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10/20/2008 [-] Al Safeer Group Set to Drive Business Performance With Oracle
10/20/2008 [-] Rudd moves to calm small business worries
10/20/2008 [-] Ivorian cocoa farmers try to block S.Pedro arrivals
10/20/2008 [-] Egypt economic growth could slow to 6 percent finmin
10/20/2008 [-] Tapped for vacation to islands
10/20/2008 [-] Morning business news Oct 20
10/20/2008 [-] Ericsson says financial crisis not a factor
10/20/2008 [-] Most markets in Asia advance
10/20/2008 [-] Gas prices reverse course, fall below 3
10/20/2008 [-] Somalia Puntland Business Leaders Complain About Livestock Export Monopoly
10/20/2008 [-] Microsoft strategist Craig Mundie looks to future
10/20/2008 [-] Rand gets breathing room as markets rebound
10/20/2008 [-] There's a light at end of financial crisis tunnel
10/20/2008 [-] Bankers need a slice of humble pie
10/20/2008 [-] Gold futures up on firm global trend
10/20/2008 [-] S'pore to brace itself for few quarters of weak economic growth
10/20/2008 [-] Ford, Chrysler offer 2009 model discounts report
10/20/2008 [-] Australian Stocks Market climbs almost four per cent
10/20/2008 [-] Prestige Holdings bounces back -
10/20/2008 [-] UK economy 'already in recession'
10/20/2008 [-] Malaysia to inject 1.4 bln dlrs into stock market, cut '09 GDP target
10/20/2008 [-] Financial crisis takes toll as China growth slows
10/20/2008 [-] Ed Turney, a Chip Maker Founder, Is Dead at 79
10/20/2008 [-] Google Learns Lessons in the Ways of Washington
10/20/2008 [-] Global brands like the UK
10/20/2008 [-] FTSE gains on hopes crisis may be easing
10/20/2008 [-] Lawyer Businessman's cell death likely homicide
10/20/2008 [-] S.Africa's rand firmer on dollar, stock futures up
10/20/2008 [-] European stocks gain; led higher by banks, commods
10/20/2008 [-] Mondi warns on FY profit, shares drop
10/20/2008 [-] Conventions
10/20/2008 [-] 10M retail expansion cleared for Mt. Juliet
10/20/2008 [-] Rescue teams step in
10/20/2008 [-] Home foreclosures oust faithful renters
10/20/2008 [-] Lobbyist helped protect Freddie from regulation
10/20/2008 [-] Hungary seeks remedy for financial crisis
10/20/2008 [-] Oil higher amid talks of OPEC production cuts
10/20/2008 [-] Kedco begins life on London's AIM
10/20/2008 [-] French bank bosses quit over trading loss
10/20/2008 [-] Dutch government injects €10 billion into ING
10/20/2008 [-] China's Sept. inflation 4.6 pct, 15-month low
10/20/2008 [-] Taiwan bank buys subsidiary of Netherlands' ING
10/20/2008 [-] Oil rises to US73 Monday on expectation of OPEC cut
10/20/2008 [-] South Korean shares rise after government bank plan
10/20/2008 [-] Australian and New Zealand stock rises 4.3% Monday
10/20/2008 [-] German producer prices jump by 8.3 percent in September official
10/20/2008 [-] Exelon offers to buy NRG for 6.2 billion dollars
10/20/2008 [-] Joint U.S.-New York Inquiry into CDS trading report
10/20/2008 [-] Another Ohio businessman questions McCain tax hits
10/20/2008 [-] Blis cuts global marketing deal
10/20/2008 [-] Crisis threatens to burst Russia's property bubble
10/20/2008 [-] BP could appoint Morozov as CEO of Russian JV
10/20/2008 [-] China's growth rate hits a 5-year low
10/20/2008 [-] China's growth slows to 9%
10/20/2008 [-] Wishpot is social network built on shopping
10/20/2008 [-] The whole world in your handset cellphones to answer every situation
10/20/2008 [-] Quick ways to scan those business cards
10/20/2008 [-] Industry needs to get serious, says veteran tech entrepreneur Tim O'Reilly
