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*Italy would not need to boost revenues even if downturn worsened. BRUSSELS, Jan 21- Italian Economy Minister Giovanni Tria said on Monday that the International... [Read More]
*UK govt says will pursue alternative funding models. LONDON/ TOKYO, Jan 17- Japan's Hitachi Ltd put a $28 billion nuclear power project in Britain on... [Read More]
As the shutdown entered its 25th day on Tuesday, non-essential work at the Federal Aviation Administration was on hold, delaying the certification of new aircraft.... [Read More]
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