China Daily
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Evening Standard - Business
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BBC News 24
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The reason people wait a long time in emergency departments is because we have an older population. There is not enough investment in primary care and the community. We have to remove the politicians out of health and appoint someone in charge of it you will be responsible for all the operational matters.
TopRank
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South China Morning Post
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Mainlanders and Hongkongers both plan to invest more in global markets over the next 12 months, according to a survey by Hang Seng Bank. The survey conducted in January polled 3,000 investors from Shanghai, Shenzhen, Beijing, Guangzhou and Hong Kong who have at least HK$1 million to invest. It showed 70 per cent of mainland respondents and 55 per cent of Hong Kong respondents want to invest globally in next 12 months. But the definition of global investment is close to home, with 36 per cent of...
HubSpot Marketing Blog
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Autocar
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He has also been on Renault’s board for the past decade. Ghosn said: “There’s a point in time where you have to be realistic about how many things you do and you can do well. This is the trigger. There’s a moment when you have to pass the baton to someone else. I’ve always said I would love to have a Japanese to be my successor and Saikawa-san is somebody I have been grooming for many years.” Ghosn took over as chief operating officer at Nissan in 1999 and is credited for turning round the once struggling firm, returning it to profitability initially through cost cutting - earning himself the nicknameLe Cost Killer’ and then investment in highly innovative products, including the sector-busting Nissan Qashqai . The Renault, Nissan, Mitsubishi alliance makes it the third biggest car maker in the world by volume, behind Volkswagen and General Motors, with deliveries of just less than 10 million cars in 2016.
The Economic Times
an hour
"In case of pure equity, Ivanhoé Cambridge will deploy nearly 75 per cent of the funds while PEL will commit an additional amount alongside and co-invest around 25 per cent for each transaction. However, in case of structured equity, both the parties will contribute equally for each transaction," he said. Jijina also said there is a strong demand for equity in the capital stack as developers increasingly prefer the option of partnering with investors in the early stages of the development life cycle over high cost financing. The investment focus shall include the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, Delhi (NCR), Bengaluru, Pune and Chennai. When asked about the deployment of funds, Jijina said, "we plan to deploy almost Rs 200 crore per transaction. We may do almost 7-8 deals under this partnership. We are in touch with developers and we may close at least once deal in the next four months.
Sky News
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But what we need is proper investment in education in our prisons so that rehabilitation works to protect the society. But what we do need is a situation where the numbers of prison staff are up to what they used to be in 2010 when Labour left office. Thank you. Voting is under way in two by-elections in England today. In Copeland, in Cumbria, voters are going to the polls in a seat formerly held by the Labour MP Jamie Reed.
Sky News
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But by the same virtue, we don't think technology in and of itself as a panacea and there will be challenges and risks to access to justice if technology is not implemented sensitively and properly. We will scrutinise that. To summarise, you don't have too many problems with what the government is proposing but you think it is unworkable unless there is significant investment in the prison service.
EVO
an hour
‘On the other hand, the rate of change from what we would see as a conventional powertrain to a high degree of electrification represents a massive investment cost for the industry. The debate we’re having is how fast can you make that happen? How fast can you move to electrification while still staying in business, keeping people employed, using all those capital assets you’ve invested in and getting some kind of return for them? ‘It’s not so straightforward to manage that transition in a very short period. The industry is committed to doing it in the medium term, but to try to do it in the short term is a major financial challenge. Not only that, but to move to electrification, we need the infrastructure in place as well – the charging infrastructure. The more electric vehicles you have, the more charging stations you have, and the more you want to use them.
The Economic Times
an hour
India is seeking to replicate the success of similar trusts in the US, Singapore and Australia, where investors have flocked to assets that offer higher yields.
BBC Parliament
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Louise Ellman. I welcome that Royal Assent has been given. Much-needed investment but can the Secretary of State tell me how he will insure promises made about leave a lasting skills footprint in the UK and I don't just mean in the areas of construction around the United Kingdom.
South China Morning Post
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Financial Times
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Daily Mail - Football
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EXCLUSIVE: Sportsmail can reveal that CITIC SecuritiesChina’s largest investment bank — have drafted the terms of a takeover bid and are set to make a formal approach at the end of this month.
Japan Times
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Critics say Kochi Shinkin Bank has lost its way and is acting more like an investment firm than a regional lender. Supporters say it shows ...
BBC News 24
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China Daily
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The Herald
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The new BBC channel for Scotland has been broadly welcomed by politicians, led by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon who said there was "lots to welcome" in the announcement.
Autocar
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CEO Carlos Tavares describes Vauxhall and Opel deal as "nice to have - but not must-have" The PSA Group, which makes Citroen , DS and Peugeot cars, has reported an 18% jump in profits, further underlining its revival and underlining why it is looking to forge a close alliance - or buy outright - Vauxhall/ Opel and Proton . Recurring operating income rose to 3.24 billion euros2.71 bn) in 2016 from 2.73bn euros2.31bn) a year earlier. This includes a loss of 280m euros237m) from currency swings in the wake of Brexit. Automotive operating profit widened to 6 per cent from 5 per cent, it reported; VW Group operating profit is around 6.5%, but buoyed by the margins at Audi and Skoda, while VW itself operates at closer to a 2% margin. "These results demonstrate our ability to consistently deliver an excellent performance in an adverse environment," PSA CEO Carlos Tavares said in a statement.
Autocar
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Ghosn said: “There’s a point in time where you have to be realistic about how many things you do and you can do well. This is the trigger. There’s a moment when you have to pass the baton to someone else. I’ve always said I would love to have a Japanese to be my successor and Saikawa-san is somebody I have been grooming for many years.” Ghosn took over as chief operating officer at Nissan in 1999 and is credited for turning round the once struggling firm, returning it to profitability initially through cost cutting - earning himself the nicknameLe Cost Killer’ and then investment in highly innovative products, including the sector-busting Nissan Qashqai . The Renault, Nissan, Mitsubishi alliance makes it the third biggest car maker in the world by volume, behind VW and GM, with deliveries of just under 10 million cars in 2016. Speaking at the announcement, Ghosn confirmed that the first result of the three-way alliance between Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi would be for the brands to launch a budget electric car in China off a shared platform.
Financial Times - Telecoms
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The Sun Daily
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The scandal comes as Fillon battles his own investigation into claims his British-born wife Penelope was paid around €700,000 over 15 years as a parliamentary assistant, despite little evidence that she did any work. But while Fillon's ratings took a dive after "Penelopegate", opinion polls currently show Le Pen winning the first round of the election in April 23, although she is forecast to lose in the runoff on May 7. Le Pen 'is threat to France' Bayrou, who has run three times for president, coming third in 2007 with more than 18% of the vote, told a press conference he was backing Macron to fight the "major and immediate threat for our country and Europe" posed by Le Pen. Macron, a 39-year-old former investment banker, is campaigning as a pro-Europe progressive and says he is "neither of the left nor the right". He told AFP he had accepted Bayrou's offer to join forces, hailing it as a "turning point" in his campaign and for French political life.