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Singapore Airlines to start nonstop flights to Seattle next year

The blue-band Southeast Asian airline will operate Seattle with an Airbus jet – but it has made significant Boeing orders for jet aircraft to fly to many of its extensive international routes. Singapore Airlines will add nonstop service between Singapore and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport next year, part of a significant expansion of its US routes made possible by a new …

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Trade war impact deepens across Asia, but 'real economic shock' yet to hit

HONG KONG (Reuters) – The economic impact of the intensifying trade war between Washington and Beijing appeared to deepen last month with factory activity and export orders weakening across Asia, but analysts warned the worst was yet to come. An employee works at the production line of a Dongbei Special Steel factory in Dalian, Liaoning province, China, October 31, 2018. …

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Singapore Airlines to start non-stop flights to Seattle next September

SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) will start nonstop flights to Seattle on September 3rd next year, its fourth non-stop destination in the United States. The move moves between SIA's efforts to expand its business and network now in the United States, where it is already flying non-stop to San Francisco and New York, said the airline in a press release on …

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Oil tie on signs of rising supplies, economic decline jitters

PHILPHOTO: A pumpkin jacket is seen in the sunrise near Bakersfield, California October 14, 2014. REUTERS / Lucy Nicholson / Filfoto BEIJING (Reuters) – Oil prices fell on Thursday and revealed losses in previous sessions, amidst signs of increased supply and increasing concerns as demand can weaken the prospect of a global economic downturn. The burnt-raw January LCOc1 futures contract …

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EPA allows farmers to continue using Bayer's controversial weedkiller

EPA will demand new buffer zones and limit the time that farmers are allowed to apply for a Bayer herbicide in an effort to prevent it from being taken. Photo: Nati Harnik / Associated Press October 31, 2018 10:40 p.m. ET The Environmental Protection Agency will continue to allow farmers to spray crops with a controversial weedkiller, while tightening restrictions, …

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China's manufacturing sector is barely growing in October, expansion orders are slowing down: Caixin PMI

BEIJING (Reuters) – China's industrial sector barely grew in the month after stall in September, while an expanded contraction in export orders marked increased pressure on the economy when a trade war with the US intensified. An employee works on a carbon fiber production line inside a factory in Lianyungang, Jiangsu Province, China, October 27, 2018. REUTERS / Stringer Caixin …

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We are two weeks in national cannabis legalization. Where is the pot

Part of Cannabis and Investment Expand Stories Jimmy's Cannabis Store in Martensville, Sask. October 31, 2018. David Stobbe / The Globe and Mail The Alberta Cannabis website is the most common phrase "out of stock" – stamped on more than four of five products listed. For CannabisNL it's worse, with about six out of seven items on display as "coming …

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Sprint says eruption problems in a part of the country have been solved

Sprint had some customers in the Midwest who had problems with conversations on Wednesday, but the company said in a statement that the issues are now resolved. "The intermittent voting issue has been solved and the service is fully restored in the Midwest and other markets," Sprint said on its Twitter page late Wednesday. "Maintenance of reliable service is our …

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Sprint cell service reporting outbreak through the Midwest

Sprint continues to deal with outbreak issues affecting much of the Midwest, including the Dayton area. According to media reports in the Indianapolis area, Sprint recognized that states in the Midwest experienced intermittent voice problems. The company has not issued a schedule for hinting when the service is expected to be restored. Some Midwest customers continue to experience intermittent voice …

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Nikkei lag, but other Asian markets are allowed to open November

After a mountain runner in October, Asian stock markets started November with big gains. Japan was the remarkable exception, with Nikkei NIK, -0.87% reduced 0.5% with caution over US trade policy and forthcoming mid-term elections. The telecom sector dropped 6.3%, the worst among 33 Topix sectors, after NTT DoCoMo said it would cut mobile services. NTT DoCoMo 9437, -12.95% was …

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