10/20/2008 [-] No doubt about it, 3G is a letdown
10/20/2008 [-] Google learning lessons about lobbying that Microsoft has already mastered
10/20/2008 [-] ING seen up after Dutch government, Taiwan moves
10/20/2008 [-] Oil rises 2 as traders eye OPEC output cut
10/20/2008 [-] Asia stocks rally on global fight against crisis
10/20/2008 [-] Germany to approve bank package, China growth slows
10/20/2008 [-] Buzz on business Southern Hills business group meeting this week
10/20/2008 [-] Australian stocks rise 4.3 per cent
10/20/2008 [-] Nikkei rises nearly 4 per cent on earnings outlook
10/20/2008 [-] Ericsson profits and sales increase in third quarter
10/20/2008 [-] Shares soar more than 2 per cent in Seoul
10/20/2008 [-] Taiwan's Fubon Financial to acquire local ING insurance unit
10/20/2008 [-] Developing states to take part in finance crisis summit
10/20/2008 [-] M'sia to inject US1.4b into stock market, cut 2009 GDP target
10/20/2008 [-] World oil prices higher amid talks of OPEC production cuts
10/20/2008 [-] Stocks rise on hopes of financial crisis easing
10/20/2008 [-] 20. Analysts 1 million barrel OPEC cut not enough
10/20/2008 [-] SKorean shares rise after government bank plan
10/20/2008 [-] Taiwan bank buys subsidiary of Netherlands' ING
10/20/2008 [-] Bruised economy likely to limp into next year
10/20/2008 [-] Oil rises to US73 on expectation of OPEC cut
10/20/2008 [-] Malaysia to boost stock market amid economic fears
10/20/2008 [-] Growing Your Business McCain and Obama rescue plans will target small firms
10/20/2008 [-] McCain, Obama tilt ears toward small business
10/20/2008 [-] Treasury will guarantee, for first time, mutual fund investors' principal
10/20/2008 [-] Oil rises 2 as traders eye OPEC output cut
10/20/2008 [-] Japan stuck in economic stagnation BoJ chief
10/20/2008 [-] Sands scraps loan plan for Macau expansion report
10/20/2008 [-] Malaysia to inject 1.4 bln dlrs into stock market, cut '09 GDP target
10/20/2008 [-] FTSE to open 1.3 percent higher
10/20/2008 [-] India's Anil Ambani Group eyes AIG Asia unit report
10/20/2008 [-] Macquarie winds back mortgage business
10/20/2008 [-] Lawyer Businessman's cell death likely homicide
10/20/2008 [-] Live scores India looks to build unassailable lead
10/20/2008 [-] Kangaroos face big test
10/20/2008 [-] Broncos reined in for emergency meeting
10/20/2008 [-] Ferrari to analyse lack of Shanghai speed
10/20/2008 [-] Aussies face litmus test
10/20/2008 [-] Murray I'm no big beast yet
10/20/2008 [-] Phoenix rise from poor start
10/20/2008 [-] Gold jumps 2 percent as investors pick up bargains
10/20/2008 [-] Algeria to miss gold output target minister
10/20/2008 [-] Oil rises 2 as traders eye OPEC output cut
10/20/2008 [-] S.Africa's rand firms against the dollar
10/20/2008 [-] Oil rises to 73 on expectation of OPEC cut
10/20/2008 [-] Employers must know pregnancy, parental leave rules
10/20/2008 [-] Financing their folks
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10/20/2008 [-] From talk to texting
10/20/2008 [-] Green Policies in California Generated Jobs, Study Finds
10/20/2008 [-] Climate change leads to USD 300 bn business
10/20/2008 [-] Exelon offers to buy NRG for 6.2 billion in stock
10/20/2008 [-] Lawyer Businessman's cell death likely homicide
10/20/2008 [-] Energy company cancels planned webcast on natural gas drilling
10/20/2008 [-] Office workers, Ivanka Trump is thinking of you
10/20/2008 [-] All the celebrities you want, on your cellphone
