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Kuroda Calls on Japan Inc to Embrace Shift to Inflation: Economy
Bank of Japan chief Haruhiko Kuroda called on Japan Inc. to deploy its cash and invest more on facilities and workers, saying �the rule book for business will be rewritten� as the economy emerges from deflation.
Japan inflation slows and output slips, keep BOJ under pressure  Reuters
Japanese bond yields hit historic low  MarketWatch
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Dollar mortgage holders urge Russia to end 'financial slavery'
Many Russians who borrowed in dollars to finance mortgages face a crisis on payments with the rouble falling by half in the past few years against the US currency.
Russia says ruble crisis over as reserves dive, inflation climbs  Reuters
Russia's Defense of the Ruble Cuts Reserves by $15.7 Billion in Week  Businessweek
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Citigroup to sell Japan retail banking business
Citigroup announced it reached an agreement to sell its retail banking business in Japan to Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp., one of the county's three mega-banks.
Citi agrees to sell Japan retail banking to SMBC  The Straits Times
Citibank Sells Japan Retail Unit to Sumitomo Mitsui  Wall Street Journal
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Revenue falls short for road projects in Arizona
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Officials: Extension needed for transportation tax  azcentral.com
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Oil Trades Above $60 on Signs of Saudi Confidence in Rebound
Oil traded above $60 a barrel in London amid the highest volatility in more than three years as Saudi Arabia, the world's largest crude exporter, is seen to be signaling its confidence in the market.
S. Arabia projects huge deficit as oil price drop bites  DAWN.com
Saudi Arabia's 2015 budget looks to boost oil market  Economic Times
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South Korea indicts Uber CEO, local unit for transport law breach
Seoul: South Korea has indicted the chief executive officer and local subsidiary of Uber Technologies Inc for violating a law governing public transport, becoming the latest jurisdiction to challenge the US taxi service provider.
Uber CEO criminally charged in South Korea  KRNV My News 4
Forty Five Philadelphia Taxi Groups File Federal Law Suit Against Uber  Franchise Herald
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US company to open tuna cannery in American Samoa
A Washington state company is making a $70 million investment in a tuna cannery in the U.S. territory of American Samoa. The canned tuna products from American Samoa will carry the "Made In USA" label, said officials with Tri Marine International.
US company opens new tuna cannery in American Samoa  Thegardenisland.com
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Bad Santa? 5 tips to tackle your holiday gift returns
As anyone who's received a drugstore cologne gift set well knows, even Santa Claus gets it wrong sometimes. Friends and relatives?
The dash is on to return unwanted gifts  Minneapolis Star Tribune
Gift Returns Done Right  SurfKY News
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Walmart has figured out what to do with all those Christmas gift cards you don't ...
Gift cards are popular Christmas gifts for some people, though recipients might not always be thrilled to receive one, and might even forget to spend them later.
Wal-Mart's higher-skilled employees pinched to 'absorb' cost of ...  Washington Times
Exclusive: US minimum wage hikes to affect 1400-plus Walmart stores  Reuters
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Doctor Sees Benefits and Side Effects of Affordable Care Act
Dr. Douglas Olson says his patients illustrate the trade-offs and lessons in the Affordable Care Act. Michael Rubenstein for The Wall Street Journal.
Five things to know about Affordable Care Act open enrollment  Insurance News Net
Obamacare Offers Up a Pleasant Surprise for the Holidays  Motley Fool
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