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Amazon says to create 5,000 jobs in UK
US tech and retail giant Amazon on Monday said it would create 5,000 British jobs this year, in a show of confidence in the UK economy ahead of Brexit.
 
Strong winds and stormy seas have helped turn the Shetland Islands in the North Atlantic into a European renewable energy giant, producing more power than it knows what to do with.
 
Europe's main stock markets and the dollar pulled lower Thursday as investors cashed in recent gains and eyed upcoming U.S. data.
 
A key business lobby warned Britain's government Monday not to play favorites among industries when it negotiates the country's exit from the European Union, saying that ignoring any sector would hurt the entire economy.
 
French Economy Minister Michel Sapin has dismissed a U.S. attack on Germany's trade surplus but urged Europe's biggest economy to boost its spending on investment.
 
Greece hits back at IMF and German creditors over debt impasse
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Saturday warned the International Monetary Fund and EU economic powerhouse Germany to stop playing with fire over his country's debt problems.
 
The German miracle
A Border Collie walks over the frozen Schwarzen See during sunset in Falkenhagen, Germany on Thursday, Feb. 9.
 
How much does my neighbor, my colleague, the leader of my country or his wife earn? In Norway, a champion of transparency, that information is available to all, just a few clicks away.
 
CAL eyes greater performance with A350 route to Rome
China Airlines (CAL) said Wednesday during the inauguration of its Airbus A350 jet on the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport-Rome route that it hopes the newly acquired plane will improve its service quality and reduce costs.
 
Mario Draghi says inflation won't change ECB course
Spiking inflation will not prompt the European Central Bank to end its ultra-loose monetary policy sooner than planned, its president Mario Draghi said Monday.
 
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