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Despite grounding, United Airlines still expects new 737 MAX planes in 2019

18.04.2019 United Continental still expects to receive new Boeing 737 MAX planes in 2019 and does not expect a fight with the manufacturer over recovering costs from the planes' grounding,..... click to read more.


Botswana unveils rare 20-carat blue diamond

18.04.2019 Botswana's state-owned Okavango Diamond Company on Wednesday unveiled the biggest blue diamond ever discovered in the Southern Africa country... click to read more.



Copper nails 9.5-month high on China GDP growth

18.04.2019 Copper prices rallied Wednesday to the highest level since early July, driven by solid first-quarter economic growth in top consumer China... click to read more.


New Brexit Party opens up lead in European elections poll

18.04.2019 The Brexit Party set up by anti-EU firebrand Nigel Farage is leading Britain's other political parties ahead of European Parliament elections in May, according to an opinion poll published on Wednesday... click to read more.



Mercedes 'very sorry' after China consumer gripe goes viral

18.04.2019 German auto giant Mercedes-Benz apologised Tuesday over the ordeal of a Chinese car buyer who alleged mistreatment by an authorised dealership in a viral video that triggered consumer outrage... click to read more.


Labor shortages, trade uncertainty weigh on US economy: Fed report

18.04.2019 The US economy has been chugging along, expanding at a "slight-to-moderate pace" but labor shortages and trade uncertainty continue to weigh on the outlook, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday... click to read more.


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