10/20/2008 [-] Trading variance in U.S. election predictions raises questions
10/20/2008 [-] Jim Cramer retreats along with the Dow
10/20/2008 [-] Some papers in financial trouble are leaving theto cut costs
10/20/2008 [-] South Korea to guarantee domestic banks' foreign currency debts
10/20/2008 [-] South Korea unveils 130 bn rescue plan to boost markets
10/20/2008 [-] South Korea pours 130bn into currency hedging
10/20/2008 [-] Manuel to discuss policy priorities
10/20/2008 [-] President's investment council gives SA thumbs up
10/20/2008 [-] Prices to deteriorate further Auction Alliance
10/20/2008 [-] Financial stress hits home in worst way
10/20/2008 [-] Chinas Economic Growth Is Slowest in 5 Years
10/20/2008 [-] NZ sharemarket rises amid mixed offshore signals
10/20/2008 [-] SAG seeks federal mediator, holds off strike authorization vote
10/20/2008 [-] Southwest Florida Business Briefs Oct. 20, 2008
10/20/2008 [-] Honeywell income up 16.3% despite flat aerospace results
10/20/2008 [-] BURSA MALAYSIA Share Prices Lower In Early Trade, CI Below 900-level
10/20/2008 [-] City, business leaders head to Denver
10/20/2008 [-] India's Anil Ambani Group eyes AIG Asia unit report
10/20/2008 [-] Exelon offers to buy NRG for 6.2 billion in stock
10/20/2008 [-] KLCI slightly down, morning losses reduced
10/20/2008 [-] Australia's Qantas begins A380 service
10/20/2008 [-] GM, Chrysler aim to wrap up merger within two weeks
10/20/2008 [-] Resolved to keep on marketing, even in tight-fisted times
10/20/2008 [-] Online Moms take blogs seriously
10/20/2008 [-] Chinese economy growth rate slows
10/20/2008 [-] Pro-business Palin's mixed environmental credentials
10/20/2008 [-] Aids is not monkey business
10/20/2008 [-] Economy 'Already In Recession'
10/20/2008 [-] Steel and Tube share price falls
10/20/2008 [-] AAPT launches multi-million-dollar advertising campaign
10/20/2008 [-] Service sector still weak
10/20/2008 [-] Christchurch Airport confident
10/20/2008 [-] Financial whiz kid students hope for better days
10/20/2008 [-] NZ dollar lower at start of big week
10/20/2008 [-] Govt to hold small business summit
10/20/2008 [-] BEE businessman buys the home that housed PW Botha
10/20/2008 [-] Cameron meets small business chiefs
10/20/2008 [-] 11. Asian markets mixed in early trade
10/20/2008 [-] When investors sweat and tremble, eyes turn to the fear index
10/20/2008 [-] HSBC sponsors entire issue of New York magazine
10/20/2008 [-] Asian stocks rise but caution reigns
10/20/2008 [-] U.S. deficit rises, and consensus is to let it grow
10/20/2008 [-] Chinese GDP growth slows in 3rd quarter
10/20/2008 [-] Construction Bank profit growth slows to 13pc
10/20/2008 [-] The Unwilling SEO
10/20/2008 [-] Troubled French companies may delay tax payments minister
10/20/2008 [-] Companies up executive ante with cell phones, computers
10/20/2008 [-] Chesterfield plant slated to close gets new lease on life
10/20/2008 [-] Eyes Turn to the Fear Index
10/20/2008 [-] Deficit Rises, and Consensus Is to Let It Grow
10/20/2008 [-] Green group to call for Prada boycott over bright signboards
10/20/2008 [-] Bush Aide Parts Of U.S. In Recession
10/20/2008 [-] Storm cell
10/20/2008 [-] Broncos recalled for emergency meeting
10/20/2008 [-] Broncos call crisis meeting
10/20/2008 [-] World Cup 'big test'
10/20/2008 [-] Sharp fall for Steel & Tube after takeover ditched
10/20/2008 [-] Wine collectors eye cellars for liquidity
10/20/2008 [-] Can a President Tame the Business Cycle?
