Month: September 2018

BUENOS AIRES/SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Uber’s fastest-growing market in the world is now Argentina, company executives say, attributing the expansion to the nation’s sudden economic unraveling, which has boosted unemployment and sliced the purchasing power of Argentines. Uber’s logo is displayed on a mobile phone in London, Britain, September 14, 2018. REUTERS/Hannah Mckay Twenty percent
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(Reuters) – La Liga’s plan to host a game in the United States suffered another blow on Monday when the Spanish Football Players’ Association (AFE) announced they were against the idea. Javier Tebas Medrano, La Liga President, gestures during the Dubai International Sports Conference in Dubai, UAE December 27, 2017. REUTERS/Satish Kumar The league’s ambition
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday defended Britain’s Brexit plan, saying her government had “put forward a credible proposal” to exit the European Union. Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May arrives to make a statement on Brexit negotiations with the European Union at Number 10 Downing Street, London September 21, 2018 .
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LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May will eventually decide to abandon her strategy for maintaining close trade ties with the European Union because it lacks support, a leading eurosceptic lawmaker in her Conservative Party said on Monday. Leading Conservative Party Brexiter Jacob Rees-Mogg attend the presentation of their trade plan for a post-Brexit
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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Swedish truckmaker AB Volvo has stopped assembling trucks in Iran because U.S. sanctions are preventing it from being paid, a spokesman for the company said on Monday. FILE PHOTO – The logo of Swedish truck maker Volvo is pictured at the IAA truck show in Hanover, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer The
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LONDON (Reuters) – The World Anti-Doping Agency president Craig Reedie is offended by allegations that WADA put money above clean sport while reinstating Russia’s anti-doping agency (RUSADA), and said the move was only aimed at achieving Russian compliance. President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Craig Reedie gestures during an interview with Reuters at the
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