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Britain’s economy loses $74 billion due to Brexit

Britain's economy loses $74 billion due to Brexit

During the process of leaving the EU, the country’s economy shrank by 2.5-3%. In the case of Brexit without a deal, the country’s debt will rise to its highest in half a century. Due to the process of the UK’s exit from the European Union, the country’s economy shrank by 2.5-3% and lost £60 billion ($73.8 billion). This is stated ...

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China and Russia happy when U.S. gets bogged down in war – Trump

China and Russia happy when U.S. gets bogged down in war - Trump

Only Beijing and Moscow are disappointed with the withdrawal of American soldiers from Syria, as they like when Washington gets bogged down in a new war and does not spend money on its defense, the US president stressed. U.S. President Donald Trump said the U.S. should gradually complete its military operations abroad. He told reporters on October 7, commenting on ...

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TOP-NEWS learns about attempts from the U.S. to change the leadership of Naftogaz

TOP-NEWS learns about attempts from the U.S. to change the leadership of Naftogaz

TOP-NEWS  learns about attempts from the U.S. to change the leadership of Naftogaz Businessmen associated with Donald Trump and his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani were originally involved. Now, according to the Associated Press, the head of the U.S. Department of Energy Rick Perry took it A group of American businessmen associated with U.S. President Donald Trump and his personal lawyer ...

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U.S. comments on breakdown of talks with DPRK

The U.S. delegation will return to Sweden in two weeks to continue negotiations with the North Korean side. Representatives of the U.S. State Department spoke about the past talks with the representative of the DPRK, during which the North Korean delegation interrupted the meeting and left it. The diplomatic meeting, attended by North Korean Foreign Minister Kim Myung-Gil and Special ...

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Oil rigs in Syria are unfavorable for Damascus and Ankara

Oil rigs in Syria are unfavorable for Damascus and Ankara

According to many leaders, the war in Syria is over, but those who know the East know that this is far from the end. The legitimate president of the country, Bashar al-Assad, who is recognized by everyone in the world except his own people, is clearly dissatisfied with the current situation, namely the loss of 60% of all oil rigs. ...

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U.S. to impose duties on planes and agricultural products from the EU

U.S. to impose duties on planes and agricultural products from the EU

The U.S. authorities intend to impose duties on passenger planes and agricultural products from the European Union in light of the decision of the Arbitration of the World Trade Organization (WTO). This was reported on Wednesday by CNBC, citing the U.S. representative’s office at trade talks, Trend reported citing TASS. Duties on planes will be 10%, on a number of ...

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Russia reacts to Wagner’s “host” sanctions

Russia reacts to Wagner's "host" sanctions

Moscow is at a loss after new US anti-Russian sanctions, imposed allegedly because of interference in the US election. This is stated in the commentary of the Russian Foreign Ministry. The ministry stressed that the restrictions affected people, including “arbitrarily selected Russians,” foreign companies, air and sea vessels, which were included in one registry on some incomprehensible principle. At the ...

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Lavrov tells Pompeo about the futility of U.S. sanctions

Pompeo accused Russia of selling weapons to the Taliban

Attempts by the United States to pressure Russia through economic sanctions are futile. This statement was made by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov at a meeting with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, RIA Novosti reports. “The futility of attempts of sanctions and any other pressure on our country, ...

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Found a reason for the beginning of a trade war between the U.S. and the EU

Found a reason for the beginning of a trade war between the U.S. and the EU

The World Trade Organization (WTO) on September 30 will announce a decision on the dispute between the United States and the European Union, the consideration of which has been delayed for 15 years. If Washington wins the case, it could legally impose duties on European goods amounting to billions of dollars, CNBC writes. The U.S. is demanding compensation for what ...

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Sudan’s Prime Minister meets with head of UN World Food Programme.

Sudan's Prime Minister

Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamduk expressed the interest of the African State in strengthening its partnership with the World Food Programme. He announced this at the UN General Assembly in New York. Haiduk said he met with the head of the UN WFP, David Beasley, on the sidelines of the event. During the meeting, the interlocutors discussed future plans and ...

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