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September 23, 2020
Leaders of the world's two largest economies laid out their competing visions as relations have plunged to their worst level in decades against the backdrop of COVID-19 pandemic

Associated Press
May 12, 2020
Since January, he said, \"WHO has been working with thousands of researchers all over the world to accelerate and track vaccine development from developing animal models to clinical trial designs and everything in between.\"

Associated Press
April 1, 2020
Guterres called for a much stronger and more effective global response to coronavirus pandemic and to social and economic devastation that COVID-19 is causing

September 12, 2019
More than 20% of its senior roles will be affected as the maker of Lucky Strike and Dunhill cigarettes eliminate duplicate roles and consolidate business units

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December 2, 2018

Goutam Das
New Delhi, June 1, 2017
As automation spreads, millions of jobs could be on the block. What's the way out?

New Delhi, March 28, 2017
A little-known cotton seed company has taken on Monsanto, with the aid of a group that helped propel Prime Minister Narendra Modi to power. The dispute threatens to upend the world's largest cotton-producing market.

Naveen Mathur
September 8, 2016
In the past fortnight, equities across the globe traded mostly higher as rising prospects of easy monetary policy across the globe boosted gains.

Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen
Singapore, October 26, 2015
Record hiring in solar, wind and hydro sectors is partly offsetting the biggest round of job losses in the oil and gas sector in almost two decades.

Naveen Mathur
June 15, 2015
On a fortnightly basis, global equity markets traded mixed owing to a major sell-off in US and European bonds which alarmed the investors and made them reassess their exposure in emerging markets.

Paul Wiseman
Washington, July 5, 2014
Europe is floundering. China faces slower growth. Japan is struggling to sustain tentative gains. Yet the U.S. job market is humming, and the pace of economic growth is steadily rising.

Associated Press
Athens, March 10, 2012
Greece's private creditors agree to take cents on the euro paving the way for the second bailout for the country.

Rio De Janeiro, November 8, 2011
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff in her weekly radio show also said the current crisis cannot be tackled by reducing workers' rights.