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Open banking could potentially radically alter how customers engage with the world of finance
Emmanuel Macron has begun implementing a series of sweeping reforms to modernise France, but some major challenges lie ahead
Article by Jean-Jacques Subrenat. Due to fly back from Abu Dhabi to Paris, President Macron decided to visit the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh. What is the background to...
This is an introduction to a five-part series on global power and influence
Asian politics Chairman of iPhone Assembler Runs for the Nomination as Presidential Candidate in Taiwan
The first island chain needs inhibitors of red rust
collaborative journalism Interview with Jimmy Wales and Jorge Marinho – WikiTribune: In Principio Erat Signum… Now, Continues in Portuguese…
Authors: Adriana Peixoto*, Ana Rita Graça*, Carlos Trujillo*, Francini Monteiro Costa*, Francisca Mendes*, Frida X*, Inês Alves Vieira*, Inês Saraiva*, Lívia Spencer*, Maira Salazar*, Margarida Cruz*, Maria Francisca Cabral*,...
Economics Ethiopian garment industry workers earn worldwide low of US$26 a month manufacturing designer clothes
A new study shows that Ethiopian garment workers earn US$26 a month making well known brands, a worldwide low for the industry.
Tech giants agree to reduce the harmful impact of online media, but free-knowledge project Wikipedia again refuses to take part.
WikiTribune reports from Uruguay on the South American nation's pioneering work to regulate cannabis
Media A global “cycle of fear” – Norway tops Press Freedom rankings, Turkmenistan worst ranked nation
The annual Reporters Without Borders ranking sees only 43 nations have a 'satisfactory' or better level of press freedom