Economy

The Remains of Decommissioned Submarines Float at a Nuclear Waste Disposal Plant in Fokino

Floating Nuclear Power Plant Best Against Tsunamis, Earthquakes—U.S. MIT

For countries about to construct nuclear power plants, or even those that had, a floating facility built offshore would serve best against tsunami and earthquake threats.

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U.S. Calls for More Investment-friendly Indian Government

The United States on Wednesday urged the Indian government that emerges from ongoing elections to follow economic policies that encourage investment, saying Washington would like to see bilateral trade grow to $500 billion a year.

Asian shares rise as Fed Minutes Soothe Sentiment

Asian Stocks Struggle Higher, Lack Conviction

Asian share markets eked out gains on Thursday as dovish comments from the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve combined with an upbeat economic assessment from the central bank to lift Wall Street for a third straight session.

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Heartbleed Bug: Canada Arrests Teen for Alleged Data Theft on Tax Agency

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police has arrested a 19-year-old Canadian in relation to the Heartbleed security breach.

The Most Important Components in Building a Résumé: Attract Employers and Get Hired!

Listing the right information on a résumé is sometimes what makes or breaks the job application. Having an attractive, carefully-made, and truthful résumé will be a stand-out in the job market nowadays.

Japan’s Whale Meat Eating Likened to Kangaroo Meat Eating in Australia

An annual whale meat eating event took place in Japan despite the ICJ’s decision to ban Japan’s whale hunt.

Asian shares rise as Fed Minutes Soothe Sentiment

Asian Shares Offer Muted Cheer to China Growth

Asian share markets were mostly in the black on Wednesday after China reported economic growth a touch above forecasts, a relief for investors who had feared a much weaker outcome.

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U.S. Warns China its Currency is still Undervalued

The Obama administration on Tuesday warned Beijing that it is concerned about the recent drop in China's currency, calling it "significantly undervalued" and saying it is watching the value of the yuan closely.

New Zealand 2013 Census Showed Number of Overseas Born Kiwis Hit 1M

Latest 2013 data released by the New Zealand census office has shown that Kiwis born overseas in have hit more than one million persons.

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (C) talks to Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) before a meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, April 11, 2014. REUTERS/Parker Song/Pool

Will Australia Bow Down? China Wants Labour Importation Part of Free Trade Agreement

Australia's definitely eager to clinch a free trade agreement with China, the world's second-largest economy. But will it bow down to the demands of the other Asian and bigger country? China wants the free trade agreement to include provisions, allowing the entry of foreign workers to work on Chinese-funded projects.