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EU leaders have agreed on acadmap for eurozone integration beyond the deal on centralised banking supervision, Germany's Chancellor Merkel says.

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Japanese shares rose and the yen dipped after Shinzo Abe-led Liberal Democratic Party won Japan's general elections.

The Nikkei 225 index rose 1% and the Japanese currency fell to a 20-month low of 84.48 yen against the US dollar.

Mr Abe has said he will implement measures to help revive the world's third-largest economy, which has been battling years of sluggish growth.

He has also promised to take steps to weaken the yen and fight deflation.

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Architect Roberto Gil discovered a knack for building furniture while toying with simple designs in his small apartment. His work bloomed into a successful kids’ furniture company, Casa Kids.

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Starbucks recently announced plans to open 3,000 new outlets in the Americas — 1,500 of them in the U.S. — and more in China. That may seem like business as usual for the world’s largest coffeehouse chain, which already has more than 18,000 locations around the globe. But just a few of years ago, Starbucks closed hundreds of stores – and it wasn’t just the burgeoning economic crisis that forced the coffee chain to retrench.

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In an attempt to push up lending, defrost the real estate market and clear bad debts, commercial banks have designed big credit programs to fund real estate projects.

BIDV, for example, has launched the credit package worth 6 trillion dong for the real estate sector. Of this, 2 trillion dong would be disbursed to fund individuals house purchases (the interest rate has been fixed at 12 percent per annum for the first three months) and 4 trillion dong for real estate project development.

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This situation can be seen particularly in the Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta, Viet Nam's premier fruit growing region.
Experts say the main obstacles preventing optimum exploitation of GAP potential in the country are: small scale cultivation, lack of stable outlets and the lack of premium prices compared to non-GAP fruits.

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The most noteworthy characteristic of the development program No. 7 approved by the Prime Minister in July 2011 is that Vietnam would rely too much on fossil materials and hydropower plants. If Vietnam follows the development strategy, it would go contrary to the general trend of the times, because fossil materials and hydropower plants would not allow the sustainable development.

Thermopower plants generates too much carbon dioxide

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With the current export growth rate, the garment export turnover would be 13 billion dollars by 2020. However, with the Trans – Pacific Partnership agreement TPP, the figure would be as high as 22 billion dollars.

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