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* 117,592 voters cast electronic ballots in 2019 Federal National Council elections * Voter participation increases 48.5% over 2015 * Results announced in under 15 minutes
Treasury Board Secretariat issues Blockcerts--self-verifying, recipient-owned digital credentials--to demonstrate proof of qualifications for public service
Political leaders of the Opposition aren't yet embracing intervention by the U.S. military, but the people of Venezuela view it as a means to an end.
Harvey Blackwood - South Korea's economy faces greater slowdown during the course of 2019.
Reed Cavendish Wealth Management - Norway hopes to reach an agreement on trade relations with the UK before it leaves the European Union in March next year.
Reed Cavendish Wealth Management - Trump considers imposing additional tariffs on imported goods coming from China.
Reed Cavendish Wealth Management - China's smaller cities attract more new investment in property market.
Evans Chamberlain Asset Management - US officials to meet with Chinese representatives to address complaints against China's trade policies.
Harvey Blackwood comments as May refuses to support EU commission's proposed Brexit plan.
Burton Mills say China's economy held firm in February with small businesses and steel markets improving.
Evans Chamberlain Asset Management reports Japan's economy continues to improve but dependence on stimulus grows
Burton Mills economists say that if growth in its imports continues, China could become the world's largest importer by 2022.
Singapore New Cyber Czar Makes First US Speech on Singapore's Far-Reaching Cyber Law and DoD Acting CIO to Discuss DoD Cyber Priorities
Hamilton Crawford: Allocation of funding and budget cuts will take center stage at an EU Summit that will take place later this month.
Burton Mills: Italy's industrial output begins to make up for ground lost between 2008 and 2014.
Morgan Newfield: As US consumer spending increases and savings decline, economists say the rate of consumption could lose momentum.
Burton Mills: France and Germany hope to reach consensus on Eurozone overhaul between March and June this year.
Harvey Blackwood: India's economy shows signs of recovery after overcoming initial problems associated with recently launched national sales tax.
Harvey Blackwood: Uncertainty clouds Germany's political future after Chancellor Merkel's failure to form a three-way coalition sends euro to two-month low against the yen
Burton Mills reports French government keen for French banks to base senior staff in Paris in the event of a "hard" Brexit.
Mayor of London's financial district will call for a firm Brexit transition agreement to avoid future damage to U.K. economy.
Harvey Blackwood - As Greece exits its third bailout, hopes are high for a strong economic recovery.
Survey by Ashton Whiteley shows German investor optimism is on the rise amid signs of encouraging economic growth.
New technology aiding growers and governments with real actionable intelligence using artificial intelligence for increased food production.
Burton Mills - U.K. posts 2.9% inflation as clothing and fuel prices rise.
Hamilton Crawford - Trade talks between China and the US have failed to reach consensus on Beijing's $347 trade surplus with Washington.
World's Most Popular Evangelist Dr. Kilari Anand Paul Asks United States President Donald Trump to End Sanctions on Sudan
Christian leaders ask why "World's most popular evangelist" supported Modi; they say that India's PM has controversial views of Christians.
New quarterly journal of public policy and political thought launched at event in New York.
Sharjah Media Centre announces details of International Government Communication Forum (IGCF) be held from March 22 to 23, 2017