 2019 | Viewed: 57 | Foreign experience | Read full
Americas Largest Health Insurer Is Giving Apartments to Homeless People
A radical fix for the U.S. health-care crisis
6 2019 | Viewed: 54 | Foreign experience | Read full
How to pay for Warrencare
The release of the senators Medicare for All plan marks a point of no return
6 2019 | Viewed: 64 | Foreign experience | Read full
China lifts ban on Canadian pork and beef exports
Move ends four-month long trade dispute that started soon after Huawei executives arrest
6 2019 | Viewed: 60 | Foreign experience | Read full
Companies Around the World Get Hit by Hong Kong Protests
Whether they sell luxury watches from Switzerland or farm hens from Mississippi, a surprising concern is occupying a number of corporate executives this earnings season: Hong Kongs protests
5 2019 | Viewed: 68 | Analytics | Read full
Britains economy is holding up wellfor now
Real wages are growing much faster than they were when Britons went to the polls in 2017
5 2019 | Viewed: 56 | Analytics | Read full
U.S. Stocks Outpacing the Rest of the World
Steady consumer spending and strength in the labor market keep supporting U.S. stocks despite fears of a recession
5 2019 | Viewed: 60 | Analytics | Read full
US considers dropping some tariffs on China
Officials debate rolling back levies on $112bn of goods to secure broader ceasefire deal
5 2019 | Viewed: 60 | News / Theme of day | Read full
Xi Jinping Vows Commitment to Global Trading Order as U.S. Deal Nears
President Xi Jinping reiterated Chinas commitment to economic openness and the global trading order, as officials close in on the first phase of a deal to end the trade war with the U.S.
5 2019 | Viewed: 55 | News / Theme of day | Read full
Macron says Europe-China climate cooperation 'decisive'
Cooperation between Europe and China on reducing climate-warming emissions will be decisive, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday, after the Trump administration filed paperwork to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement
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Falling interest rates wreak havoc in US pension system

The strains on US corporate defined benefit plans are likely to intensify

4 2019 | Viewed: 58 | Foreign experience | Read full
Merkel wants Germany to have 1 mln electric car charging points by 2030

Germany should have one million charging stations for electric cars by 2030, Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a video message on Sunday, ahead of meetings on Monday with the car industry on how to speed the move to low-emission battery-powered vehicles

4 2019 | Viewed: 52 | Foreign experience | Read full
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Sholpan Kozhamkulova
Sholpan Kozhamkulova, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Chair, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, KIMEP, Almaty

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