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Modi’s jobs deficit: J&J’s largest India plant sits idle

Modi’s jobs deficit: J&J’s largest India plant sits idle

It was supposed to be Johnson & Johnson’s biggest manufacturing plant in India. It was to eventually employ at least 1,500 people and help bring development to a rural area near Hyderabad in southern India.

German economy faces tough road ahead amid auto sector woes

German economy faces tough road ahead amid auto sector woes

Germany’s economy, Europe’s largest and its growth engine, has been crumbling under the pressure of domestic woes in the car industry with global trade tensions and the enduring Brexit imbroglio weighing on exports.

Can S African president Cyril Ramaphosa do it?

Can S African president Cyril Ramaphosa do it?

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa led his ruling African National Congress (ANC) party to a comfortable victory in the country’s parliamentary election earlier this month.

A Greek canary in a global goldmine

A Greek canary in a global goldmine

The eurozone country that has become synonymous with insolvency is today proving to be a treasure-trove for some. Traders who bought Greek assets a few years ago have good reason to celebrate, having banked returns that no other market could have provided.

Bayern Munich’s win cannot hide Bundesliga decline

Bayern Munich’s win cannot hide Bundesliga decline

Bayern Munich may have wrapped up a seventh successive Bundesliga title on Saturday, but their domestic dominance was severely tested in one of the most exciting German league campaigns in years.

Austria and the plot against Europe

Austria and the plot against Europe

Across Europe, the looming European Parliament elections have long been viewed as the biggest showdown yet between populism and Europe’s established democratic parties.

A carbon dividend is better than carbon tax

A carbon dividend is better than carbon tax

Climate change is the world’s most urgent problem, and in the United States, the left, at least, is taking it seriously.

Al Janoub Stadium: a milestone in Qatar’s trip to host World Cup

Al Janoub Stadium: a milestone in Qatar’s trip to host World Cup

The 40,000 capacity stadium, located south of Doha, is the first of the 2022 Qatar World Cup to be fully built and the second to be ready to host the FIFA World Cup following the announcement of opening Khalifa International Stadium in May 2017.

Sudoku, crossword can make brain younger

Sudoku, crossword can make brain younger

Puzzles don’t just make for a fun rainy day activity. Research shows there are mental benefits to filling in the correct numbers and letters in the blocked grids of Sudoku and crossword puzzles.

Modern monetary disasters

Modern monetary disasters

Modern Monetary Theory (MMT), a seemingly new approach to economic policy, has become a hot topic, gaining support from leading US progressives such as presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and Democratic Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

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