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Fast food, slow pace of reform
Mohammed Shaheedul Huq serves a customer from his food cart in Brooklyn on Nov. 21.
 
After the turkey, holiday shopping season begins
After enjoying the Thanksgiving turkey, some Americans hit the stores for what retailers hope will be a new tradition to start the holiday shopping season.
 
Guyana says it will use a US$45 million loan from China to widen the main road linking the capital of the South American country with neighboring Suriname.
 
An environmental group has asked a federal court to throw out a lawsuit by a mining company that's fighting to hold on to its minerals leases in northeastern Minnesota.
 
The Mexican central bank slashed the country's economic growth forecast on Wednesday, citing concerns that U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will make good on his pledge to upend regional trade.
 
US home sales rise at their fastest pace in almost a decade
Americans bought homes in October at the fastest pace in nearly a decade, helped out by low mortgage rates that have since started to climb following the presidential election of Donald Trump.
 
Protectionism from abroad threatens Mexico's economy, the International Monetary Fund said Tuesday, slightly lowering the country's growth forecast for 2017.
 
Abe vows to boost ties with Argentina
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe vowed to boost trade and investment with Argentina during a state visit Monday to the country with Latin America's third-biggest economy.
 
Panama needs to immediately boost transparency and regulation of its financial sector to shake off its reputation -- deepened by the "Panama Papers" scandal -- of being a hub for tax evasion, a report released Monday said.
 
Opponents of a state ruling that would prevent bars and many restaurants in Denver from offering on-site marijuana consumption said the ruling would overturn a law approved by voters and force people to sneak around while they use pot and consume alcohol.
 
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