US economic fundamentals are good. Don’t overreact to trade issues

The German trade surplus is stifling the economic growth in the rest of Europe, Michael Ivanovitch writes.

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India has proposed a new fix for its bad debt problem. It may not be enough

India made the case for an Asset Reconstruction Company to tackle the debt that is crippling state-owned banks. Experts say the plan is likely not enough.

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Cash hoarders aren't the only problem for Japan's struggling fund industry

Japan's stagnant mutual fund industry is hunting for revitalization.

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GE is said to close in on a $3B-plus deal to sell industrial engine unit to a private equity firm

General Electric is close to a deal that would sell its industrial engine unit to a private equity firm named Advent.

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Australasia's coolest little city?

Dunedin, on New Zealand's idyllic South Island, isn't getting as many tourists as nearby Queenstown. But that's good news for travelers who want to experience the country's famous hospitality but aren't as keen on Hobbits.

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5 great places to visit in July

School's out and the heat's on in July. This is peak travel season in the USA, much of Europe and a lot of the Northern Hemisphere.

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Life span of an airplane

Aerial photographer Mike Kelley followed an airplane from assembly at Boeing Field to dismemberment in an aircraft boneyard in the deserts of California.

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Asia's latest state-of-the-art water show

A state-of-the-art water stage, 3D visual effects, hundreds of performers, authentic costumes, live music, martial arts, pyrotechnics, dancing ....

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