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Profits of the Korean electronics giants soared

It is reported that the profit of South Korean electronics group Samsung reached 9,300 billion won ($8.3 billion), up 44.19% in the first quarter of the year, far exceeding market forecast of about 8,900 billion won (7.9 billion USD).

It is reported that the profit of South Korean electronics group Samsung reached 9,300 billion won ($8.3 billion), up 44.19% in the first quarter of the year, far exceeding market forecast of about 8,900 billion won (7.9 billion USD).

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Beijing is the city with the most billionaires in the world

According to the newly published list of Forbes magazine (USA) Beijing is now the city with the most billionaires in the world.

According to the newly published list of Forbes magazine (USA) Beijing is now the city with the most billionaires in the world.

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Which is the Greenest Country in the world?

Yale University of America has just announced the ranking of the greenest countries in the world in 2020 with research conducted for 180 countries.  Accordingly, the 10 countries with the best ecosystems are all in Europe, the leading position belongs to Denmark.

Yale University of America has just announced the ranking of the greenest countries in the world in 2020 with research conducted for 180 countries.  Accordingly, the 10 countries with the best ecosystems are all in Europe, the leading position belongs to Denmark.

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The volcano in Iceland awakens after 6,000 years

Recently, a long dormant volcano on Reykjanes peninsula in southwestern Iceland burst into life, attracting thousands of tourists.

Recently, a long dormant volcano on Reykjanes peninsula in southwestern Iceland burst into life, attracting thousands of tourists.

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Is Dubai still a paradise during the pandemic?

With a remote work visa, year-round sunshine, a 5-star lifestyle and low taxation, Dubai is considered to be the ideal destination for many expats in Covid-19 pandemic.

With a remote work visa, year-round sunshine, a 5-star lifestyle and low taxation, Dubai is considered to be the ideal destination for many expats in Covid-19 pandemic.

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The Thai baht has become the most devalued currency in Southeast Asia

The Thai baht became the most devalued among the most commonly traded currencies in Southeast Asia in the first quarter.

The Thai baht became the most devalued among the most commonly traded currencies in Southeast Asia in the first quarter.

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China: Warning of financial risks accumulated for many years

The Central Bank of China on April 1 warned of financial risks accumulated over the years in the country as well as shocks from external instability.

The Central Bank of China on April 1 warned of financial risks accumulated over the years in the country as well as shocks from external instability.

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The 1st country in the World tests a 4-day Workweek

Spain became the first country in the world to test a 4 days/week working regime.

Spain became the first country in the world to test a 4 days/week working regime.

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Korea is forecasted to become a super-old society by 2025

Korea is becoming a super old country, Korean young people do not want to have children. The notion of "not necessarily giving birth" in Korean young families makes Korea is forecasted to become a super-old society by 2025.

Korea is becoming a super old country, Korean young people do not want to have children. The notion of "not necessarily giving birth" in Korean young families makes Korea is forecasted to become a super-old society by 2025.

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CORALLINE ALGAE and Incredible things

Coralline Algae will be the type of seaweed that you will probably want to have their presence in your aquarium.  Looking at the name of the algae, many people will think that they have a relationship with the coral, but for sure, this type of seaweed is not a coral.

Coralline Algae will be the type of seaweed that you will probably want to have their presence in your aquarium.  Looking at the name of the algae, many people will think that they have a relationship with the coral, but for sure, this type of seaweed is not a coral.

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Influenced by Covid-19, Young Europeans lose their jobs the most

The Covid-19 crisis has had an unprecedented impact on the European Union (EU) economy, labor market and society, according to a report from the EU's labor market monitoring agency.

The Covid-19 crisis has had an unprecedented impact on the European Union (EU) economy, labor market and society, according to a report from the EU's labor market monitoring agency.

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10 million Australians were threatened by record flooding

Nearly half of Australia's 25 million people are placed under severe weather warnings, amid the worst floods in 50 years.

Nearly half of Australia's 25 million people are placed under severe weather warnings, amid the worst floods in 50 years.

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The US Super Rich earned $4,000 billion more in the past year

The richest 1% in the United States recorded an increase of $4 trillion in wealth, showing a clear asset differentiation among the American population classes.

The richest 1% in the United States recorded an increase of $4 trillion in wealth, showing a clear asset differentiation among the American population classes.

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Savings rates in many countries tend to increase

Savings rates in many countries tended to increase over the past year.  In the US, the personal savings rate sometimes reaches 33% of income.

