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    Britain will not seek "half in, half out" EU deal - PM May

    Britain will not seek a Brexit deal that leaves it "half in, half out" of the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May will say on Tuesday, according to her office, in a speech setting out her 12 priorities for upcoming divorce talks with the bloc.Those priorities will include leaving the European Union's single market and regaining full control of Britain's borders, several newspapers reported, reinforcing investor fears of a 'Hard Brexit' which has pushed the pound to some of the lowest levels against the U.S. dollar seen in more than three decades.Read More..

    Istanbul Reina nightclub attack suspect captured

    Turkish police have arrested the main suspect in the New Year's Eve attack on an exclusive nightclub in Istanbul after a huge manhunt.Abdulkadir Masharipov is believed to have mounted the assault on the Reina club which left 39 people dead.The Uzbek national is said to have been caught in Istanbul's Esenyurt district.Citizens of Israel, France, Tunisia, Lebanon, India, Belgium, Jordan and Saudi Arabia were among the victims, and dozens of people were injured.Read More...


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India – Iran nuclear Deal: Advantages and Limitations for India
Prof. Sumitkumar S. Acharya (Assistant Professor)
Shree Swaminarayan Institute of Management and IT, Porbandar

The recent much lauded nuclear deal has reduced the threat of Iran developing nuclear weapons. The deal allows Iran to pursue a nuclear program for peaceful purposes while lifting of economic sanctions, which could benefit several countries seeking to enhance economic ties with Tehran.

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Industrializing through Trade and its impact on Import-Export with African country - Mauritania
Ms. Gargi Vyas (Assistant Professor and Training & Development officer)
Kalol Institute of Management

Over the past few decades Africa’s import and export has grown fast. Many factors appear to have contributed to this phenomenon. African countries like Mauritania and Malawi are struggling foreign currency shortage.

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