10/20/2008 [-] Share price decline limit extended
10/20/2008 [-] S. Korea joins global rescue effort
10/20/2008 [-] China's OKs rural land reform rules
10/20/2008 [-] Tycoons see billions of dollars disappear
10/20/2008 [-] Taiwan government to offer 40,000 jobs, report says
10/20/2008 [-] Fear and anger over ailing economy may cost Republicans big
10/20/2008 [-] Economy starting to show some cracking
10/20/2008 [-] Chinese cities rush to rescue stalled property market without Beijing's help
10/20/2008 [-] Wall Street woes have India's outsourcing on edge
10/20/2008 [-] Forum to be launched to help secure U.S. ventures
10/20/2008 [-] More open policies by Taiwan can retain, attract talent, expert says
10/20/2008 [-] Global slowdown threatens 2.5 million jobs in China
10/20/2008 [-] Philippine exporters brace for tougher times ahead
10/20/2008 [-] Chips down for Asia gaming sector
10/20/2008 [-] FBI financial crime agents needed
10/20/2008 [-] India's airline industry no longer ranking as high flyer
10/20/2008 [-] Emerging economy currency craze ends
10/20/2008 [-] Giant riding high amid global financial crisis
10/20/2008 [-] Rudd says Australia to ‘act early, hard on economy
10/20/2008 [-] Pakistan says IMF aid might be needed to help country
10/20/2008 [-] South Korea better prepared than in 1997 crisis
10/20/2008 [-] OPEC chief wants ‘substantial cut in output
10/20/2008 [-] Hugo Chavez wants oil price around US80
10/20/2008 [-] Switzerland mulls ways to curb bank bonuses
10/20/2008 [-] Singaporeans establish their own voice amid financial crisis
10/20/2008 [-] SEC head urges default swap transparency
10/20/2008 [-] The Biscuit Breaker Psychologist Works to Get Colleagues Out of Interrogation Business
10/20/2008 [-] China's Sept. inflation 4.6 pct, 15-month low
10/20/2008 [-] China pledges moves to boost slowing economy
10/20/2008 [-] GM eyes Chrysler cash, talks progressing sources
10/20/2008 [-] PRESS DIGEST British Business Press Oct 20
10/20/2008 [-] Pay gap between genders 'widening'
10/20/2008 [-] Home sellers urged to be 'realistic'
10/20/2008 [-] 'Confusion' over housing schemes
10/20/2008 [-] Brits snuggle up to cut energy bills
10/20/2008 [-] Fiji business poised for Pacific foray
10/20/2008 [-] Asian markets mixed as world govts strive to shore up faltering bank sector
10/20/2008 [-] Hamilton's boss not worried
10/20/2008 [-] All The Good cops penalty
10/20/2008 [-] When two tribes go to war World Cup set to erupt
10/20/2008 [-] Tokyo markets rise, buoyed by earnings reports
10/20/2008 [-] Singapore shares kick off week on positive note
10/20/2008 [-] Economy hits commercial builders hard
10/20/2008 [-] Yahoo to outline cost-cutting plans source
10/20/2008 [-] Small business shines in tough economy
10/20/2008 [-] Business Diary Oct 20 to Oct 31
10/20/2008 [-] Wales approach IRB
10/20/2008 [-] Rules of engagement
10/20/2008 [-] Aussies fate in India's hands
10/20/2008 [-] Dennis wants boring GP
10/20/2008 [-] Van Dyk hits 100 percent with perfect timing
10/20/2008 [-] Broncos star arrested
10/20/2008 [-] Twaddle takes time off
10/20/2008 [-] Junior Black Sticks team named for World Cup
10/20/2008 [-] Seve inspires Quiros win
10/20/2008 [-] O'Keefe stays a Swan
10/20/2008 [-] Hero Honda launches four models with eye on festive season
10/20/2008 [-] Toyota aims at youth market with Scion model in 2010
10/20/2008 [-] Business growth sustains fragile calm
10/20/2008 [-] As the housing market rights itself, average prices don't tell the whole story
10/20/2008 [-] Credit freeze, turmoil in financial markets brings mergers, acquisitions to a halt
10/20/2008 [-] Tokyo markets open well, buoyed by earnings reports
10/20/2008 [-] BofA's Lewis hopeful on financial bailout plan
