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Follow our live-blog for the latest updates from the World Economic Forum in Davos
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Cities were once filled with factory and clerical jobs that offered a path to the middle class. says those days are gone via
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Xi Jinping has reportedly told officials that the Communist Party needs greater efforts “to prevent and resolve major risks"
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Belgium pledges solidarity with Ireland amid Brexit chaos
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South Korea's foreign minister defends U.S. efforts to advance North Korea talks: “There’s no shifting—not a bit—about what the goal is. It’s complete denuclearization."
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Justin Trudeau's shine is fading when it comes to his ability to take on Donald Trump
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Changes to rules on key Turkish shipping routes create a bottleneck that could hit refineries
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Canada’s economy may soon endure something it hasn’t faced in 68 years: A recession without the U.S. in the same boat
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Finnish populists fail to challenge government over child abuses
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China’s top judge vows to strengthen rules barring those who defy court orders from making investments and holding certain jobs
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Bull market's trillion-dollar dividend ride comes back to earth
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Coinbase makes push in Asia with crypto institutional services
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Matt Damon and Gary White discuss the world's water crisis at Bloomberg Year Ahead event
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It turns out many people are happy to have their genome data shared among scientists via
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U.S. singer Chris Brown and two other people are in custody in Paris after a woman filed a rape complaint, French officials say
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Here's a rundown of your top economic news today
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The world's 26 richest people own as much as the poorest 50%, according to a study by Oxfam via
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The Fed and other major central banks are right to rethink their plans to tighten monetary policy in 2019 as global growth slows, according to Davos attendees
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In assessing its four years of negative interest rates, Sweden’s central bank finds that going below zero has had most impact on corporate lending rates
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Saudi Aramco's CEO Amin Nasser joins at to talk about oil - watch here:
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