Daily Archive: February 6, 2018

Feb
06

End-game looms for South Africa’s Zuma

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – Efforts by South Africa’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) to unseat President Jacob Zuma tilted towards the end game on Wednesday as the speaker of parliament said party leader Cyril Ramaphosa would outline Zuma’s fate imminently.

Feb
06

China tries to charm tech-savvy Taiwanese youth as political ties fray

SHANGHAI/TAIPEI (Reuters) – A start-up incubator on the outskirts of Shanghai is laying out sweeteners for budding entrepreneurs: Free office space, subsidized housing rent, tax breaks and in some cases, cash of up to 200,000 yuan ($31,211.47).

Feb
06

Daily briefing: Stocks rebound, EU eyes retaliation, world’s biggest rocket

US equities recover late to halt a three-day global rout

Feb
06

World Bank takes new approach to shine light on wealth of nations

Study shows some countries with GDP growth actually saw per capita wealth fall

Feb
06

Moscow and Riyadh gloss over differences to forge energy pact

Rapprochement between Russia and Saudi as they face up to threat from US shale boom

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