«President Trump and President Xi acknowledged the resumption of inter-Korean dialogue and expressed hope that it might prompt a change in North Korea’s destructive behavior,» the White House said in a readout of the call
Budget 2018: The telecom operators are preparing to roll out 5G technology-based communications services and need an easier business environment to encourage investment, apart from reduced pressure on the balance sheets. Most importantly, the government should re-introduce the customs duty exemption on 4G LTE network equipment import.
The prime minister’s speech assumed significance as the Rajput community has expressed resentment against the BJP ahead of the January 29 bypolls to two Lok Sabha and one Assembly constituencies in the state
Retail trends for 2018: The sector should not only embrace new gen technology but also focus on traditional concepts
The government also played its part in implementing GST as planned and then demonstrating some flexibility in GST rates and easing some rules for retail. In many ways, a new base has been set for 2018 and beyond.
Cortege is a project for building a family of cars for senior government officials — a limousine, a sedan, an off-road vehicle and a minivan
VTB started the secondary offering of Sberbank Eurobonds mature in 2019 in the amount up to $350 mln
Dmitry Medvedev recalled Karl Marx, who said technological progress had brought about a reduction of work hours
All the extra oil and gas revenues will be accumulated and directed then to the National Wealth Fund, the head of the Russian Accounts Chamber said
The number of tourist trips made by Russians nearly doubled in the past 17 years
There is a precedent for letting states impose work requirements on the poor for medical coverage. It bodes ill for public health.
The Trump administration says its actions show the price of employing workers illegally, a message being felt keenly among the workers themselves.
Carillion crisis: Theresa May rules out bailout as Labour accuses ministers of collusion — live updates
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