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Manchester United may move share sale to US reports say

Manchester United football club is considering moving its planned stock market flotation to the US from Singapore, reports have said. The New York Times, the Financial Times and Reuters were among news agencies citing unnamed sources. United was previously planning

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‘Zanjeer’ remake, First Look!

South actor Ram Charan Teja is all set to step into Amitabh Bachchan’s shoes, as the angry young man Inspector Vijay, on in the ‘Zanjeer’ remake. Here is the first look of the actor. The film is directed by Apoorva

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OPEC leaves oil output ceiling unchanged

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) decides to leave its oil out ceiling unchanged by calling on the member countries to adhere to the production of 30 million barrels per day. The Organization vowed to eliminate overproduction as

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Kazakhstan willing to invest in various spheres in Afghanistan

Kazakhstan and Afghanistan signed an agreement where Astana pledged to cooperate with Kabul in various sectors including investment sectors. Foreign Minister Zalmai Rassould told reporters that Kazakhstan is keen to invest in different areas particularly in Afghanistan’s untapped mining sector.

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Japan's rising machinery orders boost the economy

Japan’s core machinery orders, a key indicator of capital expenditure, rose more than forecast in April in a positive sign for the economy. Orders rose 5.7% from a month earlier. Most analysts had projected a 1.5% growth. The figures come

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Japan’s rising machinery orders boost the economy

Japan’s core machinery orders, a key indicator of capital expenditure, rose more than forecast in April in a positive sign for the economy. Orders rose 5.7% from a month earlier. Most analysts had projected a 1.5% growth. The figures come

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World Bank: Developing nations face weak growth

Developing nations should brace themselves for weak growth and “tougher times”, the World Bank has warned. It said that there may be “a long period of volatility in the global economy” as the eurozone debt crisis escalates. The bank forecast

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India-US-Afghanistan trilateral consultation

India and US agreed to a formal trilateral consultations with Afghanistan on June 14, 2012. “Today we agreed to move forward with a formal trilateral consultation among our three nations (India, US and Afghanistan,)” Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told

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