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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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Energy After taking on Google, the European Competition Commissioner is also pursuing the state-backed Russian gas producer Gazprom for unfair business practices

Gazprom accused of unfair business practices

After taking on Google, the European Competition Commissioner is also pursuing the state-backed Russian gas producer Gazprom for unfair business practices

Energy China will announce its $46bn investment in a super highway and economic corridor to Pakistan, linking the two countries closer than ever before

China plans Silk Road to Pakistan

China will announce its $46bn investment in a super highway and economic corridor to Pakistan, linking the two countries closer than ever before

Energy Large reserves of natural resources are not always the boon they appear to be; they can bring corruption and contraction if a country’s wider economy does not benefit

The resource curse: why countries that have so much, often have so little

Large reserves of natural resources are not always the boon they appear to be; they can bring corruption and contraction if a country’s wider economy does not benefit

Energy Despite plunging global prices, US production of crude oil is set to increase greater than previously forecast

US surprises world by upping crude oil production

Despite plunging global prices, US production of crude oil is set to increase greater than previously forecast

Energy Nigeria plans to diversify its energy mix with assistance from Rosatom to construct nuclear power plants for $80bn

Russia to build Nigeria’s nuclear plants

Nigeria plans to diversify its energy mix with assistance from Rosatom to construct nuclear power plants for $80bn

Energy Market analyst offers a sobering reality check to investors ready to flood the Iranian marketplace

Spivack: Business exit strategy critical in post-nuclear deal Iran

Market analyst offers a sobering reality check to investors ready to flood the Iranian marketplace

Energy Three British discovery firms say they have found substantial deposits of oil around the Falkland Islands

Companies discover significant oil deposits around Falklands

Three British discovery firms say they have found substantial deposits of oil around the Falkland Islands

Energy The oil and gas industry is going through a period of uncertainty with oil prices falling about 50 percent, so could we be on the brink of a plethora of mega mergers?

Shell buys BG: The right kind of speculation?

The oil and gas industry is going through a period of uncertainty with oil prices falling about 50 percent, so could we be on the brink of a plethora of mega mergers?

Energy Market analyst says the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank could be among the most prominent emerging market banks to gain from an Iran nuclear deal

Spivack: Post-nuclear deal Iran poised to tap AIIB funding

Market analyst says the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank could be among the most prominent emerging market banks to gain from an Iran nuclear deal

Energy In its latest triumph to protect the environment, Costa Rica has been powered completely by hydropower for over 75 consecutive days

Costa Rica runs only on renewable energy

In its latest triumph to protect the environment, Costa Rica has been powered completely by hydropower for over 75 consecutive days

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Energy Queensland's new state government has cleared plans by two mining companies to expand a coal port for projects in the Galilee Basin

Queensland backs coal port expansion

Queensland’s new state government has cleared plans by two mining companies to expand a coal port for projects in the Galilee Basin

Energy Record-breaking attempt could show the way for a cleaner and more sustainable future of air travel

Solar plane embarks on round-the-world flight

Record-breaking attempt could show the way for a cleaner and more sustainable future of air travel

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