Japan approves energy plan reinstating nuclear power

(Reuters) – Japan’s Cabinet on Friday approved a new energy policy, reversing the previous government’s plans to gradually mothball nuclear power plants

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Russia China set to clinch a LNG deal that will shock the EU/Western countries

Several weeks ago we reported that in response to ongoing alienation of Russia by the west Putin was aggressively setting

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FOMC doubles the cash reserve requirements for 8 largest u.s banks: “This rule is an important step… it will go a long way toward helping us weather financial storms in the years to come.”

When we first read this article today by the WSJ we thought: hey that’s great. Until we read one of the

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U.S tax payers supplying Syrian rebels with high tech weapons

I can’t help but wonder if the American people ever get tired of all the money their elected officials give

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Walmart to add 50 outlets to India: When you do the math, it only makes sense.

This is quite simply a business decision, its not a conspiracy. Surprise: People are in business for the profits.  Would you

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Foreign workers in, Canadians out: McDonald’s says

McDonald’s is under federal investigation over possible abuses of the Temporary Foreign Worker program at a franchise outlet in B.C. “The

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Minimum wage of serving staff in U.S: $2.13/hr

It may be a difficult concept for you to get your head around, perhaps the image below will give you

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A few updates from Detroit: Arson, bankruptcy, mob beatings and guns

Taking Back The City: Arsonists Will Be Aggressively Prosecuted In Detroit DETROIT (WWJ) – Arson investigators in Detroit are issuing a strict

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Implats may buy platinum on open market to meet demand

Platinum producer Impala Platinum is considering buying platinum on the open market in order to meet customer deliveries amidst the

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Goldman Sachs to extend Argentina billion-dollar credit at %6.5

The always benevolent international bankers: Borrowing at almost zero percent in the U.S and lending it to a struggling country

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