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Rescue the Red Sea

With the intention of protecting the Red Sea's diverse marine life and preserving unique diving sites for future generations, Egyptian conservationists have launched a campaign to ban single-use plastics in the area last year.

With the intention of protecting the Red Sea's diverse marine life and preserving unique diving sites for future generations, Egyptian conservationists have launched a campaign to ban single-use plastics in the area last year.

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EU adopts a biodiversity strategy

On October 24, an News Agency reported that the European Union (EU) environmental ministers had adopted a biodiversity strategy to protect ecosystems.

On October 24, an News Agency reported that the European Union (EU) environmental ministers had adopted a biodiversity strategy to protect ecosystems.

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Bitcoin soared to $13,000 for the first time in over a year after PayPal allows crypto buying

The price of Bitcoin hits $13,000 for the first time since July 2019 following the announcement from PayPal to allow its customers to trade with crypto assets using its online wallets.

The price of Bitcoin hits $13,000 for the first time since July 2019 following the announcement from PayPal to allow its customers to trade with crypto assets using its online wallets.

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New impetus to restore the world economy is necessary

In a written message to the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank (WB), the Director General of the International Labor Organization (ILO) Guy Ryder warned of the extent of poverty, hunger and increased inequality caused by the Covid-19 pandemic crisis and argued that the world economy needs to find new impetus, or at least strengthen the current momentum for economic recovery.

In a written message to the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank (WB), the Director General of the International Labor Organization (ILO) Guy Ryder warned of the extent of poverty, hunger and increased inequality caused by the Covid-19 pandemic crisis and argued that the world economy needs to find new impetus, or at least strengthen the current momentum for economic recovery.

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Green bonds and green buildings for green values

While the Covid-19 situation is increasingly unpredictable in Europe, it is also when the post-pandemic policy-makers of the old continent become more determined to return to green values.

While the Covid-19 situation is increasingly unpredictable in Europe, it is also when the post-pandemic policy-makers of the old continent become more determined to return to green values.

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Investment house began to lose interest in gold

Gold price continued to go sideways although there are still many positive supporting factors that make investment house starts to lose interest in this precious metal, trade cautiously and wait for a new catalyst to make gold break out 1,900 USD / ounce.

Gold price continued to go sideways although there are still many positive supporting factors that make investment house starts to lose interest in this precious metal, trade cautiously and wait for a new catalyst to make gold break out 1,900 USD / ounce.

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First record of black hole swallowing a star equivalent to the Sun

Thanks to luck and acumen, astronomers have recorded the moment a giant black hole is swallowing a star at a distance of 215 million light years.

Thanks to luck and acumen, astronomers have recorded the moment a giant black hole is swallowing a star at a distance of 215 million light years.

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Private investors led the wave of outstanding price increases of Korean stocks

While amateurs are flocking to global stock markets amid a pandemic, the craze of private investors in Korean stocks is taking to another level.

While amateurs are flocking to global stock markets amid a pandemic, the craze of private investors in Korean stocks is taking to another level.

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Global M&A activities are surging after a period of immobility because of Covid-19

After a period of "immobilization" because of the Coronavirus-19 pandemic, companies are coming back and conducting mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals.

After a period of "immobilization" because of the Coronavirus-19 pandemic, companies are coming back and conducting mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals.

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E-euro is the arrow that hits many targets

Europe must be prepared to issue an e-euro to help its people access and use money quickly in the context of a rapid digital transformation.  Explaining this argument, the European Central Bank believes that the e-euro can solve many problems at the same time.

Europe must be prepared to issue an e-euro to help its people access and use money quickly in the context of a rapid digital transformation.  Explaining this argument, the European Central Bank believes that the e-euro can solve many problems at the same time.

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China is publicly testing cryptocurrencies, distributing $30 to every citizen for free

Starting October 9, any individual in Shenzhen city can apply for a cryptocurrency trial program through China' four major banks.

Starting October 9, any individual in Shenzhen city can apply for a cryptocurrency trial program through China' four major banks.

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Childbirth in Singapore during Covid-19 period receiving a subsidy of 3.000 SGD

Singaporean couples giving birth during the Covid-19 period will be provided with an additional amount under the new policy.

Singaporean couples giving birth during the Covid-19 period will be provided with an additional amount under the new policy.

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Coronavirus-19 opens a new trend for cybersecurity

Due to the global Coronavirus-19 pandemic, social distancing measures have been taken to prevent the spread of the pandemic, so many companies have taken measures to allow employees to work remotely.

As organizations have to move to work from home, they have shifted most of their business to digital, greatly increasing their risk of a cyberattack.

Due to the global Coronavirus-19 pandemic, social distancing measures have been taken to prevent the spread of the pandemic, so many companies have taken measures to allow employees to work remotely.

As organizations have to move to work from home, they have shifted most of their business to digital, greatly increasing their risk of a cyberattack.

