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Shanghai stocks closed higher on Friday but trade lacked direction with several major markets closed for Easter holidays...


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Wall Street stocks finished modestly higher on Thursday following a batch of mostly solid corporate earnings and a succe...


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The World Trade Organization on Thursday largely sided with the United States in its Obama-era case against Beijing over...


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Beijing said on Thursday that there is "still much work to finish" on the text of a trade agreement with the United Stat...


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The Portuguese Government has confirmed in a notice published in its Official Gazette that Portugal's tax treaty with Fi...


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In December, the Australian Government announced that it had forced the sale of more than 300 properties illegally acqui...


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The French Senate last month approved proposed legislation abolishing the existing exit tax and replacing it with a new ...


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The European Court of Justice has ruled that the UK can unilaterally abandon the process of leaving the European Union, ...


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FinTech

“A quantum computer could present a danger to modern cryptographic algorithms if they stop developing …” Pavel Kr...


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The funding will be used to: Expand OakNorth’s SME loan origination and credit capabilities to North American banks...


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DEEP BRAIN CHAIN (DBC) DBC is trying to build a blockchain based neural network training platform to connect the comput...


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The Home Office pegs the annual volume of illegal economic activity at £14.4 billion, with reports of suspicious fina...


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The Center for Health Protection says it's monitoring whether there's any sign that the anti-vaccination movement is gai...


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More than a dozen people have been injured after a collision involving five buses on Tsing Ma Bridge. The accident ha...


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A 62-year-old woman has died after being hit by a tour bus and dragged under it in To Kwa Wan. The accident happened ...


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Former privacy commissioner Allan Chiang said on Sunday his successor should look into whether the use of inward-facing ...


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The Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs, Patrick Nip, and pro-establishment legislators on Sunday expresse...


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The Secretary for Labour and Welfare Law Chi-kwong is encouraging people to make use of a bigger education subsidy avail...


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The chief executive of the Consumer Council, Gilly Wong, is asking lawmakers to support the government's proposal to int...


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Lawmaker Chan Hoi-yan is urging the government to help ease the pressure on the public medical system by doing a better ...


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