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COLOMBIA-HEALTH-CANNABIS-COCA

Medical Marijuana Passes Pennsylvania Bill, Ohio Might Be Next

Medical marijuana will be legalized after Gov. Wolf signs the bill on Sunday after the 149-46 vote in favor of marijuana legalization. However, it will take about two years before sufferers of acute ailment can get advantage of the benefits because of the several processes including regulatory and growing process.

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Aerial Views Of Tata Steel Plant In Port Talbot

Greybull Capital Acquires Tata Steel, Revives British Steel, Saves Jobs

The acquisition of Greybull Capital of Tata Steel's UK long product business will save thousands of jobs and was accepted by the steelworkers after two years of uncertainty.

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African Farmers Struggle To Feed   Continent's Booming Population

African Farmers Now Supported With Mobile Drought Insurance

Due to extreme dry weather conditions, African farmers are seriously affected by their crops failure with little or no more money to replenish their lands or support their families. With the mobile drought insurance, farmers are protected from such harsh conditions by paying a small surcharge fee upon purchase of seeds and fertilizers registered with an insurance company.

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NIGERIA-ECONOMY-INTERNET-AFRICA

Nigeria's Ntel Seeks $1 Billion Investment for 4G LTE Service Expansion

Ntel is seeking $1 billion loan investment for its 4G mobile broadband expansion for 2020 to take advantage of the increasing number of smartphone users in Africa. It will start its 4G LTE service to Abuja and Lagos by April 8 competing with other Nigerian four company internet and broadband providers.

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Inception - World film Premiere Outside Arrivals

Leonardo DiCaprio May Not Return to Indonesia Over Negative Palm Oil Plantation Remarks

Leonardo DiCaprio visited Gunung Leuser National Park in Aceh using a tourist visa on Sunday. He posted remarks in his Instagram account about the deforestation of large hectares of land intended for palm oil plantation and the dangers it impose on the nation's flora and fauna.

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Bronze Equestrian statue of George Washington in the Public..

Meketa Investment Group enhances staff ownership team

Meketa Investment Group has increased its employee ownership team. It has included seven new shareholders into employee ownership team. Meketa is optimistic on adding new expertise and talent that supports its business expansion plan across different geographies.

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Tata Prepares To Sell British Steel Operation

Tata Steel to Sell Its British Operation

Tata Steel put its British business up for sale on Tuesday as the company faces continuous loss in its British operation. Thousands of jobs is at risk.

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BRITAIN-SWITZERLAND-ENERGY-GAS-ENVIRONMENT-FRACKING-BUSINESS

Ineos Plans to Relocate HQ to England this 2016

After moving its headquarter for six years in Swiss, the petrochemical giant sets to return home. Founder and CEO Jim Ratcliffe planned to relocate its headquarter back to England.

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Oil Palm Fruit

El Niño Hurts Malaysia's Palm Oil Output

Due to the continuing harmful effects of El Niño, Malaysia's palm oil production has been greatly affected reducing output by millions of metric tons.

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Billionaire Gina Rinehart Hosts Tour of Roy Hill Iron Ore Mine Construction

Iron Ore Climbs as China Property Market Recover

Price of iron ore rallies as China's property market showed further sign of recovery. Surge in the price of iron ore also correlated with increase in steel futures.

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Investing In African Mining Indaba

South Africa's Manufacturing and Mining Output Contract, Slow Down Economy Even More

South Africa's output in the manufacturing and mining sector might not be a good sign to start the year right. More mining sites stopped their operations creating illegal mining. The president should do something as investors are skeptical on how he handles the country's economic situation.

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F-35 Lightning II

Lockheed Martin Will Lay Off 1,000 Workers in Aeronautics Division

The defense contractor will cut workers from its aircraft division, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company. The company announced on Tuesday to offer voluntary lay off to its employees.

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Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev Visits China

China aims 7% economic growth in 2016

China is targeting seven percent gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate for 2016. The Chinese government is keen on real growth prospects over restructuring exercise this year, while avoiding inflating debt or asset bubbles.

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Controversial Marange Diamond Fields, Chiadzwa, Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Government Robbed of Wealth, Takes Control of Diamond Mining Fields

The Zimbabwe government will now take control all of the mining fields in the country as the state is being robbed of its wealth. Billions of dollars have been stolen from the nation's treasure chest because of smuggling and swinding according to President Mugabe.

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Operations Inside Jim's Shoe Repair As Their Lease Is Renewed

U.S. Service Sectors Expanded More Slowly in February

The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) announced on Thursday that service sectors in U.S. is expanding modestly. However, the sectors fared better than manufacturing in February 2016.

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