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Economists Nordhaus, Romer awarded 2018 Nobel Prize

William Nordhaus and Paul Romer are pioneers in adapting economic theory for environmental issues.

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Tsukiji, Tokyo's famed fish market, closes down after 83 years

World's biggest fish market will move to a new location as current premises will provide parking for the 2020 Olympics.

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Saudi economist who criticised Aramco IPO charged with treason

Charges include giving foreign diplomats 'information and analysis about the kingdom' and inciting domestic unrest.

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India police fire tear gas, water cannon to stop farmers' march

Police use water cannon and tear gas to disperse thousands of farmers, seeking better prices for their produce.

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Amazon increases US minimum wage to $15 after criticism

The company says it will lobby for an increase in the federal minimum wage and urges competitors to follow its lead.

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Zimbabwe economy to grow by 6 percent: Finance minister

The economy is projected to surpass the original budget projection of 4.5 percent, finance minister says.

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US, Canada and Mexico clinch new trade deal

Trump celebrates trade deal as signaling a 'new dawn' for the US, says it would still have to be ratified by Congress.

Trump had blamed NAFTA

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Qatar to increase gas production amid GCC rift

Qatar Petroleum says it plans to add a fourth LNG production line in its North Field, which it shares with Iran.

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Argentina's central bank chief resigns amid IMF bailout talks

Luis Caputo's resignation comes as President Mauricio Macri is negotiating additional IMF funding.

Luis Caputo

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Thousands protest in Buenos Aires against austerity policies

President Macri is expected to cut budgets as part of a deal to receive billions in IMF funds.

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