10/20/2008 [-] In Argentina, inflation sparks scramble for coins
10/20/2008 [-] BofA's Lewis hopeful on financial bailout plan
10/20/2008 [-] Dutch government invests €10 billion in ING Groep
10/20/2008 [-] 8. Stock Watch
10/20/2008 [-] Swiss Re and CVC in £3bn joint bid for Churchill and Direct Line
10/20/2008 [-] Unions and shareholders lobby for guarantees over jobs and dividends in HBOS-Lloyds deal
10/20/2008 [-] France rallies around head of IMF as alleged office affair investigated
10/20/2008 [-] Efficient infrastructure spending essential Business Council
10/20/2008 [-] South Korea to guarantee bank's foreign currency debt
10/20/2008 [-] Caisse d'Epargne's top executives resign, reports say
10/20/2008 [-] Seoul approves package to stabilize financial sector
10/20/2008 [-] UAE to inject 19 bn into bank deposits
10/20/2008 [-] Photographer builds business around family life
10/20/2008 [-] Planning for the best, expecting the worst
10/20/2008 [-] Brasher Biofuel rules could chill future projects
10/20/2008 [-] South Island businesses succumb to global trends
10/20/2008 [-] Edinburgh is still open for business, says city's chief
10/20/2008 [-] Hamilton airport unveils 3.8 million annual profit
10/20/2008 [-] Paul Winton Who should inherit billion-dollar broadband prize?
10/20/2008 [-] Kiwi business getting slower at paying their debts
10/20/2008 [-] Confidence at record low as slump looms
10/20/2008 [-] Oil rallies above US71 a barrel
10/20/2008 [-] Europe and US wrestle for control of markets
10/20/2008 [-] Mortgage firm arranged secret anti-regulation campaign
10/19/2008 [-] Metropolis lifestyle in the offing
10/19/2008 [-] Suncity reaping the rewards of timely expansion
10/19/2008 [-] SunCity holding its own in facing challenges
10/19/2008 [-] Index futures expected to be choppy
10/19/2008 [-] CPO futures plunge to 27-month low on dipping crude oil and soybean prices
10/19/2008 [-] KLCI at its lowest since mid-July 2006
10/19/2008 [-] FIABCI aims for higher standards
10/19/2008 [-] Brisk sale of shop offices at PJCC
10/19/2008 [-] During financial “tsunami buying property a better bet
10/19/2008 [-] Bonus/Rights issues
10/19/2008 [-] Yellotext unveils yellow pages-like service
10/19/2008 [-] Analyst Slowdown in exports to US and EU may not affect Asean much
10/19/2008 [-] Cancelled capital repayment may work in IJM's favour
10/19/2008 [-] Branding helps firms survive
10/19/2008 [-] KPJ medical tourism on healthy footing
10/19/2008 [-] KPJ poised for more M&As
10/19/2008 [-] Recession risks
10/19/2008 [-] More concerted efforts, policies to fight crisis
10/19/2008 [-] Insurance companies brace for global crisis
10/19/2008 [-] White House aide says parts of US already in recession
10/19/2008 [-] Dutch government invests US13.4 in ING Groep
10/19/2008 [-] Treat struggling businesses with leniency, banks told
10/19/2008 [-] Karnataka Smoking ban hits business in eateries
10/19/2008 [-] Dutch government pumping 13.4B into banking giant ING
10/19/2008 [-] ECB says will do what it takes; S. Korea adds 130 billion
10/19/2008 [-] Madonna all business, some pleasure
10/19/2008 [-] Help celebrate the 29th Annual Small Business Week
10/19/2008 [-] Quest wins business excellence award
10/19/2008 [-] Venezuela to propose cut in oil production Chavez
10/19/2008 [-] Agri-food business show
10/19/2008 [-] Leon's comeback backed
10/19/2008 [-] Folau likey to be named Kangaroos' centre
10/19/2008 [-] Princess Coup ready for Cox Plate
10/19/2008 [-] Tess gets new jockey
10/19/2008 [-] Time Marshall
10/19/2008 [-] Dye to ride Keen commander
10/19/2008 [-] Beckham back in favour for England WC bid
10/19/2008 [-] Summary Box M&A slows on credit freeze
10/19/2008 [-] Mortgage firm ran stealth campaign
10/19/2008 [-] Freddie Mac's stealth campaign
