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Here's how Reliance can gain profit out of Jio's freebie offer

On being enquired about the messages put out in front of the outlets, a Reliance Jio staff clarified "We have placed messages because dozens of people are approaching us on daily basis demanding the SIM card and as a result one or two person has to be engaged in replying to the usual queries making it hard to focus on other works".

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Ireland to appeal tax ruling in Apple case

It should have paid zero. The Irish government, in exchange for substantial Apple investment and employment in Ireland, taxed that revenue at 0.005 percent through 2014. Or do they care? And don't forget regulations, such as the absurd green rules now imposed by the EPA, among others - those cost business $2 trillion a year.

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Fed's Fischer Suggests Rate Hikes on Track for This Year

The initial job numbers we saw this June and July were stronger than the initial gains leading up to the 2015 hike. She stressed that the Fed's rate decisions will depend on whether the freshest economic data continue to confirm its outlook.

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DAHLIA | Made In China Or Made In Canada: What Are You Wearing?

Chinese officials in Ottawa have said the two countries were having "positive consultations" and the issue could be "resolved properly through joint efforts". Chinese tourist travel to Canada rose 24 percent in the first six months of this year, helped by new direct flights to Montréal and Calgary. "Canada will have no influence on any matter unless there is a relationship so building that relationship is the objective of the trip", Kinsman explained.

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Traffic chaos as truck hits, collapses bridge on UK highway

The top of lorry was sheered and debris of the bridge scattered over the motorway. "30 seconds earlier and we could have been underneath it". "We were right in the line of fire and we could have been crushed". A spokesperson for the South East Coast Ambulance Service said paramedics were treating one patient and that the air ambulance were sent to the scene.

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US average 30-year mortgage rate rises to 3.46 percent

Gold fell to a two-month low on Wednesday afternoon in London after better-than-expected USA jobs data raised speculation that the Federal Reserve would move forward with interest-rate rises. Brexit bruises were also beginning to show. They fell 1.27 percent to 943.23 tonnes on Wednesday and were down 1.6 percent for the month. "Looking ahead, the service sector faces a challenging environment in which to grow and invest, with uncertainty about demand weighing on firms' minds", said the ...