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Toyota’s Japan Taxi Becomes an Expensive Olympic Symbol
Toyota’s Japan Taxi Becomes an Expensive Olympic Symbol
Reuters TOKYO: Toyota’s Japan Taxi, born in a government committee and designed to be an all-things-to-all-people cab, has become a
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KSA Consumer Prices Fall in April, Fourth Month in a Row
KSA Consumer Prices Fall in April, Fourth Month in a Row
Reuters DUBAI: Saudi Arabian consumer prices fell 1.9 percent year-on-year in April for the fourth month in a row but
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Sudan Traders See Economic Hope with Change in Government
Sudan Traders See Economic Hope with Change in Government
VOA The ongoing protests in Sudan have focused on political reforms, and a demand for civilian rule. However, shop owners
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Finance Ministry and UNDP Sign Solar Project Document
Finance Ministry and UNDP Sign Solar Project Document
SUNA Khartoum – The Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning has signed with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) the
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Hundreds of Foreign Companies Attend N. Korea Trade Fair despite Sanctions
Hundreds of Foreign Companies Attend N. Korea Trade Fair despite Sanctions
Reuters SEOUL: An international trade fair in North Korea this week may be the largest such event on record, analysts
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Oil Rises on US-Iran Tensions, but Trade War Concerns Weigh
Oil Rises on US-Iran Tensions, but Trade War Concerns Weigh
Reuters SINGAPORE: Oil prices rose on Tuesday on escalating US-Iran tensions and amid expectations that producer club OPEC will continue
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US Eases Restrictions on China’s Huawei to Keep Networks, Phones Operating
US Eases Restrictions on China’s Huawei to Keep Networks, Phones Operating
Reuters WASHINGTON: The US government on Monday temporarily eased some trade restrictions imposed last week on China’s Huawei, a move
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Palestinians Say They Weren’t Consulted about US-led Economic Conference
Palestinians Say They Weren’t Consulted about US-led Economic Conference
Reuters RAMALLAH: The Palestinians have not been consulted about a US-led conference in Bahrain next month designed to encourage international
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UN Security Council Urges End to Violence against Civilians in Sudan
KSA Warns UN of Threat to Global Finances from Illegal Money Movements
SPA NEW YORK: Saudi Arabia has warned that illegal international movements of money posed a major global threat to the
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Increase in Debts; True Stumbling Block to Loans: Al-Jak
Increase in Debts; True Stumbling Block to Loans: Al-Jak
Ahmed Ibrahim Khartoum – Numerous factors have led to the downfall of the Ingaz government, especially politically and economically. Here,
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Marriott Offers Iftar Packs for Cab Drivers in KSA
Marriott Offers Iftar Packs for Cab Drivers in KSA
Arab News Marriott International organized the 10th annual “Iftar for Cabs” initiative at its hotels in the Middle East and
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Hope in Sudan for a More Stable Tomorrow
Hope in Sudan for a More Stable Tomorrow
The National Sudan now has a roadmap for its future. On Monday, military leaders reached an agreement with the country’s
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