10/19/2008 [-] US Mortgage firm arranged stealth campaign
10/19/2008 [-] Community leader found slain at Dallas business
10/19/2008 [-] Five test rookies named in training squad
10/19/2008 [-] Hansen Provincial form is no guarantee
10/19/2008 [-] Five rookies to try out
10/19/2008 [-] Packing a punch
10/19/2008 [-] Hall drifts to boxing career
10/19/2008 [-] F1 title race down to wire
10/19/2008 [-] Bangladesh in command
10/19/2008 [-] Grocery bill still high? Blame 'sticky' prices
10/19/2008 [-] Grocery bill still high? Blame osticky' prices
10/19/2008 [-] France calls for uniform global financial rules
10/19/2008 [-] Governments step up efforts to shore up faltering bank sector
10/19/2008 [-] Dutch govt props up fragile ING
10/19/2008 [-] Goldman Sachs tipping recession in Aust by Christmas
10/19/2008 [-] Fonterra may sell Sanlu stake
10/19/2008 [-] Summits to tackle finance crisis as South Korea shores up banks
10/19/2008 [-] Caisse d'Epargne chairman quits over US800m trading loss
10/19/2008 [-] 34th Philippine Business Conference and Expo at the historic landmark Manila Hotel
10/19/2008 [-] S. Korea to Guarantee Some Foreign Debt
10/19/2008 [-] Government to help cut repossessions
10/19/2008 [-] Dutch government strengthens ING's core capital
10/19/2008 [-] McCain Attacks on 'Joe' Are Attacks on Business
10/19/2008 [-] IFC ties up with Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi By Ted P. Torres
10/19/2008 [-] Landbank inks agreement with 2 rural banks By Iris C. Gonzales
10/19/2008 [-] NZ dollar opens around US61.50c ahead of big week
10/19/2008 [-] Caisse d'Epargne leaders quit over 800 million dollar losses source
10/19/2008 [-] Dutch government injects 13.4 billion dollars into ING
10/19/2008 [-] Government repossession help plan
10/19/2008 [-] Smoking ban hits business in eateries
10/19/2008 [-] Lenihan signals possible change to 1% levy
10/19/2008 [-] ECB's Trichet urges banks to resume lending
10/19/2008 [-] A prescient move by Europe to stanch crisis
10/19/2008 [-] ING Group gets €10 billion lifeline from Dutch government
10/19/2008 [-] Sony in Blu-ray push for Xmas
10/19/2008 [-] U.S. investors might eye Japanese banks Barron's
10/19/2008 [-] World summits to combat financial crisis
10/19/2008 [-] Test on knife edge as Vettori battles Al Hasan
10/19/2008 [-] Dodd seals Phoenix win
10/19/2008 [-] Venus claims Zurich title
10/19/2008 [-] Cayless sees puzzles for Kiwis selectors
10/19/2008 [-] Benji wants more patience
10/19/2008 [-] Hamilton wins in China but Massa still in it
10/19/2008 [-] Bamber proves class in GP2
10/19/2008 [-] Grocery bill still high? Blame 'sticky' prices
10/19/2008 [-] Grocery bill still high? Blame "sticky" prices
10/19/2008 [-] 2009 Ford F-150 wins Truck of Texas contest
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10/19/2008 [-] Local business delegation to seek buyers in China
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10/19/2008 [-] Global crisis won’t hurt Bangladesh Economists
10/19/2008 [-] 'SKorea to inject USD 30 bn to stabilise economy'
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10/19/2008 [-] Report NBC Universal plans 500 million in cuts
10/19/2008 [-] SKorea announces 100 bln dlr guarantees for banks
10/19/2008 [-] Earnings Washington Federal reports fourth-quarter loss
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10/18/2008 [-] IMF shaken by probe into chief's affair
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10/18/2008 [-] UN, US at odds over who should host financial crisis talks
10/18/2008 [-] Correa says Petrobras, Perenco accept oil deals
10/18/2008 [-] Chavez hopes oil prices stabilize around 80
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10/18/2008 [-] Amwal founder named top businesswoman
