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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 28

2 November 2017 5:56 AM Singapore Airlines upgrades first class suites to maintain its premium allure

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIAL.SI) unveiled one of the world’s most luxurious first class offerings for the Airbus A380, as part of an $850 million product investment as it tries to retain premium customers amid tough competition from industry rivals. The spacious suites on its A380 will rival those of Middle Eastern rivals Etihad 17

1 November 2017 7:56 PM Former All Whites striker Jeremy Brockie nominated for Africa's player of the year award

Fringe All Whites striker Jeremy Brockie has been nominated for African Player of the Year after his outstanding season for South Africa's SuperSport United. The 30-year-old has been the leading light for his the Johannesburg club, notching 20 goals last season to earn a place on the list of nominees who play their football in Africa. The former Wellington 8

1 November 2017 2:21 PM China Blinks on South Korea, Making Nice After a Year of Hostilities

Mr. Xi’s tough stance against South Korea also included a punishing economic boycott that helped reinforce the American relationship with Seoul, undermining China’s long-term goal of replacing the United States as the pre-eminent power in Asia. “This is the reversal of an ineffective and costly policy on the part of China,” said Shi Yinhong, professor 38

29 October 2017 6:34 AM Robertson should front up on coalition costings

New Finance Minister Grant Robertson needs to front up on the new coalition government’s spending plans and not make inaccurate excuses, National Party Finance Spokesperson Steven Joyce says. “Mr Robertson has done two long-form interviews over this weekend and yet New Zealanders are still none the wiser about the cost of the coalition’s programme and the impact 12

27 October 2017 9:13 PM Police probe Facebook drug sales

Police want to talk to the owners of "nightmare" Facebook buy-and-sell pages to "nip things in the bud" before someone gets in trouble. "A lot of you have been feeding us plenty of information around the open selling of drugs amongst other things," a post on the Waikato Police Facebook page read on Saturday morning. "I think we need to try and do something 12

27 October 2017 7:56 AM What the High Court citizenship decision says about the health of our democracy

In many ways, today's High Court decision has a greater political than legal significance. Politically, it requires the deputy prime minister to step aside and face a by-election, putting at risk the Government's narrow majority. It could also potentially raise questions about the validity of certain decisions the deputy prime minister made as a minister 18

25 October 2017 9:20 AM Could a North Korean EMP Attack on the U.S. Really Cause Mass Starvation and Societal Collapse?

Millions of lives could be lost through mass starvation, disease and societal collapse following a North Korean electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack, according to the author of a congressional report. Testifying before a Congressional Homeland Security subcommittee earlier in October, Peter Vincent Pry, a nuclear strategist formerly with the CIA, warned 10

25 October 2017 1:46 AM UPDATE: Norris offers apology on Fletcher Building forecasts

(Updates to add share price in paragraph three and broker comment in paragraphs 7-9) Oct. 25 (BusinessDesk) - Fletcher Building has taken a further $125 million provision against problematic construction contracts including the Convention Centre and the Justice Precinct in Christchurch and said its B&I unit would report a full-year loss of $160 million 27

24 October 2017 10:17 PM Norris apology as Fletcher Building forecasts $160m loss

Fletcher Building has taken a further $125 million provision against problematic construction contracts including the Convention Centre and the Justice Precinct in Christchurch and said its B&I unit would report a full-year loss of $160 million, including $35 million of overhead costs. A trading halt was lifted on Fletcher's shares following the announcement 29