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Emerging markets take record share of FDI inflows in first-half of 2013: UNCTAD – Reuters


Sahara Samay

Emerging markets take record share of FDI inflows in first-half of 2013: UNCTAD
Reuters
Flows to developed markets declined, but emerging markets took more than 60 percent of the total inflows, their highest ever share. "The increase was driven by acquisitions in Central America and the Caribbean, as well as record inflows into the ...
Emerging markets take record share of FDI inflows in H1 2013: UNCTADEconomic Times

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Obama blames ‘bad apple’ insurers for canceled coverage

BOSTON/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama said on Wednesday that “bad apple” insurance companies, not his signature healthcare law, are to blame for hundreds of thousands of people losing their coverage in the past few weeks. As administration officials scrambled to fix technical problems on an online insurance marketplace that is central to the success of the Affordable Care Act, ...

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Things to do on St. Martin/St. Maarten – USA TODAY

Things to do on St. Martin/St. MaartenUSA TODAYOver the hill in Simpson Bay, bingo tournaments are the big draw at the Tropicana Casino, while up the road at Paradise Plaza, sports fans bet on horse races and soccer. Princess Casino lures players to th...

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Rihanna Covers ‘Chris Brown Tattoo’: Unhappy With Design; Flies Artists 1500 … – International Business Times


International Business Times

Rihanna Covers 'Chris Brown Tattoo': Unhappy With Design; Flies Artists 1500 ...
International Business Times
Rihanna flew the tattoo artists who designed her hand art to the Dominican Republic from New York, after being unhappy with how the original design came out. Earlier this month, the Barbadian stunner got a traditional Polynesian tattoo on her right ...

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Report suggests ‘permanent slowdown’ in CO2 emissions

Global emissions of carbon dioxide may be showing the first signs of a “permanent slowdown” in the rate of increase. According to a new report, emissions in 2012 increased at less than half the average over the past decade. Key factors included the shift to shale gas for energy in the US while China increased its use of hydropower by ...

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