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China in economic growth boost

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China's government announces stimulus measures, including spending on railway construction, after a string of disappointing economic data leads to fears of a slowdown.
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Who Benefits from a Higher Minimum Wage? - Real Time Economics - WSJ

Who Benefits from a Higher Minimum Wage? - Real Time Economics - WSJ | Ms. Husain's Business & Economics | Scoop.it
President Barack Obama signed an executive order Wednesday to lift the minimum wage applied to new federal contracts to $10.10 per hour.
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Minimizing risk when starting a small business

Minimizing risk when starting a small business | Ms. Husain's Business & Economics | Scoop.it
Do you have a favorite sort of business that you like for the new entrepreneur? My biggest fear is taking a risk and failing. Is there a type of business that can assure me success?
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Inflation expected to fall below Bank of England's 2% target - live

Inflation expected to fall below Bank of England's 2% target - live | Ms. Husain's Business & Economics | Scoop.it
UK inflation is expected to have fallen below the Bank of England’s 2% target for the first time in more than 4 years.
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A rare meat success in Africa

A rare meat success in Africa | Ms. Husain's Business & Economics | Scoop.it
From beef to chicken to yogurt drinks THE patrons of Manda Hill, a shopping centre in a posh part of Lusaka, Zambia’s capital, like their beef and chicken extra...
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Germany approves first minimum wage

Germany approves first minimum wage | Ms. Husain's Business & Economics | Scoop.it
German Chancellor Angela Merkel approves the country's first minimum wage, at 8.50 euros an hour, to start in 2015.
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Japan's Consumers Still Cautious - Real Time Economics - WSJ

Japan's Consumers Still Cautious - Real Time Economics - WSJ | Ms. Husain's Business & Economics | Scoop.it
The latest data from Japan paints an unclear picture of whether consumer spending will be robust enough to bolster growth over the longer term.
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China's brisk boom derails

China's brisk boom derails | Ms. Husain's Business & Economics | Scoop.it
– The reaction was slow in coming, but financial markets and corporate bosses have been jolted awake to China’s relentless growth decline and are scrambling to cope with
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Who first called it a 'fiscal cliff'?

Who first called it a 'fiscal cliff'? | Ms. Husain's Business & Economics | Scoop.it
The phrase is now part of the American lexicon, to describe a so-called economic catastrophe looming when tax cuts expire and spending cuts kick in. But where did the term come from and is it a good metaphor?
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