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Boris Johnson might yet get Brexit done: Counting the votes

Oct 22 2019 20:14

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will find out Tuesday evening whether he can muster a majority in the House of Commons to support his Brexit deal.


      China braces for economic growth to fall below 6%

      Oct 21 2019 13:29

      China’s policy makers are preparing for two key policy meetings in the coming weeks with fresh evidence that sooner rather than later, the number for gross domestic product growth will start with a 5.


      Boris Johnson revives push to get Brexit deal passed

      Oct 21 2019 12:25

      Boris Johnson is making a fresh bid to deliver on his promise to take Britain out of the European Union on Oct. 31 amid mounting optimism that he now has the backing to get his deal through Parliament.


      This really is a crunch week for Brexit

      Oct 21 2019 04:45

      It's 11 days until the UK is due to shed its European Union membership and, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson so often says, "take back control".


      France measures its attractiveness

      Oct 21 2019 18:10

      Business France and the French Treasury Directorate recently released the 2019 France Attractiveness Scoreboard.


      82% of South Africans believe the country is going in the wrong direction – survey

      Oct 19 2019 07:00

      Research indicates that 82% of South Africans believe the country is going in the wrong direction, a 'trend spotter' tells delegates at a retail conference.


      Johnson urges MPs to end exhausting exit process

      Oct 18 2019 20:37

      United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson is talking to MPs as he tries to build a majority in Parliament for the Brexit agreement he reached with the European Union on Thursday.


      China stocks drop most in month as weak economic growth sinks in

      Oct 18 2019 13:06

      Chinese stocks have dropped the most in a month on Friday after worsening economic data dimmed the outlook for corporate earnings.



      UK chose Brexit to build ties with Africa - official

      Oct 16 2019 15:57

      The United Kingdom chose Brexit not because it does not like the Europeans, but because the UK believes the future of trade lies in a broader relationship with the fastest-growing regions in the world – Asia and Africa.

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