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Section: Gulf News (United Arab Emirates)

    Rich countries may take lead in recession-proof debt project
    Oct25

    Rich countries may take lead in recession-proof debt project

    * G20 takes up growth-linked bond proposal * Crisis tool originally targeted emerging economies * But Britain, Germany may need to take lead * IMF to complete review early next year Some of the world’s most advanced economies may club together to sell growth-linked bonds, creating a market that could help avert future debt crises, sources...

    Emiratis to get visa on arrival in Ukraine
    Oct24

    Emiratis to get visa on arrival in Ukraine

    Entry visas can be obtained at three main airports …read more Source: Gulf...

    Row over trade deal exposes gridlock in EU decision-making
    Oct21

    Row over trade deal exposes gridlock in EU decision-making

    The European Union’s difficulties in sealing a landmark trade pact with Canada because of opposition from a Belgian region is exposing the bloc’s wider struggle to get things done.The impasse over the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) with Canada is not unique.The EU is also struggling to finalise a political and trade...

    Messi ruins Guardiola return, Bayern stop rot
    Oct20

    Messi ruins Guardiola return, Bayern stop rot

    Lionel Messi spoiled Pep Guardiola’s homecoming by scoring a hat-trick in Barcelona’s 4-0 win over 10-man Manchester City in the Champions League on Wednesday, while Bayern Munich shook off their recent patchy form to defeat PSV Eindhoven 4-1. Messi pounced on a Fernandinho slip to nudge Barca in front on 17 minutes, and the Argentine...

    EU threatens Russia with sanctions over Syria
    Oct20

    EU threatens Russia with sanctions over Syria

    European Union leaders warned Russia at a summit on Thursday that they will consider sanctions over its role in the Syrian conflict if Moscow does not stop “crimes” in the devastated city of Aleppo. As the bloc’s 28 leaders met in Brussels for a crucial discussion on their future strategy to deal with Moscow, EU President Donald...

    From Ukraine with love
    Oct19

    From Ukraine with love

    A myriad of colours has been put up to decorate the walls of an exhibition hall at Katara Cultural Village. More than a dozen artists from Ukraine, once known as ‘global breadbasket’, are showcasing over 50 works of art, depicting the unique culture of their country. Ranging from landscapes to abstract, portraits, digital paintings and...

    Rosneft enters India with $13bn Essar deal
    Oct19

    Rosneft enters India with $13bn Essar deal

    In a spectacularly costly gamble aimed at boosting Russia’s strategic position, state-controlled giant Rosneft is investing in India’s Essar Oil to muscle into a promising market with outlets throughout Asia. Russian President Vladimir Putin returned from last week’s Brics summit in Goa with one of the largest deals the oil...

    Merkel expects ‘no wonders’ from four-way Ukraine talks
    Oct19

    Merkel expects ‘no wonders’ from four-way Ukraine talks

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that “no wonders” should be expected at talks on a stalled peace plan for eastern Ukraine which she will host today with the leaders of Russia, France and Ukraine. Other top officials, including Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, also dampened expectations of any breakthrough at the talks in Berlin on...

    Obama tells Trump to ‘stop whining’
    Oct18

    Obama tells Trump to ‘stop whining’

    President Barack Obama yesterday slapped down Donald Trump’s claim that the 2016 presidential race is rigged, telling the Republican to “stop whining” and get on with his campaign.In language normally reserved for chastising a stroppy teenager, Obama discarded diplomatic decorum and skewered the mogul from the Rose Garden in front of...

    Kremlin-funded RT TV says UK bank closing its accounts
    Oct17

    Kremlin-funded RT TV says UK bank closing its accounts

    Kremlin-funded television network RT said yesterday that Britain’s NatWest bank is closing all its accounts in a unilateral decision that Moscow decried as politically motivated. “They have closed our accounts in Britain. All the accounts,” wrote RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan on Twitter. She later said that NatWest has not blocked...

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