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The US: Retail sales rebounded strongly

Retail sales in the US in January 2021 exceeded expectations, up 5.3% and it is expected to see many signs of improvement from now to the end of the year.

Retail sales in the US in January 2021 exceeded expectations, up 5.3% and it is expected to see many signs of improvement from now to the end of the year.

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The UK: Unemployment rate hit highest in over 4 years

Unemployment in the UK is currently at a high level when the blockade requirements to prevent the COVID-19 epidemic seriously affect the job market in this country.

Unemployment in the UK is currently at a high level when the blockade requirements to prevent the COVID-19 epidemic seriously affect the job market in this country.

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Japan faces a demographic disaster because young people are not married

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused the number of married couples in Japan to be less and less, as a result, the birth rate decreases while the population is rapidly aging.

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused the number of married couples in Japan to be less and less, as a result, the birth rate decreases while the population is rapidly aging.

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South Korea faces its worst unemployment crisis since 1997

The unemployment rate in South Korea soared to 5.7%.  In particular, the group of young people from 15 to 29 was most affected.

The unemployment rate in South Korea soared to 5.7%.  In particular, the group of young people from 15 to 29 was most affected.

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Which Aircraft class will be hottest in 2021?

Premium economy class will be the hottest aircraft seats in 2021. Let's find out why!

Premium economy class will be the hottest aircraft seats in 2021. Let's find out why!

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Singapore promotes new innovative projects

Investment in innovation is a policy implemented by the Singapore Government for many years.  Until now, despite difficulties due to the epidemic, this policy has been maintained and adjusted appropriately to support businesses to maintain global competitiveness.

Investment in innovation is a policy implemented by the Singapore Government for many years.  Until now, despite difficulties due to the epidemic, this policy has been maintained and adjusted appropriately to support businesses to maintain global competitiveness.

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Rich Young Korean love to play golf and buy luxury cars

Unable to travel due to the lengthy Covid-19, rich young Korean generations choose to spend money on luxury goods, luxury cars and luxurious pleasures to fill empty time.

Unable to travel due to the lengthy Covid-19, rich young Korean generations choose to spend money on luxury goods, luxury cars and luxurious pleasures to fill empty time.

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Could the Covid-19 pandemic help solve France's housing crisis?

To deal with the housing crisis, France is converting office buildings into residential areas.  According to many experts, this process will not be easy.

To deal with the housing crisis, France is converting office buildings into residential areas.  According to many experts, this process will not be easy.

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2 Nordic countries - Denmark and Sweden develop Covid-19 vaccine passport

Two Nordic countries announced plans to develop digital certificates for citizens who have been vaccinated with COVID-19, in the hope of supporting future travel.

Two Nordic countries announced plans to develop digital certificates for citizens who have been vaccinated with COVID-19, in the hope of supporting future travel.

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When will international travel resume?

The international tourism industry has been hit hard by COVID-19.  When will international tourism be able to resume and resume to what extent is the question that tourists are interested in.

The international tourism industry has been hit hard by COVID-19.  When will international tourism be able to resume and resume to what extent is the question that tourists are interested in.

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Air pollution kills 160,000 people & causes losses $85 billion

Air pollution killed 160,000 people and caused losses of 85 billion USD in 5 of the world's most populous cities.

Air pollution killed 160,000 people and caused losses of 85 billion USD in 5 of the world's most populous cities.

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Emirates works with UNICEF to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine

Under the UNICEF Humanitarian Airfreight Initiative, Emirates will prioritize shipping COVID-19 vaccine and related supplies.

Under the UNICEF Humanitarian Airfreight Initiative, Emirates will prioritize shipping COVID-19 vaccine and related supplies.

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Which strategies for Italian wine?

The Covid-19 pandemic is changing the way Italian wines are sold, and industry analysts said that the Italian wine industry is difficult to return to what it was if the disease situation is not controlled.

The Covid-19 pandemic is changing the way Italian wines are sold, and industry analysts said that the Italian wine industry is difficult to return to what it was if the disease situation is not controlled.

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Switzerland leads the e-commerce index

According to the report of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) published on February 17, Switzerland ranks 1st on the Business-to-Consumer E-Commerce Index (B2C) in 2020.

According to the report of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) published on February 17, Switzerland ranks 1st on the Business-to-Consumer E-Commerce Index (B2C) in 2020.

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Singapore launches Green Plan to 2030 to ensure a green Singapore for future generations

Singapore announces the Green Plan to 2030, setting out green targets for the next 10 years.

Singapore announces the Green Plan to 2030, setting out green targets for the next 10 years.

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4 Strange jobs that will be in demand in the next 10 years

Here are some predictions of strange jobs that will be in demand in the next 10 years, based on current people's trends and needs.

