Economy

Rust-belt China looks abroad as economy slows, tariffs bite

YINGKOU, China — From Thailand to Kenya, trains run on tracks from steel mills in China’s northeast, a rust-belt region that is trying to capitalize on a multibillion-dollar national initiative…

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Fed Chief Wedged Between a Slowing Economy and an Angry President | The Star

Jerome Powell is entering the most perilous stage yet of his tenure as Federal Reserve chairman, fighting to keep the U.S. from recession while taking the blame from President Trump…

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Last week’s gloom and doom has not seized Canadian economy yet: Don Pittis | CBC News

A glance at the business headlines over the past week might have left you thinking the world was on a fast track to economic Armageddon. Markets crashed. There were renewed warnings about…

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OPINION | Is the North American economy heading for a recession? | CBC News

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, one of the main stock indexes in the U.S., experienced its worst day of the year on Monday dropping by 760 points or 2.9 per cent.  After such…

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Fitting the workforce for a green economy | CBC Radio

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May is making her pitch to struggling oil, gas and coal workers who fear what an environmental-focused government could mean for them. May unveiled her plan…

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Pre-dawn food run then rush home: Kashmir under curfew | The Star

SRINAGAR, India – Navigating through narrow, winding streets, Reyaz Ahmed embarks upon a daily drill under an indefinite 24-hour curfew in Indian-controlled Kashmir. The 35-year-old trader gets up around 5…

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India to bring in food supplies to Kashmir as curfew remains | The Star

NEW DELHI – Authorities enforcing a strict curfew in Indian-administered Kashmir will bring in trucks of essential supplies for an Islamic festival next week, as the divided Himalayan region remained…

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Experts alarmed after deer meat from diseased herd allowed into food system | National Post

MONTREAL — The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is exposing the public to unnecessary risk by allowing deer and elk meat from farms affected by a contagious disease to end up…

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Canadian Food Truck Festival dishing out donations for SickKids Hospital | CBC News

The Canadian Food Truck Festival is making its second stop of the summer at Toronto’s Woodbine Park, with more than 40 vendors in tow slinging burgers, beaver tails and tacos…

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Indian desserts meet gelato at this Toronto food truck | CBC News

For a few years now, we’ve been experiencing an ice cream renaissance in the GTA. It is typical that with each summer, you’ll see a new gelateria or cube-sized ice…

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Beyoncé’s 22-day, 100 per cent plant-based diet ’embraces food myths’ and promotes crash dieting, critics say | National Post

It’s not as restrictive as the maple syrup fast that famously helped her shed nine kilograms in two weeks for her role in 2006’s Dreamgirls. However, Beyoncé’s new 22-day, 100…

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ICE arrests 680 undocumented workers at Mississippi food processing plants | CBC News

ICE arrests 680 undocumented workers at Mississippi food processing plants U.S. immigration authorities arrested nearly 700 people at seven agricultural processing plants across Mississippi on Wednesday in what federal officials…

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India to bring in food supplies to Kashmir as curfew stays | CBC News

Authorities enforcing a strict curfew in Indian-administered Kashmir will bring in trucks of essential supplies for an Islamic festival next week, as the divided Himalayan region remained in a lockdown…

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‘We believe dogs are family members:’ Local taproom calls for change to food safety regulations – Halifax | Globalnews.ca

The Brightwood Brewery taproom in downtown Dartmouth considered itself to be pet friendly, welcoming dogs inside, up until mid July. According to co-owner Ian Lawson it was something that happened…

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AP Explains: How a ‘currency war’ could weaken US economy | National Post

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s trade conflict with China escalated this week when Beijing let its currency fall to its lowest level against the dollar in 11 years and suspended…

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Got food? These orphaned bear cubs are hungry | CBC News

Twenty hungry bear cubs at a northern wildlife shelter need sustenance to get through the summer — and a group of volunteers that includes gardeners, truckers, and apple pickers is stepping up to…

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Canadian wage growth hits fastest pace since 2009, but economy sheds jobs | CP24.com

OTTAWA — Wage growth accelerated last month to its fastest clip in more than decade, according to numbers released Friday from Statistics Canada. The 4.5 per cent burst came in…

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Large poutine food truck stolen from owner | CBC News

A 23-foot-long poutine food truck was stolen Tuesday from in front of its owner’s home in downtown Kamloops. The silver truck has a deep fryer vat sticking out of the roof,…

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Push to unionize Foodora could be ‘watershed moment’ for Canadian gig economy: employment lawyer | Globalnews.ca

A union certification vote is underway for Foodora couriers in Toronto to decide whether they’d like to join the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), and with similar pushes in…

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How eliminating food waste can help the fight against climate change | CBC News

There’s a strange smell coming from your kitchen, and you finally trace the scent to its point of origin: the fridge. You dig through reusable containers full of mouldy food,…

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MORICI: Economy delivers troubling news for Trump re-election | Toronto Sun

The U.S. economy just delivered bad news to the White House — the Trump miracle economy is over. Second-quarter growth was a paltry 2.1%, and the American machine is unlikely…

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At least 3 killed, 15 injured in shooting at California food festival | CBC News

Three people were killed and at least 15 others injured Sunday after a shooting that sent panicked people running at an annual food festival in Northern California. Also dead is…

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Canadian wage growth hits fastest pace since 2009, but economy sheds jobs

Wage growth accelerated last month to its fastest clip in more than decade, according to numbers released Friday from Statistics Canada. The 4.5 per cent burst came in a month…

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‘Absolutely sweltering’: Air Transat passengers stuck on tarmac for 6 hours without food, AC | CBC News

Air Transat passengers said they endured a painful six hours with little or no food, scant information and often no air conditioning while their plane sat on a hot tarmac at…

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Toronto Raptors helped spike Canada’s economy in May, StatsCan says | CBC News

Canada’s gross domestic product expanded by 0.2 per cent in May, led by predictable sectors such as construction and manufacturing. But the economy also got a bigger-than-usual boost from the…

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Franca do të bashkëpunojë me Kosovën në ekonomi.

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