Saudi Aramco IPO looks to turn oil into gold - Food inflation hits India's onions - Silly Piggy strikes a chord in China
For years people have been knowingly or unknowingly consuming goods made by millions of forced workers worldwide. Now, technology is forcing them to reflect on their choices by exposing their complicity in slavery.
Although Bezos promised $1 billion worth of investment during his visit to India, the Amazon CEO and newspaper owner was criticized by Indian government officials over negative coverage of PM Modi's policies.
Environment Minister Shinjiro Koizumi is promoting the government's agenda encouraging people to have more children by taking two weeks off — a relatively long time in Japan's workaholic culture.
The Indian government has imposed trade restrictions on Malaysian palm oil following the Southeast Asian country's criticism of PM Modi's "anti-Muslim" policies. Can the two countries resolve their differences?
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