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China's February exports fell 18.1 percent in a sign of weak global demand, while imports rose 10.1 percent. Export data Saturday was much weaker than the single-digit decline expected by private sector analysts while imports were in line with
Fiji 7s star Ilai Tinai has been disciplined by the Fiji Corrections Services. The lanky playmaker left the country for a rugby contract in Sri Lanka without notifying his employers. He was disciplined in a hearing on Thursday and has been given time
Executive chef Clinton Webber said the event which begins this afternoon will show overseas guests the wide range of ingredients available in Fiji. "Fiji has a lot to offer in terms of very high quality and fresh produce and spices. And this event
At a function this week, the society's board of interim trustees chairman, Nazhat Shareem, said the problems the society had faced since August last year, when bank accounts were frozen and trustees and members dismissed, were because of worries that
But opponent Solis is still rallying voters to turn out and give him a solid mandate.
Share This More than 250 members of cabinet, ambassadors, mayors and heads of key government agencies, senior members of the legislature and judiciary, and representatives of the private sector will gather at GabiroSchool of Infantry in Eastern
Trade Representative Wendy Cutler smiles during a news conference after additional free trade talks between South Korea and the U.S. at the Foreign Ministry in Seoul, June 22, 2007. The United States is finding talks with Japan on opening its
Macedonia (AP) Macedonian police say they have arrested 13 people, including the head of a customs office at the Macedonia-Bulgaria border crossing, on suspicion of participating in a ring smuggling designer clothing from Greece and Bulgaria. Police
As part of a continuing campaign to improve the lot of its migrant worker community, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has entered into a new labor deal with the government of one of its sources of foreign labor, the South Asian island nation of Sri Lanka.
The UN chief has offered 12,000 peacekeepers for conflict-riven CAR. Muslims say they may be killed or driven out by the time the blue helmets deploy.