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Trudeau, Trump Share 'Disappointment' over GM Plant Closures

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and US President Donald Trump found common ground during a phone call Tuesday in which they discussed the announced closure of General Motors plants.

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Erdogan Warns Greece, Cyprus over 'Reckless' Oil, Gas Exploration

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday warned that "reckless" oil and gas exploration in the eastern Mediterranean was a danger for Cyprus and Greece, a day after two European energy giants bid for new licenses.

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U.S. Stocks Fall as Trump Speaks of More China Tariffs

Wall Street stocks fell early Tuesday following hawkish comments from President Donald Trump on the ongoing trade dispute with China ahead of a key Group of 20 summit.

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Jack Ma, China's Richest Man, is a Communist Party Member

Jack Ma, founder of Chinese tech giant Alibaba, is among the world's richest people but he has now emerged as a member of another club: China's 89-million-strong Communist Party.

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Most Asia Markets Up, Investors Cautious Ahead of Trump-Xi Talks

Asian markets mostly rose Tuesday but traders remain on edge after Donald Trump warned he will ramp up his trade war with China if he does not reach a deal with Xi Jinping at upcoming talks.

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European Stock Markets Jump at Open

European stock markets rallied at the start of trading on Monday after Britain sealed its Brexit deal with the European Union, awaiting approval by the UK parliament.

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Mitsubishi Motors Sacks Ghosn as Chairman

Mitsubishi Motors executives on Monday ousted Carlos Ghosn as chairman following his shock arrest for alleged financial misconduct, capping a stunning fall from grace for the tycoon credited with saving the scandal-hit Japanese firm. 

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Ghosn Faces Mitsubishi Sack as More Allegations Surface

Top executives from Mitsubishi Motors gather on Monday to sack Carlos Ghosn as chairman over alleged financial misconduct that the once-revered tycoon denies, as further allegations leaked out against him.

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GM to Close Canadian Factory, Putting 3000 Jobs at Risk

General Motors is expected to announce on Monday the closure of a factory in the Canadian city of Oshawa, putting almost 3,000 jobs at risk, Canadian channel CTV reported.

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A Wee Dram, S'il Vous Plait: France Enters World of Whisky-Making

In recent years, Japan stunned traditional whisky-makers Scotland, Ireland, and America by exploding onto the international market and winning over connoisseurs of the tipple long considered an exclusive dominion.

Now, entrepreneurs in France -- a country better known for its mastery of wine and cognac -- seem to have taken heart from Japan's success, with dozens throwing themselves into the once exclusive world of whisky.

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