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Today Xinhua, the state-run news agency said that citing a statement from the Communist Party all couples will be allowed to have two children.The population control policy from the People's Republic ...
China (Oct 28th, 15)
The Australian dollar was today under further pressure after a recent period of weakness in the currency. With Ben Bernanke indicating that the Fed would push forward with its tapering of monetary pol...
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