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Though Wages in Japan Increase But It’s not Enough to Beat Inflation

Though Wages in Japan Increase But It’s not Enough to Beat Inflation

The average wage in Japan increased during the month of July at a rate that is the maximum since 1997. This growth has supported the consumers to deal with the increasing cost of living as prices and taxes increase as a result of the efforts of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe trying to fight the deflation. This rise is surely a boost for the third largest economy in the world.

Jack Ma Prepares for Second Alibaba IPO

Jack Ma Prepares for Second Alibaba IPO

Jack Ma the former school teacher at 49 surely knows the best time to opt for an initial public offering.

RBA Feels Currency Overrated: Keeps Record Low Benchmark Rate

RBA Feels Currency Overrated: Keeps Record Low Benchmark Rate

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) maintained a record low key interest rate to prop up growth and said that an overrated currency is resulting in a hindrance to the mining investment transactions of the economy.

After a board meeting Governor Glenn Stevens, in a statement said that overnight cash rate target was being kept at 2.5 percent.

U.S. Business Lobby Express Concerns Saying Antitrust Probes in China Unfair

U.S. Business Lobby Express Concerns Saying Antitrust Probes in China Unfair

An U. S business lobby said that there is a rising concern noted among the foreign companies in China as they feel that they are the new targets of antitrust laws brought in by the Chinese regulators. However this notion was defended by the Chinese antitrust agency.

First dengue fever outbreak in 70 years in Japan

First dengue fever outbreak in 70 years in Japan

Japan is engaging its first episode of dengue fever in just about 70 years, with no less than 22 individuals affirmed as being infected.

The health service said the cases were accepted to have been contracted by visitors to Tokyo's prominent Yoyogi Park.

A flare-up of dengue fever was last recorded in Japan in 1945.

Rise in skin cancer due to cheap holidays

Rise in skin cancer due to cheap holidays

Sun-admirers are still not getting the message about the dangers of tanning as new figures show doctor's facility confirmations for skin tumor have climbed by 41 per cent in five years.

Cardio and wine is a great combination

Cardio and wine is a great combination

At the European Society of Cardiology Congress, scientists from the Czech Republic displayed a first of its kind study in which they reasoned that wine has its most noteworthy cardiovascular profits for the individuals who exercise.

Surrogacy is a form of exploitation: Ekman

Surrogacy is a form of exploitation: Ekman

The late instance of infant Gammy has uncovered the complexities of the abroad business surrogacy exchange.

As a West Australian few stands blamed by their Thai surrogate for purportedly forsaking a twin kid conceived with Down disorder, one Swedish columnist has cautioned of the surrogacy exchange's potential for human trafficking and abuse.

Cuba Trims Down on Amount of Goods Which can be Carried by Travellers

Cuba Trims Down on Amount of Goods Which can be Carried by Travellers

Over the years the Cubans have brought in items that value to thousands of dollars from overseas by air and by ship but it's about to end now as the Cuban government is bracing to cut back on the amount by introducing new rules for travellers limiting the amount they can carry with them.

Barclays Will Sell Its Spanish Businesses To CaixaBank In a Deal of 800 Million Euros

Barclays Will Sell Its Spanish Businesses To CaixaBank In a Deal of 800 Million

On Sunday, Barclays plc the British lender said that in an effort to move away from its non-core and lower profit fetching businesses, it has decided to sell its Spanish retail and corporate banking operations to CaixaBank S. A. The deal will be for 800 million euros, or approximately 630 million pounds. CaixaBank is the third biggest lender in Spain.

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Though Wages in Japan Increase But It’s not Enough to Beat Inflation
Jack Ma Prepares for Second Alibaba IPO
RBA Feels Currency Overrated: Keeps Record Low Benchmark Rate
U.S. Business Lobby Express Concerns Saying Antitrust Probes in China Unfair
First dengue fever outbreak in 70 years in Japan
Rise in skin cancer due to cheap holidays
Cardio and wine is a great combination
Surrogacy is a form of exploitation: Ekman
Cuba Trims Down on Amount of Goods Which can be Carried by Travellers
Barclays Will Sell Its Spanish Businesses To CaixaBank In a Deal of 800 Million
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