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The global billionaires' assets rose to record despite the Coronavirus-19 epidemic

Despite the Coronavirus-19 epidemic, the total assets of global billionaires have risen to record levels, thanks to the strong return of giants in technology and health, CNBC reported on Oct 7.

Despite the Coronavirus-19 epidemic, the total assets of global billionaires have risen to record levels, thanks to the strong return of giants in technology and health, CNBC reported on Oct 7.

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The $11.5 billion merger could cause the global gold rush

A $11.5 billion merger between Norther Star Resources and Saracen Mineral Holdings has been expected since last year, when the two became co-owners of Super Pit, Australia's largest open-cast gold mine.

A $11.5 billion merger between Norther Star Resources and Saracen Mineral Holdings has been expected since last year, when the two became co-owners of Super Pit, Australia's largest open-cast gold mine.

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Red warning: Antarctic ozone hole has just reached 'largest ever' size

This hole currently covers an area of ​​23 million square kilometers, at the ‘largest’ and ‘deepest’ levels in recent years, covering most of Antarctica.

This hole currently covers an area of ​​23 million square kilometers, at the ‘largest’ and ‘deepest’ levels in recent years, covering most of Antarctica.

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Online harassment: Many young women give up on social media

Online harassment is causing teenagers to abandon social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, with 60% of respondents having been harassed.

Online harassment is causing teenagers to abandon social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, with 60% of respondents having been harassed.

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Goldman Sachs will spend $2.5 billion to occupy credit card business of General Motors

The Wall Street Journal reported on October 1 that the multinational investment bank Goldman Sachs Group Inc is buying the credit card business of General Motors Co (GM) for about $2.5 billion.

The Wall Street Journal reported on October 1 that the multinational investment bank Goldman Sachs Group Inc is buying the credit card business of General Motors Co (GM) for about $2.5 billion.

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China: Online commerce drives consumption growth

Online shopping trend has thrived and has spurred consumer activities, thereby increasing the resilience of the Chinese economy.

Online shopping trend has thrived and has spurred consumer activities, thereby increasing the resilience of the Chinese economy.

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Cloud kitchen - the future of the food industry after the Coronavirus-19 pandemic

More and more customers are choosing home delivery to avoid the risks of eating out, and the cloud kitchen fully fulfills these benefits.

More and more customers are choosing home delivery to avoid the risks of eating out, and the cloud kitchen fully fulfills these benefits.

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Japan: Positive signals from 'Go To Travel' travel subsidy program

Train stations in Tokyo and airports across Japan became more crowded on October 3, the first weekend since Japan introduced Tokyo to a domestic travel subsidy program with the name "Go To Travel" of the government of this country.

Train stations in Tokyo and airports across Japan became more crowded on October 3, the first weekend since Japan introduced Tokyo to a domestic travel subsidy program with the name "Go To Travel" of the government of this country.

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House prices suddenly soared in the middle of the epidemic

Monetary policy, fiscal stimulus and buyer preferences are the three main reasons for the sudden explosion of real estate prices.

Monetary policy, fiscal stimulus and buyer preferences are the three main reasons for the sudden explosion of real estate prices.

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Japan launches first flying taxi to serve residents and tourists

The flying taxi model SD-03 of SkyDrive company promises to contribute to reducing traffic congestion for Tokyo city in the future.

The flying taxi model SD-03 of SkyDrive company promises to contribute to reducing traffic congestion for Tokyo city in the future.

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Singapore Airlines turned its A380 superjumbo into a restaurant

Crushed by the Coronavirus-19, Singapore Airlines turned its A380 into a restaurant

Crushed by the Coronavirus-19, Singapore Airlines turned its A380 into a restaurant

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Trend of growing veges at home in Coronavirus-19 pandemic time

Nowadays we can see the trend of growing clean veges at home used in many different forms. People can grow veges in pots, grow veges in empty areas with soil.  Either pour the soil on the terrace or into the foam containers, ensuring the largest planting area.

Nowadays we can see the trend of growing clean veges at home used in many different forms. People can grow veges in pots, grow veges in empty areas with soil.  Either pour the soil on the terrace or into the foam containers, ensuring the largest planting area.

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Where is the best destination of the global investment shift?

Vietnam will welcome a wave of global investment shift after the Coronavirus-19 pandemic. Following destinations are India and Indonesia.

Vietnam will welcome a wave of global investment shift after the Coronavirus-19 pandemic. Following destinations are India and Indonesia.

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ASEAN welcomes global investment inflows

Facing the negative economic and social impacts of the Coronavirus-19 acute respiratory infections, countries have been diverting global investment capital and production facilities from China to members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

Facing the negative economic and social impacts of the Coronavirus-19 acute respiratory infections, countries have been diverting global investment capital and production facilities from China to members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

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Global investment of real estate decreased by 33%

Global investment of real estate fell 33% in the first half of this year as the Coronavirus-19 pandemic broke out, knocking out economies and disrupting transactions.

Global investment of real estate fell 33% in the first half of this year as the Coronavirus-19 pandemic broke out, knocking out economies and disrupting transactions.

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