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One of the world's biggest banks has been charged in a Qatar-linked case
The charges for Barclays and four ex-staff follow a five-year investigation into the arrangements.
 
Should you book hotels direct or through an online portal?
A few clicks is all it takes these days to sort the hotel for your holiday or business trip. Why call the hotel directly when you can use online portals like Booking.com, Expedia and HRS?
 
Japan's exports up for the sixth month in a row in May
Japan's exports increased 14.9 percent from a year earlier to 5.85 trillion yen (US$52.7 billion) in May, marking the sixth straight month of increase, the government said Monday.
 
US has trade deficits with most Asian trade partners
The U.S. imports more from Asian countries than it exports and as per available data the U.S. runs trade deficits with most of Asian countries except Singapore. The U.S. has trade surplus of US$8 billion with Singapore.
 
China blacklists 24 Korean food and cosmetics firms
China's move to blacklist Korean food and cosmetics firms add woes to the already hurt businesses.
 
Lidl celebrates grand openings, bringing taste of Europe to US
Cynthia Dunlap was looking for bargains and she wasn't disappointed.
 
Watch Tesla's Model X pass its first crash test with flying colors
Tesla has yet another reason to stake its claim as the carmaker of the future.
 
Mobile roaming charges end in the European Union
Mobile phone users registered in the European Union will be able to use their devices while travelling or vacationing anywhere within the bloc without having to pay roaming charges starting Thursday.
 
IMF urges China to accelerate reforms, predicts 'strong growth'
China's economy is expected to grow by 6.7 per cent this year and can "safely sustain strong growth" over the medium term, a report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said Wednesday, while urging the country to accelerate reform across various sectors.
 
Uber chief Travis Kalanick to take leave of absence
The chief executive of ride-sharing service Uber says he will take an indefinite leave of absence from the company as it comes under increasing fire over sexual harassment allegations and concerns about its workplace culture.
 
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