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  • Gas for 37 cents? Why fuel costs more or less elsewhere

     
    Nigerian oil prices. Why oil price vary so much among countries....
  • Africa calls for World Bank reform after Nigerian denied top post

     
    Africans call for World Bank reform after Africa's candidate for World Bank president is passed over: African financial leaders called for the reform of the World Bank and its process for selecting its leader, dominated for six decades by the US, after...
  • Income inequality, the issue that won't go away

     
    In The fight to save the American dream It's not "class warfare." People have just realized how extreme inequality is wrecking our country, Bill Moyers and Michael Winship argue: If you get sick without health coverage, inequality matters. If you’...
  • Money laundering, tax evasion suck billions from Mexican economy

     
    The Mexican economy is "hemorrhaging" billions of dollars annually because of money laundering, tax evasion and other corruption, a new study has found....
  • Website helps immigrants compare fees to send money home

     
    Remittances, Central America, Dominican Republic, World Bank: Immigrants from Central America and the Dominican Republic can go online to compare the cost of sending money from the United States to relatives back home....
  • Cars.com News Briefs: Feb. 3, 2012

     
    Here's what we have our eye on today: On the heels of a free-trade agreement between the U.S. and South Korea, Ford plans to expand its sales in the country by 50% to about 6,000 vehicles in 2012, the Detroit......
  • 'Easily affordable' to save 2 million children, report says

     
    The world could save 2 million children every year if it helped the neediest countries take 13 recommended steps to conquer malnutrition, according to a new report from Save the Children....
  • Where women hold power -- it may surprise you

     
    Women remain underrepresented politically in most countries, including wealthier countries such as the United States and Brazil....
  • By the numbers: Venezuela and President Hugo Chavez

     
    Longtime Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez will face Miranda state governor Henrique Capriles in October in a presidential election that will decide whether Chavez can stay in power after 13 years in office. The campaign is likely to focus on how the South...
  • Indie filmmakers praise China movie deal

     
    Indie filmmakers gave two big thumbs up to the trade agreement announced late Friday that would allow more U.S. films into China....
  • South Koreans still angry over U.S. free-trade pact

     
    Free trade pact: South Koreans continue to protest a free-trade agreement signed with the U.S. that takes affect next month...
  • South Sudan austerity budget in doubt; economic collapse feared

     
    Just a month after South Sudan announced an austerity budget designed to fend off economic collapse, the struggling new country had already failed to meet its targets, a source close to the South Sudanese government acknowledged....