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2 November 2017 6:45 AM Lithium battery winding machine Market Shows Expected Trend to Guide from 2017-2022 with Growth Analysis by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application

Lithium battery winding machine Market report provides key statistics on the market status of the Lithium battery winding machine Manufacturers and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the Lithium battery winding machine Industry. The Lithium battery winding machine Market report delivers a basic 11

1 November 2017 5:35 PM In meeting, Trump to push a reluctant Xi to rein in North Korea

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump will further pressure Chinese President Xi Jinping in talks next week to take tougher measures against North Korea, as the United States compiles information for possible new sanctions on Chinese banks working with Pyongyang. Senior administration officials say Trump will try to convince Xi when they meet in Beijing 29

1 November 2017 4:25 PM Can a Carbon 'Vacuum Cleaner' Save the Planet?

Companies are exploring ways to scrub carbon dioxide from the air and put it back into the ground. We humans are really, really good at making carbon dioxide. Last year our smokestacks and tailpipes puffed out more than 60 trillion pounds of the greenhouse gas, monkeying with the planet’s climate and acidifying the oceans. What we’re not so good at is cleaning 22

1 November 2017 4:02 PM A green park on top of a carpark (!) and other remarkable plans for the Auckland port

Ports of Auckland has released its brand new long-term plans. Simon Wilson is impressed, but also not impressed. The cars are moving off the finger wharves. Hallelujah. And instead of spreading over every inch of available wharf space, most of them will be contained in a remarkable, brand-new carpark building. With a green park on top. That’s the biggest 22

31 October 2017 2:52 PM Trump Belittles ‘Low Level’ Adviser Who Tried to Connect With Russia

“The biggest story yesterday, the one that has the Dems in a dither, is Podesta running from his firm,” Mr. Trump wrote. “What he know about Crooked Dems is earth shattering. He and his brother could Drain The Swamp, which would be yet another campaign promise fulfilled. Fake News weak!” Mr. Manafort and his deputy, Rick Gates, were charged in a 12-count 29

31 October 2017 11:50 AM The Daily 202: 10 takeaways from Mueller’s shock-and-awe gambit

THE BIG IDEA: The ghost of Paul Manafort haunts the White House this Halloween. Since President Trump likes alliterative nicknames, maybe the special counsel’s should be Methodical Mueller. Unveiling the first batch of criminal allegations to come from probes into possible Russian influence in the American political system, Robert S. Mueller III proved 36

31 October 2017 11:32 AM A proposal in New Zealand could trigger the era of ‘climate change refugees’

New Zealand could become the world’s first country to essentially recognize climate change as an official reason to seek asylum or residence elsewhere, a government minister indicated in an interview Tuesday. If implemented, up to 100 individuals per year could be admitted to the island nation on a newly created visa category, according to an initial 29

31 October 2017 4:09 AM Coalition to amend Overseas Investment Act to stop foreigners buying existing houses

The Coalition government says it will pass a law change before Christmas to ban overseas buyers from buying existing residential houses. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says it will be an amendment to the Overseas Investment Act to classify residential housing as “sensitive.” “That means non-resident or non-citizens cannot buy existing residential dwellings

30 October 2017 5:52 AM Lengthy queues and 'unsafe crowds' at chaotic Auckland Airport

An Auckland woman is describing two-hour long queues through Customs and chaotic crowds at Auckland Airport as "hugely distressing". Joanna Gray was flying into New Zealand from Brisbane around 5 pm last night and found herself in a scene "like what you'd see in another country". The international arrivals area was flooded with thousands of people flying 16

29 October 2017 6:04 PM Who Will Be Indicted First By Robert Mueller In Trump-Russia Probe?

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s first indictment for the federal Trump-Russia investigation could be unsealed as soon as Monday — and there are indications that members of President Donald Trump's original inner circle are in legal hot water. The second of Trump’s three campaign managers is heading into this week with the most damning evidence against 14