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  • China To Overtake U.S. Air Travel As Daxing Airport Opens
    Daxing International Airport
    Daxing International Airport has taken flight amid predictions that China will overtake the U.S. in the air travel market.
  • EU Undecided In Plan To Slap Tariffs On U.S. Exports
    Donald Trump and Jean-Claude Juncker
    A brewing U.S.-EU trade war may be underway as the bloc is reportedly mulling new tax duties for its American counterpart.
  • Philippine Economy Can Grow Significantly In 2022, State Bank Says
    Rodrigo Duterte
    The Philippine state bank is confident that the economy has what it takes to hit eight percent in growth within three years.
  • Adam Neumann Exits CEO Seat As WeWork Struggles Pile Up
    Adam Neumann steps down
    WeWork announced a major executive shakeup late Tuesday as it continues to struggle with concerns and scrutiny from industry analysts.
  • Republican Rage In Democrats’ Trump Impeachment Inquiry
    Nancy Pelosi
    Republicans have fired their own bullets after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced a Democrat-led impeachment probe against U.S. President Donald Trump.
  • Cambodia’s National Rice Search For 2019 Kicks Off
    Rice
    Despite losing its tariff exemption in the EU earlier this year, Cambodia has begun the search for the kingdom’s best rice.
  • China’s Pork Crisis Opens Doors For Plant-Based Meat
    Artificial meat burger
    China’s pork shortage is an opportunity for artificial meat producers and vegan restaurants to shine.
  • FAA Wants Boeing 737 Max Feedback Amid Questions On Sincerity
    Boeing logo
    The FAA called on regulators to provide their feedback as families continue to doubt Boeing’s sincerity following its assistance fund announcement.
  • Saudi Aramco Fix May Take Months, Analysts Raise IPO Concerns
    Saudi Aramco damage
    Saudi Aramco has yet to fix the ruined areas of its attacked oil field and some analysts are concerned about the company’s planned IPO.
  • Vietnam’s Power Crisis Could Delay Expected Economic Takeoff
    Vietnam Central Park
    Vietnam is reeling from its impending power shortage in the coming years and the crisis could be a stumbling block to the country’s economic dreams.
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