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January 11, 2012, Wednesday | International
US authorities are investigating allegations that an Indian government spy unit hacked into emails of an official US commission that monitors economic and security relations between the United States and China, including cyber-security issues.
September 28, 2011, Wednesday | Economy & Policy
Spain’s central government budget deficit narrowed in the eight months through August, bolstering the nation’s chances of meeting its deficit goal even as regional administrations fall behind their targets.
April 05, 2011, Tuesday | Finance
Credit rating agency Fitch downgraded Portugal on Friday saying the debt-laden country needed a bailout, while rival agency Standard & Poor’s cut the rating of another debt-stricken European nation Ireland after bank stress tests revealed ...
June 09, 2010, Wednesday | Finance
Citigroup Inc.’s Wu Sheng and Ji Yehong resigned as managing directors at the bank’s China team to join rivals, people with knowledge of the departures said.
March 25, 2010, Thursday | Finance
Portugal’s credit grade was cut by Fitch Ratings, underscoring growing concern that Europe’s weakest economies will struggle to meet their debt commitments as finances deteriorate.
October 22, 2005, Saturday | Beyond Business
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