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Turkey inflation surges to 15-year high in August

Inflation in Turkey rose again in August to nearly 18 percent, official statistics showed on Monday, a record since late 2003 and coming after the Turkish lira dramatically weakened against the US dollar last month. Consumer prices rose 17.9 percent in August from the same month in the previous year, …

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Enterprise Singapore identifies new opportunities in Africa’s digital, manufacturing sectors

Enterprise Singapore, an agency that champions the Asia country’s enterprise development, says it has identified viable opportunities in Africa’s digital economy and manufacturing sector for Singaporean companies to tap into. “Africa’s rapid growth and thriving digital economy offers rich opportunities for Singapore companies seeking higher growth and market diversification. We …

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Here’s How Much the World’s Biggest Celebrities Make via Instagram

At $1 million per post, Kylie Jenner has the most lucrative account on Instagram, according to HopperHQ‘s 2018 Instagram Rich List. And in an unexpected twist, football icon Cristiano Ronaldo generates more Instagram value than Kim Kardashian and Beyoncé.  HopperHQ is an Instagram planning and scheduling tool that analyzes internal and publicly available data to …

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Roberta Annan Earns B20 Trade & Investment Taskforce Appointment

Globally renowned voice for SMEs in Africa, development consultant and philanthropist, Roberta Annan has been appointed a member of the prestigious Business 20, (B20) the private sector´s voice of the G20 community. Roberta Annan who is the Founder and CEO of Roberta Annan Consulting LLC (RAC) and Managing Partner of …

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Apple’s iPhones slowed to tackle ageing batteries

Apple has confirmed the suspicions of many iPhone owners by revealing it does deliberately slow down some models of the iPhone as they age. Many customers have long suspected that Apple slows down older iPhones to encourage people to upgrade. The company has now said it does slow down some …

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Uber is officially a cab firm, says European court

Uber is officially a transport company and not a digital service, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled. The ride-hailing firm argued it was an information society service – helping people to make contact with each other electronically – and not a cab firm. The case arose after Uber …

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Bitcoin trading starts on the huge CME exchange

Bitcoin has moved another step towards mainstream investing with the start of trading on the huge Chicago Mercantile Exchange financial futures market. It comes as the value of the digital currency approached $20,000 on Sunday, before drifting below $19,000. Last week, Chicago’s CBOE exchange began Bitcoin futures trading – bets on …

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