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Carillion, the second largest construction company in the UK, has been declared bankrupt. Carillion, the second largest construction company in the UK after Balfour Beatty, reported that the company went bankrupt in a statement made on its website. The company had been experiencing financial difficulties since the last year due to...
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said Friday that he wants to ensure the government keeps regulatory authority over cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. Speaking to the Economic Club of Washington, Mnuchin said he was working with representatives from 20 other nations to prevent cryptocurrencies from becoming fully anonymous. He said he did...
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announced Friday that he and his wife MacKenzie are donating $33 million to fund college scholarships for undocumented immigrants. Bezos said the grant will allow some 1,000 undocumented high school students to attend college. The students will all be Dreamers, meaning they have Deferred Action for Childhood...
Britain’s trade deficit has risen to a five-month high, official data showed on Jan. 10, sparking concern over looming Brexit talks. The deficit in goods and services, the gap between exports and imports, widened in November by 0.5 billion to a five-month high of 2.8 billion, the Office for National...
Iraq has approved the sale by Royal Dutch Shell of the company’s 20 percent stake in Iraq’s West Qurna 1 oilfield to Japan’s Itochu Corp, a senior Iraqi oil official said on Jan. 10. The deal comes as the Anglo-Dutch company agreed to exit the Majnoon oil venture, one of...
Turkey’s logistics sector has attracted $1.9 billion in foreign investments as its cargo capacity quadrupled in the last 10 years, the head of a business association said on Jan. 9. “Logistics, which provides an investment environment to 400,000 people, is a significant employment sector of Turkey,” Emre Eldener, chairman of...
ISTANBUL The state of emergency rule is set to be extended once again following an advisory decision made by the National Security Council (MGK), the government spokesman and Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdağ said on Jan. 8. “The state of emergency will be extended once again,” Bozdağ told reporters following a...
Did French President Emmanuel Macron last week finally put an end to Turkey’s EU membership prospects, offering an alternative short of membership? The answer depends on which angle you look at it from. For the eternal pessimists and those who think of themselves as “realists,” the accession process has already...
İSTANBUL A large majority of the Turkish population continues to support the country’s membership of the European Union, though few believe it can be realized in the short term, according to a new poll commissioned by the Economic Development Foundation (IKV). The poll showed a rising trend in support for EU...
TOKYO - Reuters Former Toyota Motor Corp President Tatsuro Toyoda, who helped the Japanese automaker become a global industrial power in the early 1990s, has died at the age of 88, the company said  on Jan. 6. The son of the company’s founder, Kiichiro Toyoda, he took a major role in...

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