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The NPA resolution drive has led to the rise in business for consultants like EY, Deloitte, PWC etc. To explain the process of how the insolvency of a company under IBC takes place, CNBC-TV18 spoke to Abizer Diwanji, Partner National Leader-Financial Services, EY- India.
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83% of the young Bulgarians get news on websites and social media networks, results of a survey by Alpha Research polling agency shows. It was conducted among a nationally representative sample of 1024 respondents and was focused on whether and to what extent the public recognize false news. 

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Ocean Pacific News

Activist investor calls Hong Kong market rout

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Six weeks ago, David Webb, an activist investor and former director of the Hong Kong exchange, issued a report titled "The Engima Network: 50 stocks not to own". On Tuesday, most
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'That stuff lives with you:' Juror advocate sympathizes with triple-murder jury

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. - The jury in gruesome Alberta triple murder trial has a difficult road ahead even after they finish their deliberations, says a former juror who suffered post-traumatic stress ...
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Fate of Alberta triple-murder suspect to be placed in hands of the jury

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. - The fate of an man charged with killing a father, his toddler and a senior in southwestern Alberta is expected to be handed over to a jury ...
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Canada 150: Chief Dan George's powerful indigenous-rights speech, 50 years later

VANCOUVER - Leonard George remembers the first time he heard his father, Chief Dan George, deliver his moving and prophetic speech on indigenous rights, "A Lament for Confederation." It was 1967 ...
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The text of the speech "A Lament for Confederation" by Chief Dan George

VANCOUVER - The text of Chief Dan George's speech "A Lament for Confederation:" How long have I known you, Oh Canada? A hundred years? Yes, a hundred years. And many, ...
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Seven stories in the news for today, June 28

Seven stories in the news for Wednesday, June 28 ——— FEDS CONFIDENT OF SOFTWOOD VICTORY New U.S. anti-dumping duties on Canadian softwood announced this week were lower than expected and that has N
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Rolls-Royce Dawn Black Badge Debuts At 2017 Goodwood Festival Of Speed

Rolls-Royce reveals Dawn Black Badge, the third in the series created with the younger and perhaps slightly edgier patron in mind, at the 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
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Japan, EU press ahead on free trade pact to counter U.S. protectionism

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese and European Union negotiators meeting in Tokyo aim to reach a free trade deal that would stand against a protectionist tide threatening the global economy, and make the Uni
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Asia

Insolvency process: Key challenges explained by Abizer Diwanji, EY-India

The NPA resolution drive has led to the rise in business for consultants like EY, Deloitte, PWC etc. To explain the process of how the insolvency of a company under IBC takes place, CNBC-TV18 spoke
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Discounts have led to market expansion: Blue Star

In the run up to goods and services tax (GST), retailers are offering heavy discounts on televisions, air-conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines and other home appliances. In an interview to
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India should revisit lofty coal output targets as demand weak: Niti Aayog

A turnaround in India#39;s coal sector, from crippling shortages three years ago to a surplus thanks to faster government clearances, is seen as a major success for Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
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TVS ties up with Abans Auto to launch 3-wheeler in Sri Lanka

The TVS King will be priced at 6,91,850 Lankan Rupee and will be retailed across Abans Auto#39;s over 200 showrooms and appointed dealers in strategic locations in Sri Lanka, the company said in a s
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US FDA wants to have at least 3 approved generics for given drug to pare drug prices

To encourage generic drug development, the US FDA posted a list of branded drugs that have no listed patents or exclusivity and for which the agency has yet to approve a generic drug application.
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Mumbai eateries to close before midnight this Friday to avoid technical glitches on GST switchover

Restaurants that otherwise close at 1.30 am especially on Friday on account of being a good business day, will either shut around 11.30 p.m or take orders only till midnight
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Popular Europe

Apha Research: Most of the Bulgarians Get News on Websites and Social Media Networks

83% of the young Bulgarians get news on websites and social media networks, results of a survey by Alpha Research polling agency shows. It was conducted among a nationally representative sample of 102
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City watchdog cracks down on investment industry charges

The City regulator announces changes to the asset management sector which oversees the savings of millions.
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Vodafone Romania launches Future Chatbot

Telecom operator Vodafone Romania launched Future Chatbot, an online interactive instrument through which the Facebook Messenger users can find out unique information from different interest fields. F
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World Bank: Romania’s road fatalities, double the EU average in 2016

The fatalities on Romania’s roads reached 1,913 last year, more than double the number of fatalities comparted with the EU-28 average of 925, according to data posted on the World Bank blog by Radosla
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Romania’s coal production goes up on 4 months

The coal production of Romania went up by 6.8 percent to 1.461 million tonnes of oil equivalent (toe) in the first four months of this year versus the same period of last year, according to the Nation
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Stagecoach stumbles as markets cool

The train and bus operator is among the biggest fallers after reporting a plunge in annual profits.
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