Savings rates in many countries tended to increase over the past year.  In the US, the personal savings rate sometimes reaches 33% of income.

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The World increase reserves amid fluctuations in gold prices

In the context of fluctuating gold prices, central banks of some countries are about to start buying reserve gold.

In the context of fluctuating gold prices, central banks of some countries are about to start buying reserve gold.

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The world needs to invest $131,000 billion by 2050 to achieve climate goals

By 2050, 30% of electricity consumed will be for the production of "green hydrogen" along with derivative products

By 2050, 30% of electricity consumed will be for the production of "green hydrogen" along with derivative products

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The Japanese hoard more money because of Covid-19

Under the policy of spending cuts and less going out during the pandemic, Japanese households are hoarding more assets especially cash.

Under the policy of spending cuts and less going out during the pandemic, Japanese households are hoarding more assets especially cash.

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3,795 attacks aimed at Asian Americans

In less than a year since the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic in the United States, there have been 3,795 attacks of discrimination against Asian Americans.

In less than a year since the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic in the United States, there have been 3,795 attacks of discrimination against Asian Americans.

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Why are many people addicted to shopping?

A recent study shows that using credit cards to make payments stimulates the brain's "reward" system and can cause addiction to shopping.

A recent study shows that using credit cards to make payments stimulates the brain's "reward" system and can cause addiction to shopping.

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Icelandic people lose sleep because of tens of thousands of earthquakes for weeks

Icelandic people crave a restful sleep after weeks of having to live with insomnia caused by tremors from tens of thousands of earthquakes. Some earthquakes are as strong as 5.7.

Icelandic people crave a restful sleep after weeks of having to live with insomnia caused by tremors from tens of thousands of earthquakes. Some earthquakes are as strong as 5.7.

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Bitcoin ATMs are large coverage in the US

As of January 2021, there were 28,185 Bitcoin ATMs installed in the US, nearly 3 times the number of last year.

As of January 2021, there were 28,185 Bitcoin ATMs installed in the US, nearly 3 times the number of last year.

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Slovakia: 1,600 people die each year due to air pollution

As warned by Minister Budaj, many people in Slovakia are dying due to air pollution.  So the country will increase the cost of air pollution by several times as the fees have not changed for more than 22 years.

As warned by Minister Budaj, many people in Slovakia are dying due to air pollution.  So the country will increase the cost of air pollution by several times as the fees have not changed for more than 22 years.

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Will $3,000 billion Savings be a great incentive for global economy to recover?

Blockade policy makes consumers in many countries save an additional 2,900 billion USD, creating great potential for recovery after the recession.

Blockade policy makes consumers in many countries save an additional 2,900 billion USD, creating great potential for recovery after the recession.

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Canada: the Most Attractive destination for International workers

According to the results of a survey on a global scale, Canada has overtaken the US as the most desirable destination for international workers.

According to the results of a survey on a global scale, Canada has overtaken the US as the most desirable destination for international workers.

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Japan sponsors Asian countries to distribute COVID-19 vaccine

On March 9, Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that through the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), this country will provide 4.5 billion yen ($41 million) in non-refundable aid to 25 countries in Asia and the islands in the Pacific to support the building of distribution networks for COVID-19 vacine.

On March 9, Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that through the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), this country will provide 4.5 billion yen ($41 million) in non-refundable aid to 25 countries in Asia and the islands in the Pacific to support the building of distribution networks for COVID-19 vacine.

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Why does Singapore real estate attract Asian super-rich?

According to Knight Frank, the affordable price and good control of the Covid-19 pandemic makes Singapore a new investment destination for the Asian super-rich.

According to Knight Frank, the affordable price and good control of the Covid-19 pandemic makes Singapore a new investment destination for the Asian super-rich.

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The super-rich spend a large amount of money to escape from the pandemic

The super-rich "splashed money" in an unexpected way for resort services to escape from the pandemic.

The super-rich "splashed money" in an unexpected way for resort services to escape from the pandemic.

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The EU plans to provide a Green Pass vaccine certificate

European Commission (EC) President Ursula von der Leyen on March 1 said the European Union (EU) will provide a Green Pass vaccine certificate from this March in the context of the EU bloc is ready to enhance community immunity against COVID-19.

European Commission (EC) President Ursula von der Leyen on March 1 said the European Union (EU) will provide a Green Pass vaccine certificate from this March in the context of the EU bloc is ready to enhance community immunity against COVID-19.

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