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South China Morning Post
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China asked foreign diplomats in Beijing to help weave a cooperative network against corruption, state media reported on Friday, as Beijing seeks greater international cooperation in President Xi Jinpings four-year war on graft. Xi has vowed to fight deep-rooted graft at all levels of the ruling Communist Party until officials dare not, cannot and dont want to be corrupt, warning that a failure to deal with the rot could threaten the partys...
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Paramount Pictures says it has inked a co-financing deal with two Chinese companies for the Hollywood studio's slate of movies over the next three years.In a statement released Friday, Paramount said that under the terms of the deal Shanghai Film Group and Huahua Media will...
Daily Star - Football
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Finance Magnates
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Theresa May’s speeches in London and Davossteer the ship’ into a clear break, with a special deal for London
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Fueling disruption through dexterity is our mantra. We, of course, absolutely agree, and thank you. Completely look at the world in this way and trying to connect the dots to make the world a better place and address many of the world's most vexing issues. Taking perhaps all of the perspectives you just shared, how is Capgemini looking at the future to positively affect individuals across the planet? You've cited so many examples. Perhaps we could dovetail into specifics on a few areas that you feel are most compelling. Enabling economies to build innovative infrastructures is one compelling area. We have learned a great deal from examples like Bergen, a city of the future. They really see themselves as the smart city of the world. They were able to save 1.3 million euro a year and completely transform the way they think about their communities and the people they serve not to mention the way they operate.
The Economic Times
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Trump could offer bilateral deal to India: Sources sources said his administration is interested in a bilateral trade deal with India that could be a "win-win situation" for the two countries
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Daily Express - Sports
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Daily Star - Football
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MANCHESTER UNITED do not have a buy-back clause in the deal taking Memphis Depay to Lyon.
The Huffington Post
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It's been fascinating to watch all the brouhaha in Black America as, one by one, Donald Trump grants an audience to certain leading Blacks, but has yet to meet with Black leaders. It was shameful and disgraceful to watch Trump pose for photos with Martin Luther King, III, while he was dissing John Lewis, a dedicated disciple of his father. In the very same week that we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the person I regard as the greatest American we've ever produced, we will also witness the ascension to power of a vacuous American fraud, a con man who epitomizes the worst of public life. It's as if the racial arsonist Donald Trump thinks he can have a red carpet photo-op relationship with Black folk, while he firebombs Black civil rights heroes and pushes a political agenda that's antithetical to the best interests of the Black community. The ultimate irony is that Trump has stolen a page out of the Obama playbook for how to deal with Black folk by circumventing Black leadership.
BBC News 24
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What assurances will there be to the farmers and crofters that the Government will not leave them exposed in this way? Well, I think the Prime Minister gave the assurance that we are seeking a good deal and no deal is better than a bad deal, which I then think anyone can disagree with. As the free ourselves from the Common agricultural problem that has added so many your graphic burdens to our farmers, what assessment has my honourable friend made of the financial burden that our farmers are facing as a result of the common agricultural policy and what extra freedom will this mean for our farmers any future? -- beurocratic.
BBC News 24
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90% of our beef and lamb export in this country are to the EU. So, the Prime Minister's threat to walk away from the single market with no deal for them would not be bad, it could leave them facing tariffs of up to 20% and that could be catastrophic.
BBC News 24
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Will the Secretary of State today reassure the house and people across the United Kingdom that any trade deal with the US will not The party on this side of the house is the only party that made a commitment to reflect animal welfare standards in trade negotiations, and that remains a commitment of the Government.
BBC News 24
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The Commons was looking at how Britain's departure from the EU will impact on food, farming and the rural economy in general. President-elect Trump spoke last week of the UK securing a very quick trade deal with the US once it has left the EU, which has led to fears that that could mean harsh compromises on issues such as the environment, animal welfare laws and food safety.
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Now we know now it is almost certain that a vote will be required in order to trigger Article 50. So will he confirm that this bill will be subject to the maximum scrutiny, thoroughly amendable, and properly debated, in this House? Can we have a debate about how to win friends and influence people? Because the Foreign Secretary's starting to look like a dodgy character out of Allo Allo, doing his utmost to upset the very people that global Britain needs to negotiate with to get a good deal after exiting the European Union.
BBC News 24
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This week, the Prime Minister said every stray word and every hyped up media report is going to make it harder for us to get the right deal for Britain.
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The Washington Times - Baseball
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HOUSTON (AP) - Right-hander Mike Fiers and the Houston Astros have avoided salary arbitration, agreeing to a $3.45 million, one-year contract. The deal Thursday avoided a hearing next month. Eligible for arbitration for the first time, Fiers settled at the midpoint of the $3.9 million he had asked for and ...
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Russian government spokesman Dmitry Peskov today dismissed claims from President Obama that the nuclear deals reached during his time in office were everything Russia would've been willing to reach, saying Russia had always favored further nuclear disarmament so long as it was proportional with America's own nuclear arsenal. Speculation about possible new nuclear arms deals were raised over the weekend, when President-elect Donald Trump suggested that he would lift American sanctions against Russia as part of a broader deal which would include substantial nuclear arms reduction. Trump made the suggestion in an interview, and didn't offer any specifics on this negotiation. It was panned yesterday by Obama, however, who insisted the US shouldn't link the sanctions to nuclear deals, and that if there were any more good nuclear arms deals to be had with Russia, he'd have made them.