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Boj’s Kuroda: Japan’s Economy No Longer in Deflation But Yet to Achieve 2 Pct Inflation Target, Which Is a Global Standard

BOJ’S KURODA: JAPAN’S ECONOMY NO LONGER IN DEFLATION BUT YET TO ACHIEVE 2 PCT INFLATION TARGET, WHICH IS A GLOBAL STANDARDThe material has been provided by InstaForex Company – www.instaforex.com

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Israel rebukes countries’ ambassadors over UN Security Council vote

Benjamin Netanyahu has summoned the ambassadors of all UN security council members which backed a resolution condemning Israeli settlements to “personally reprimand” them, Israeli foreign ministry announced on Sunday. The ministry added that the ambassador of the US was not among the envoys summoned. According to Israel’s official state radio Kol Yisrael, the ambassadors summoned on Sunday for the Israeli prime minister’s dressing down include all those from security council members with permanent missions in Israel: Russia, China, Japan, Ukraine, France, Britain, Angola, Egypt, Uruguay and Spain. The United States abstained on the resolution, allowing it to pass, rather than vetoing it, as it usually does with resolutions it sees as overly critical of Israel, leading to US Ambassador Daniel Shapiro being summoned […]


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Concerns raised over Egypt withdrawal from UN vote on Palestine

Egypt’s withdrawal of the UN Security Council’s resolution on the illegality of the Jewish settlement activity, which was approved by 14 countries on Friday, was said to have raised a “strong sense of disappointment” among Palestinians, especially after it was revealed that Cairo had acted under pressure culminated in a series of contacts between Israel, US President-elect Donald and his transition team and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi. The UN resolution proposed by Egypt declares that Israel’s settlements have “no legal validity” and constitute a “flagrant violation under international law.” The Egyptian foreign affairs ministry spokesman Ahmed Abu-Zeid said in a statement on Saturday that the abrupt withdrawal was an attempt to avoid the resolution being vetoed. “Egypt wanted more […]