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Last updated: 21 Jan, 2017  
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China GDP falls to 26-year low
IANS | 20 Jan, 2017
China's economy grew 6.7 per cent year on year in 2016, the slowest pace of growth in 26 years, but well within the government's target range, official data showed on Friday.
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Theresa May THMB UK will be a global leader on trade: PM
IANS | 20 Jan, 2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday told leaders at the World Economic Forum here that the UK will be a "world leader" on trade. 
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Cisco.9.Thmb.jpg Retailers missing $187 bn digital opportunity: Cisco
IANS | 20 Jan, 2017
Retailers remain in the early phases of digital transformation and are missing a $187 billion opportunity by not prioritising investments in employee productivity, global networking giant Cisco said on Thursday. 
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Trin.China.9.Thmb.jpg China's first freight train to UK reaches London
IANS | 19 Jan, 2017
The first freight train from China to the UK has rolled into London, more than two weeks after it left the Chinese port city of Yiwu, media reported. The train reached its destination on Wednesday, CNN Money reported. The journey covered nearly 8,000 miles. 
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Dollar.Investment.9.Thmb.jpg US economy continues modest expansion: Survey
IANS | 19 Jan, 2017
US economic activity continued to expand at a modest pace from late November through the end of last year, a new survey released by the Federal Reserve showed. 
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