Here are some predictions of strange jobs that will be in demand in the next 10 years, based on current people's trends and needs.

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The New Youngest Self-made Billionaire in the World at the age of 25

The name Austin Russell may be unfamiliar to many people, but at the age of 25, this Califorina man became the new youngest self-made billionaire in the world thanks to Luminar Technologies.

The name Austin Russell may be unfamiliar to many people, but at the age of 25, this Califorina man became the new youngest self-made billionaire in the world thanks to Luminar Technologies.

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Famous TikTokers: Top 7 Most Famous TikTokers with highest earning in the world on Forbes rankings

The stars on the video social network TikTok have income of up to millions of dollars despite their very young age.  Here are 7 famous tiktokers who are said to have the biggest income.

The stars on the video social network TikTok have income of up to millions of dollars despite their very young age.  Here are 7 famous tiktokers who are said to have the biggest income.

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Amazon plan to become a carbon-free business by 2040

Most of the country's goods are transported by medium and heavy trucks, according to US federal data, accounting for more than 20% of the shipping industry's greenhouse gas emissions, even though they account for less than that 5% of the number of vehicles on the road.

Most of the country's goods are transported by medium and heavy trucks, according to US federal data, accounting for more than 20% of the shipping industry's greenhouse gas emissions, even though they account for less than that 5% of the number of vehicles on the road.

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European countries are introducing a vaccine passport

It is recently reported that The UK is considering issuing "vaccine passports" to British citizens in the context of many attractive tourist destinations in Europe preparing to lift travel restrictions, welcoming visitors as long as they have proven to be vaccinated against Covid-19. British officials are believed to be finalizing the certification system.

It is recently reported that The UK is considering issuing "vaccine passports" to British citizens in the context of many attractive tourist destinations in Europe preparing to lift travel restrictions, welcoming visitors as long as they have proven to be vaccinated against Covid-19. British officials are believed to be finalizing the certification system.

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The first green energy island in the world will be built in Denmark

Denmark has approved the plan to build the first green energy island in the world - a place for green energy production and storage to meet the energy consumption needs of 3 million European households.

Denmark has approved the plan to build the first green energy island in the world - a place for green energy production and storage to meet the energy consumption needs of 3 million European households.

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Digital medical passport is essential to make international travel easier

During and after the pandemic, the vaccine passport could be a tool to make international travel easier, opening up opportunities to revive the global tourism industry.

During and after the pandemic, the vaccine passport could be a tool to make international travel easier, opening up opportunities to revive the global tourism industry.

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Number of ebabies - Babies born from online couples increase rapidly

With the growing trend of online dating, researchers predict that the number of "ebabies" - babies born from online couples - will increase rapidly and could account for the majority of babies within the next 18 years, according to the NZ Herald.

With the growing trend of online dating, researchers predict that the number of "ebabies" - babies born from online couples - will increase rapidly and could account for the majority of babies within the next 18 years, according to the NZ Herald.

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Amazon has new CEO

After 15 years of working, Mr. Andy Jassy, ​​who will hold the upcoming CEO position of Amazon, has made great efforts to turn Amazon e-commerce platform into a "giant" in the field of cloud computing.

After 15 years of working, Mr. Andy Jassy, ​​who will hold the upcoming CEO position of Amazon, has made great efforts to turn Amazon e-commerce platform into a "giant" in the field of cloud computing.

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EC invests €4 billion for cancer fighting

The European Commission (EC) has announced plans to invest 4 billion euros ($4.7 billion) for projects aimed at preventing, treating and researching this terrible cancer disease.

The European Commission (EC) has announced plans to invest 4 billion euros ($4.7 billion) for projects aimed at preventing, treating and researching this terrible cancer disease.

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Artificial intelligence becomes a new weapon to kill pests

Artificial intelligence (AI) is making strides in the development of new drugs.  And now, the pesticide manufacturing industry also wants to 'transform' with this technology.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is making strides in the development of new drugs.  And now, the pesticide manufacturing industry also wants to 'transform' with this technology.

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77% of Global smartphone users shop online every month

Between the ages of 16-64, nearly 77% of users shop online every month.  By 2020, fashion and beauty products account for the largest share of global business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce revenue, reaching $665 billion.

Between the ages of 16-64, nearly 77% of users shop online every month.  By 2020, fashion and beauty products account for the largest share of global business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce revenue, reaching $665 billion.

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German city installs sleep pods for the homeless

To keep homeless people safe during winter, a group of six businessmen and engineers in Ulm city, Germany make assembled sleep pods.

To keep homeless people safe during winter, a group of six businessmen and engineers in Ulm city, Germany make assembled sleep pods.

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