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New York Times (January 20)

2019/ 01/ 22 by jd in Global News

“The hazards of being Canadian… As the U.S.-China trade war escalates, Canada is a beaver between bulls.”

 

The Economist (January 19)

2019/ 01/ 21 by jd in Global News

Brexit has become the “mother of all messes. Solving the crisis will need time—and a second referendum.”

 

Wall Street Journal (January 18)

2019/ 01/ 20 by jd in Global News

“The Trump Administration says Islamic State has been defeated, and it is moving ahead with its withdrawal of U.S. forces from Syria and reducing America’s antiterror commitments in Africa,” but the “world’s terrorists don’t seem to have received this news that they’ve been defeated, as a spate of recent attacks around the globe shows.”

 

BBC (January 17)

2019/ 01/ 19 by jd in Global News

In the UK, “Surveyors and estate agents reckon the housing market outlook over the next three months is the worst for 20 years….. It’s the most downbeat reading since records started in October 1998 and the pessimism is blamed on the lack of clarity around Brexit.”

 

INC (January Issue)

2019/ 01/ 18 by jd in Global News

“California is bringing E.U.-style privacy laws to the U.S.” This is “one more reason to reassess how you handle customer information.” Though burdensome “creating a meaningful privacy policy…can also be a golden opportunity to inspire customer trust.” Moreover, the California Consumer Privacy Act will “likely serve as a national model” so a thoroughgoing approach will leave your company better prepared for, if not fully compliant with, subsequent changes in other jurisdictions.

 

Reuters (January 16)

2019/ 01/ 17 by jd in Global News

“Nobody expected May’s Brexit deal to secure a majority. Nevertheless, the scale of the defeat—the worst for a British government in modern history—was startling…. It’s very unlikely the deal can be rescued.” In fact, investors seem to be signaling that “reversing the Brexit decision” is now more likely than “a chaotic exit…. The pound jumped 1.4 percent against the U.S. dollar immediately after the result was announced on Tuesday.”

 

Washington Post (January 15)

2019/ 01/ 16 by jd in Global News

“China’s drive to acquire cutting-edge weaponry and establish itself as a global military power poses an increasing threat to American defense superiority.”

 

The Times (January 15)

2019/ 01/ 15 by jd in Global News

“Tonight the House of Commons will finally get the opportunity to pass judgment on Theresa May’s Brexit plan….  But with Brexiteer MPs implacably opposed and Labour also intent on voting down the plan, it looks certain to be heavily defeated. The critical question is what happens then.”

 

The Economist (January 12)

2019/ 01/ 14 by jd in Global News

“Analysts reckon that the number of smartphones sold in 2018 will be slightly lower than in 2017, the industry’s first ever annual decline.” “Peak smartphone” may be “bad news for Apple shareholders,” but the apparent “levelling off at around 1.4bn units a year is good news for humanity.”

 

Bloomberg (January 11)

2019/ 01/ 13 by jd in Global News

“Trade wars, China’s slowdown, erratic stock markets: The outlook is getting grimmer for an increasing number of companies across the globe.”

 

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