Ratings agency Fitch cuts its outlook for the Indian economy to ‘negative’ saying the country’s growth faces “heightened risks”.
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Richemont chairman Johann Rupert to take 'grey gap... Billionaire 62-year-old to take 12 months off from Cartier and Montblanc luxury goods groupRichemont's chairman and founder Johann Rupert is to take a year off from September, leaving management of the...
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Despite decades of advances in safety procedures and heightened awareness, medical mistakes still happen everyday. They occur in many New York hospitals, clinics and doctor’s offices. Mistakes can happen during major surgery or routine checkups.
Amid revolutionary change in the Middle East, the forces of political Islam have scored one electoral victory after another. As the West grapples with the rapid rise of moderate Islamists in Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt, the issue of Hamas’ role in the Palestinian territories looms large.
The signing of a new unity deal between Hamas and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ secular Fatah party earlier this month has heightened an unprecedented struggle within Hamas over its future course as an Islamist movement. How the West responds could very well influence the outcome.
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Crowds in Tripoli and Benghazi begin impromptu celebrations amid heightened security and doubts about new rulers.
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- Canadians spend an average of 10 per cent of disposable income on food
- With heightened retail competition, consumers are likely to face somewhat lower food costs in 2012
- BMO study finds 86 per cent of consumers believe, despite recent price increases, it is important to purchase food products made in Canada
Kansai Electric Power Co. and other utilities will install filter-equipped venting systems for their pressurized light-water reactors to release vapor and prevent damage to containment vessels in the event of a crisis, according to sources.
The utilities had maintained that such venting systems were unnecessary for pressurized water reactors and are making the about-face amid heightened public fear brought on by the Fukushima crisis and the hard sell they face in gaining the OK to restart reactors idled for safety checks, the sources said Monday.
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