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At Jordan border, Damascus seeks to revive regional trade By AFP | Last Updated: 21st October, 2018, 12:58

Syria’s international trade has plummeted during the seven-year civil war, and its foreign reserves have been almost depleted

At Jordan border, Damascus seeks to revive regional trade

Next IMF loan will be 'the last': Pakistan finance minister Next IMF loan will be 'the last': Pakistan finance minister

Asad Umar's pledge comes days after Pakistan's central bank warned inflation could double in the coming year


Mohammed Dewji: Kidnapped billionaire 'home safely' Kidnappers release Tanzanian billionaire

Mr Dewji was abducted by gunmen at the Colosseum Hotel early on 11 October, as he arrived for a morning workout


French job centres drop The Voice-style interviews

French job centres drop The Voice-style interviews

Three recruitment officials would turn their back on a candidate beside a screen with the English slogan: "This is The Job"


Chinese cars gain growing popularity at Qatar motor show Chinese cars gain growing popularity at Qatar motor show

Qatar motor show hosts 23 companies and features 37 booths representing various car manufacturing brands, car accessory brands and partners


Trump launches process to quit 144-year-old postal treaty

Trump to pull US out of postal treaty

The United Nations treaty sets lower international rates for packages from certain countries, a move originally designed to support poorer nations


US moves to negotiate trade deals with Japan, UK, EU US plans trade deals with Japan, UK, EU

The move is part of US President Donald Trump's efforts to reshape trade policies to support his "America First" agenda


Satkhira villagers find fortune in ‘Vasak’ farming Satkhira villagers find fortune in ‘Vasak’ farming

  Many poor rural people of the district have found the cultivation of herbal plant ‘Vasak’…


Facebook tool makes UK political ads 'transparent' Facebook tool makes UK political ads 'transparent'

There will also be an online archive, showing all of your previous ads, roughly how much you spent


Brexit: David Davis calls for cabinet rebellion over PM's plan Ex-Brexit secretary calls for rebellion

The PM has suggested a temporary customs arrangement for the whole UK to remain in the customs union while the Irish border issue is resolved


China car sales slump ripples globally China car sales slump ripples globally

The deceleration comes amid a slowdown in China's economy and has pinched performance at vehicle manufacturers around the world


Saudi faces business backlash over Khashoggi disappearance Saudi faces business backlash over Khashoggi disappearance

Branson says Virgin would suspend discussions with Saudi Arabia over a proposed investment in Virgin Galactic


BMW to take control of China venture Brilliance Automotive BMW to spend $4.1bn to buy China partner

The German firm will spend €3.6bn ($4.16bn; £3.14bn) to up its stake in Brilliance Automotive from 50% to 75%


US shares suffer sharpest drop in months US shares suffer sharpest drop in months

The tech-heavy Nasdaq led the declines, sliding 4%, or 315.9 points, to 7,422


US Treasury issues new rules on foreign investments US Treasury issues new rules on foreign investments

The administration imposes penalty tariffs on about $250 billion of Chinese imports


German car industry warns CO2 targets risk jobs German car industry warns CO2 targets risk jobs

A pillar of the German economy, the car industry employs around 800,000 people directly


IMF: 'Dangerous undercurrents' threaten global economy 'Dangerous undercurrents' in global economy

The International Monetary Fund's Financial Stability Report says that although banks are far safer than they were in 2008 there are new risks


Trump tariffs make world 'poorer and more dangerous'

US tariffs make world 'more dangerous'

The IMF has lowered its forecast for global growth this year and next


Indian Minister of State for Shipping in city Indian Minister of State for Shipping in city

The Indian Minister will attend the second South Asia Maritime and Logistics Forum (SAMLF) on Tuesday afternoon


German industrial production slips again in August German industrial production slips again in August

Production fell for investment goods and construction output in August


Rebrand to Superbrand: Meet the Brandmakers behind Rebrand to Superbrand: Meet the Brandmakers behind

IPDC proudly claims itself as the fastest and strongest Non-Banking Financial Institution of the country


Californians weigh making egg-laying hens cage-free by 2022 Californians weigh making egg-laying hens cage-free by 2022

Egg-laying hens, starting in 2020, must be given 1 square foot (0.1 square meter) of floor space each


Unilever scraps HQ relocation Unilever scraps HQ relocation

The firm has headquarters in both London and Rotterdam, but announced in March that it planned to have just one HQ located in the Dutch city



Tsukiji: Japan's famed fish market to relocate End of the line for Japan's famed fish market

The world's largest fish market, which has been in operation for 83 years, is being moved as part of the redevelopment for the 2020 Olympic Games


Samsung sees record third quarter profit on chip demand Samsung forecasts record quarterly profit

The South Korean electronics giant is forecasting operating profits of around 17.5 trillion won ($15.5bn; £11.9 bn), up 20.4% from a year ago


Runner motorcycles hit Bhutanese market Runner motorcycles hit Bhutanese market

Runner Automobiles launched 4 models of Runner Motorcycles ranging between 100cc to 150cc capacity in Bhutanese market


Brexit recession warning from RBS boss

Brexit recession warning from RBS boss

RBS is still 64% owned by the taxpayer following its bailout ten years ago


China's Tencent Music applies to list in the US China's Tencent Music applies to list in the US

It includes digital streaming apps QQ Music, Kugou and karaoke app WeSing


BMW getting ready for 'worse options' in Brexit BMW getting ready for 'worse options' in Brexit

The price is based on the tax rate in Italy and will differ slightly in other markets, depending on their sales tax rates


Donald Trump says new trade deal is 'most important ever' Trump hails 'most important' trade deal

The president says the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), which replaces Nafta, would bring thousands of jobs back to North America


Trump, Saudi king discuss oil prices in telephone call Trump, Saudi king discuss oil prices in telephone call

Trump has been calling on OPEC and American allies like Saudi Arabia to boost their production to lower global crude oil prices


SIM replacement must to enjoy MNP facility SIM replacement must to enjoy MNP facility

BTRC announces to introduce the service in the early hour of October 1


IBBL signs agreement with Rural Electrification Board IBBL signs agreement with Rural Electrification Board

This agreement will facilitate the members of Palli Bidyut Samity to pay their electricity bill through IBBL branches


North Korea learns to embrace its inner consumer N Korea learns to embrace its inner consumer

The rise of the North Korean consumer under Kim Jong Un is not limited to the affluent, politically privileged elite


Sued by Starbucks, Indian coffee chain changes name Sued by Starbucks, Indian coffee chain changes name

"Singh" is a commonly used last name in India's Hindu and Sikh communities


Italy's populists agree budget to 'abolish poverty'

Italy's populists agree new budget

Mr Tria, a university professor not affiliated with either party, was understood to have wanted to set spending at about 1.6% of debt above GDP


Bashundhara playing key role in job creation: Akbar Sobhan Bashundhara playing key role in job creation: Akbar Sobhan

The Bashundhara Group chairman observes that natural gas should be used only for power generation and industrial purposes


Ryanair cancels 150 flights on Friday due to strike across Europe Ryanair cancels 150 flights on Friday

The Dublin-based carrier says that it would cancel six percent of flights amid the walk-outs in Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain


Original working Apple-I computer fetches $375,000 at auction Original working Apple fetches $375,000

An Apple-I computer, the first product made by the computing giant, has sold at auction for $375,000 (£230,000)


Commerce minister asks India to remove trade barriers Commerce minister asks India to remove trade barriers

The Commerce Minister says the existing cordial relations between Bangladesh and India is being reflected in growing bilateral trade and investment

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