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Public-sector demand key to Singapore's construction sector, Singapore News & Top Stories
Construction demand in 2018 is expected to exceed that of last year, but companies think it is too early to celebrate.. Read more at
The Straits Times Published: 12/01/18
Government indecision leaves £1.3bn Swansea tidal lagoon project in limbo
Fresh offer of ‘substantial investment’ from Welsh first minister raises hope for clean energy plan getting a green light from Westminster
The Guardian Published: 12/01/18
Panique sur le bitcoin : la Corée du Sud pense à interdire l’échange de cryptomonnaies
L’annonce de Séoul a fait baisser de près de 12 % le cours de la devise virtuelle.
Le Monde Published: 12/01/18
Arrancan las Lebac a 7 días, exclusivas para bancos
Arrancan las Lebac a 7 días, exclusivas para bancos | El BCRA se las ofrecerá desde hoy; busca crear una nueva tasa de referencia.
La Nación - Argentina Published: 12/01/18
Fernando Pinto: “Foram 15 anos de sobrevivência” até à privatização da TAP
Na hora da despedida, Fernando Pinto lembra os 15 anos de sobrevivência da TAP até à privatização, anunciado em 2000, mas só concretizada em 201...
Observador Published: 12/01/18
En 2018, certains tarifs bancaires ont «littéralement flambé»
Dans une enquête dévoilée ce jeudi, l'UFC-Que Choisir annonce une augmentation des tarifs de 2,2% par rapport à 2017, avec des écarts..
Le Figaro Published: 12/01/18
Bitcoin drops $2,000 in value as South Korea announces planned trading ban
News follows nation’s clampdown on cryptocurrencies as exchanges are raided over alleged tax evasion and fears of gambling addiction
The Guardian Published: 12/01/18
Alitalia, spunta Air France in cordata con easyJet e Delta
Notizie di economia in tempo reale, dall'talia e dall'estero, con approfondimenti, articoli e analisi economiche e dossier. Economia in News del
Corriere della Sera Published: 12/01/18
Intel says patches can cause reboot problems in old chips, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories
SAN FRANCISCO (REUTERS) - Intel Corp on Thursday (Jan 11) said that recently-issued patches for flaws in its chips could cause computers using its older Broadwell and Haswell processors to reboot more often than normal and that Intel may need to issue updates to fix the buggy patches.. Read more at
The Straits Times Published: 12/01/18

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