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#DeleteNetflix Campaign Erupts in Brazil

#DeleteNetflix Campaign Erupts in Brazil

While the world rebels against Facebook, Netflix Inc. is stirring up controversy in Brazil.
Nafta Is Bigger Risk to Mexican Peso Than Election: Survey

Nafta Is Bigger Risk to Mexican Peso Than Election: Survey

Nafta renegotiations are the biggest threat to the Mexican peso this year, outweighing concern about the nation’s presidential election, according to a survey of more than 100 foreign exchange
Menendez Announces He’ll Seek Third Senate Term

Menendez Announces He’ll Seek Third Senate Term

Democratic U.S. Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey will kick off his re-election bid for a third term Wednesday, just two months after federal prosecutors dropped corruption charges against him.
Macron Said to Unveil Insurance-Friendly Business Bill in May

Macron Said to Unveil Insurance-Friendly Business Bill in May

President Emmanuel Macron is set to unveil legislation aimed at leveraging the more-than 200 billion euros ($248 billion) in French public funds to boost investments in small- and medium-sized
U.S. Weighs Use of Emergency Law to Curb Chinese Takeovers

U.S. Weighs Use of Emergency Law to Curb Chinese Takeovers

The Trump administration is considering a crackdown on Chinese investments in technologies the U.S. deems sensitive by invoking a law reserved for national emergencies, among other options, according
Surge in Rape Cases Puts Focus on Crime Ahead of Swedish Election

Surge in Rape Cases Puts Focus on Crime Ahead of Swedish Election

Crime has become one of the hot-button issues ahead of Sweden’s election in September.
China, U.S. Trade Barbs Over Who Is Threatening Trade System

China, U.S. Trade Barbs Over Who Is Threatening Trade System

The U.S. shot back at China’s assertion that Donald Trump was undermining the World Trade Organization with his decision to impose $50 billion worth of tariffs on Chinese products.
Kenyan Newspaper Columnists Resign, Alleging Curbs on Expression

Kenyan Newspaper Columnists Resign, Alleging Curbs on Expression

Eight columnists with East Africa’s biggest newspaper organization resigned, accusing Nation Media Group Plc management of failing to allow writers freedom of expression including to criticize the
Rajoy Unveils Budget in Shadow of Unrest in Catalonia

Rajoy Unveils Budget in Shadow of Unrest in Catalonia

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy unveiled a budget with reduced taxes for workers on lower incomes and raised payments for pensioners.
Glencore Is Said to Mull Buying Back Gupta-Linked Coal Mine

Glencore Is Said to Mull Buying Back Gupta-Linked Coal Mine

Glencore Plc is considering a bid for the Optimum coal operations in South Africa, which it sold in 2015 to a company part-owned by the politically connected Gupta family, according to two people
Whistle-Blower Says Brexit Vote Could Have Gone Other Way

Whistle-Blower Says Brexit Vote Could Have Gone Other Way

Whistle-blower Christopher Wylie told lawmakers that the Brexit referendum could have gone the other way if rules hadn’t been broken during the campaign.
Palestinians From Gaza Caught Inside Israel With Grenades

Palestinians From Gaza Caught Inside Israel With Grenades

Israeli forces arrested three armed Palestinians who breached a border fence from the Gaza Strip and were caught 20 kilometers (12 miles) away, near a military base, the army said.
Zambian Opposition’s Impeachment Motion Is Frivolous, Government Says

Zambian Opposition’s Impeachment Motion Is Frivolous, Government Says

The Zambian government said President Edgar Lungu hasn’t committed any offence that warrants the impeachment motion the opposition has brought to parliament.
Will Brexit Trigger an Exodus of Banks From London?

Will Brexit Trigger an Exodus of Banks From London?

London has flourished as a financial center for decades in part because global banks, from offices around the bustling City of London district, could sell their services freely around the European
There’s a Year Until Brexit. How Is the U.K. Doing?

There’s a Year Until Brexit. How Is the U.K. Doing?

Around the nation, businesses and industries are getting ready for a new reality.
Trump Policy in Focus Amid Trade Spat

Trump Policy in Focus Amid Trade Spat

Bloomberg’s Kevin Cirilli discusses the expulsion of Russian diplomats and the Trump administration's policies. He speaks with Tom Keene on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
Erdogan Gets a Windfall From Central Bank Rates That He Assailed

Erdogan Gets a Windfall From Central Bank Rates That He Assailed

The regulator doubled its profit to 18.4 billion liras ($4.6 billion) last year.
Putin’s Finger Is on the Trigger of Retaliation

Putin’s Finger Is on the Trigger of Retaliation

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One Venezuelan Actually Chose to Come Back Home

One Venezuelan Actually Chose to Come Back Home

Inflation’s crazy, crime’s horrible, but Caracas mostly just feels empty.
How California Taught China to Sell Electric Cars

How California Taught China to Sell Electric Cars

A liberal bastion and an authoritarian government agree on how to help bring about the future of cars, with help from the state.