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Construction of the Nicaragua Canal has begun and it could transform world trade. But it could also bring irreversible damage

What will the Nicaragua Canal mean for locals?

Construction of the Nicaragua Canal has begun and it could transform world trade. But it could also bring irreversible damage

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Business The investment arm of Tsinghua University is set to acquire a majority stake in HP’s Chinese server business as part of a deal worth $2.3bn

HP sells servers to China

The investment arm of Tsinghua University is set to acquire a majority stake in HP’s Chinese server business as part of a deal worth $2.3bn

Business Justice systems are at the heart of any democracy – but usually tend to be expensive and not always efficient

Does incarceration pay?

Justice systems are at the heart of any democracy – but usually tend to be expensive and not always efficient

Business Safety concerns tied to faulty airbag inflators have forced Toyota and Nissan to pull millions more cars from the roads

Japanese automakers recall 6.5 million cars over faulty airbags

Safety concerns tied to faulty airbag inflators have forced Toyota and Nissan to pull millions more cars from the roads

Business Cuba and North Korea have had close ties for decades. Will the softening relationship with the US and Cuba change things?

NK/Cuba, last men standing as red tide breaks?

Cuba and North Korea have had close ties for decades. Will the softening relationship with the US and Cuba change things?

Business Technology insider says Alibaba and Yahoo Japan only offer a temporary solution to the company’s long-term revenue dilemma

Carlson: Alibaba fails to offer Yahoo cover from struggling core business

Technology insider says Alibaba and Yahoo Japan only offer a temporary solution to the company’s long-term revenue dilemma

Business Anti-corruption is a major enterprise in India. In 2009 a huge anti-corruption movement was spearheaded across the county, which saw the start of a type of public ombudsman committee

Corruption: name and shame is the name of the game

Anti-corruption is a major enterprise in India. In 2009 a huge anti-corruption movement was spearheaded across the county, which saw the start of a type of public ombudsman committee

Business Technology insider says Yahoo’s executive could eventually be replaced

Has Marissa Mayer run out of time?

Technology insider says Yahoo’s executive could eventually be replaced

Business In their efforts to balance inflation, governments are overestimating monetary policy’s power against global deflation

The deflation/inflation balancing act

In their efforts to balance inflation, governments are overestimating monetary policy’s power against global deflation

Business The massive project to widen the Panama Canal is long overdue. When complete, it will have a dramatic effect on global trade

Panama Canal expansion to enhance global trade

The massive project to widen the Panama Canal is long overdue. When complete, it will have a dramatic effect on global trade

Business Growing economies are built on small companies with big goals. National administrations must do what they can to create healthy trading environments

Fanning the flame: How governments must encourage small enterprises

Growing economies are built on small companies with big goals. National administrations must do what they can to create healthy trading environments

Business The Federal Reserve has decided to maintain low interest rates due to “transitory factors” slowing economic growth in the first quarter of 2015

Fed refuses interest rate hike after sluggish US growth

The Federal Reserve has decided to maintain low interest rates due to “transitory factors” slowing economic growth in the first quarter of 2015

Business Nintendo is falling behind its closest competitors in the video game industry, but a change in focus could revive its fortunes

Can Nintendo get its mojo back?

Nintendo is falling behind its closest competitors in the video game industry, but a change in focus could revive its fortunes

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