10/18/2008 [-] Rumors of GM, Chrysler talks keep Detroit on edge
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10/18/2008 [-] International Monetary Fund investigates its chief over relationship
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10/18/2008 [-] India's Tata chief warns West Bengal of flight of industry
10/18/2008 [-] Secretary general offers to host financial crisis talks at UN
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10/18/2008 [-] Business UNDP, EC allot more funds for Mindanao
10/18/2008 [-] Business China catching fast as top export market
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10/18/2008 [-] Business park staff will saddle up to deliver 500 per cent green travel boost
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10/18/2008 [-] Methodist Hospitals mark 5th anniversary of gamma technology
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10/18/2008 [-] Japan to give $4.5bln dollar loans to India rail project report
10/18/2008 [-] India's Tata chief warns West Bengal of flight of industry
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10/18/2008 [-] Japan to give 4.5bln dollar loans to India rail project report
10/18/2008 [-] Green Business Awards
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10/18/2008 [-] Tsvangirai says failed Zimbabwe cabinet talks 'a monologue'
10/18/2008 [-] Lehman facing 3 criminal probes, lawyer says
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10/18/2008 [-] PARTRIDGE CREEK HAS TAKEN OFF Clinton Twp. mall thrives in 1st year
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10/18/2008 [-] Dinki opposes further pension increases
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10/18/2008 [-] 2 European members of Ford board step down
10/18/2008 [-] SKorea to inject 30bln to stabilise economy report
10/18/2008 [-] Swiss socialist leader plans legal action against ex-UBS boss
10/18/2008 [-] 200,000 jobs to go as businesses hit wall
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10/18/2008 [-] 19. Hyundai recalls Elantra sedans
10/18/2008 [-] SKorea to inject $30bln to stabilise economy report
10/18/2008 [-] Foreign businesses in China forced to unionize
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10/18/2008 [-] Oregon resorts ride economy, then down
10/18/2008 [-] Bush Credit system must 'thaw'
10/18/2008 [-] India US Pharma Behind Ranbaxy Ban?
10/18/2008 [-] Libya to raise UniCredit stake to 5 pct
10/18/2008 [-] Global crisis could hurt Zambian copper
10/18/2008 [-] Enill Lower oil price will cut 2.7b subsidy -
10/18/2008 [-] Penal corporation wants help for HCU depositors -
10/18/2008 [-] The Box arrives in Singapore
10/18/2008 [-] Cable Manufacturing Business Inc.
10/18/2008 [-] BrainSell Technologies, LLC, a Leading Sage Software Business Partner, Acquires FMG Systems
10/18/2008 [-] Toronto's other festival gets down to business
10/18/2008 [-] Strapped Redstone tries to renegotiate 1.6-billion loan
10/18/2008 [-] Time for banks to take a deep breath, start lending again
10/18/2008 [-] High cost of flying forces jet-setters to trade down
10/18/2008 [-] Webster, Sisseton Business help coming
10/18/2008 [-] Cantabs to battle Wellington for provincial honours
10/18/2008 [-] Pakistan's central bank cuts cash ratio to inject liquidity
10/18/2008 [-] Belgium seeking to soften economic crisis shock
10/18/2008 [-] IMF investigates Strauss-Kahn over affair
10/18/2008 [-] Paper Cuts Writing Can Be a Dangerous Business
10/18/2008 [-] AIG may tap third US fund source
10/18/2008 [-] Warren Buffett leaves Treasuries to embrace equities
10/18/2008 [-] Zillow to trim expenses, cut jobs
10/18/2008 [-] The pros become gloomier


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