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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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US Markets Open As Global Markets Post Gains

Stocks gain on strong data with oil nearing $35/bbl

Led by energy and banking stocks, equities on Wall Street surged after the latest data buoyed investor confidence. Crude oil price was nearing $35 per barrel. Wall Street is waiting for jobs data to be released on Friday.

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Fortune 500 Campanies in New Jersey

Honeywell Drops Its Bid of United Technologies

After United Technologies refused its $90.7 billion offer, Honeywell announced on Tuesday to stop its effort in acquiring its rival company. United Technologies refused the offer because of regulatory concern.

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2015 Lujiazui Forum In Shanghai

China's super regulator plan may merge banking, securities & insurance sectors

China is working on a new financial super-regulator mechanism to take care of banking, securities and insurance segments under one umbrella. Recent turmoil in the financial markets are driving the Chinese government to revamp financial monitoring mechanism.

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INDIA-POLITICS-ECONOMY-BUDGET

India's Budget Focuses on Rural Development

With the release of the yearly budget many are hopeful that their lives will change for the better especially for those who live in the rural areas. The allocated budget focuses mainly on the agrarian sector, health and social and infrastructures that could help alleviate sufferings and give comfort for the less fortunate.

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Members Of The Royal Family Attend The Commonwealth Day Of Observance At Westminster Abbey

Fortescue H1 profit slips amid poor commodity prices

Fortescue Metals reported a 4% decline in its first six-month net profit owing mainly to the fall in commodity prices. The company has declared an interim dividend of A$0.03 (fully franked).

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BHP Billiton Announces Record Financial Results

BHP Billiton chases oil more closely than iron ore

Shares of BHP Billiton, a mining and petroleum firm in Melbourne, started chasing oil prices very closely as they entered into the horrible downturn period in the oil industry. Analysts expect the miner to rally by nearly 50% in the coming months.

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SAFRICA-MINING-DIAMOND

27th Large Diamond Mined in Angola Weighing 404 Carats, Worth $20 Million, Increasing The Company Share

The 27th largest diamond in the world was just discovered in Angola. The spectacular diamond has been estimated to worth $20 million Australia or $14.3 million USD. The diamond was found under an Australian company in partnership with some Angola's companies.

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China Begins To Curb Property Prices In Smaller Cities

Reliance Infrastructure Ltd Sells Its Cement Business To Birla Corporation for Rs. 4,800 Crore

Reliance Infrastructure Ltd has sold Reliance Cement Company Pvt. Ltd to Birla Corporation for Rs. 4,800 crore. Anil Ambani's Reliance has made this decision to cut down the debts the company has accumulated over the years that range between Rs 20,000 and 25,000 crore.

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New Trainees Begin Training Programs

German Job Rate Increased Near EU Record Due to Female Workforce

Reports show that 73 percent women were joining the workforce in 2014, compared to 63 percent in 2005. The rise has also pulled the overall employment rates up for Germany at 78 percent. German's employment rate is growing faster than any other EU country, although the record remains to be held by Sweden.

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Air Force One

Boeing 747-8 Jumbo jet, the new Presidential aircraft

The U.S. Air Force said Boeing would build the planes to replace the two outdated model of Boeing VC-25 airplanes used by the U.S President. Boeing was the sole bidder, and the initial $25.8 million contract to reduce risk and lower the cost of the program by looking at the tradeoff between the requirements and design of the new plane.

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