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Poverty remains a challenge for Paraguay as new president is elected

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Latest update : 2017-12-13

Facebook to pay taxes where it earns advertising revenue

Facebook is to change the way it reports its earnings, so that advertising revenue will be booked in the country where it's generated. The move will be a change from the current system, which sees the majority of the social network's international revenue booked in Ireland. It may see the company pay more taxes in over 20 countries. Also today, Netflix is in hot water for poking fun at its users' viewing habits.

By Stephen CARROLL

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2018-04-23 Economic growth

Poverty remains a challenge for Paraguay as new president is elected

Paraguay has a new president - a conservative from the ruling Colorado party won Sunday's poll with a narrow margin. Despite enjoying steady economic growth for over a decade,...

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2018-04-20 football

Paris Saint-Germain football club opens new hub in Shanghai

France's Paris Saint-Germain football club has opened a brand new sporting complex in Shanghai, with indoor football pitches, a gym and a shop. This comes as PSG looks to boost...

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2018-04-19 strike

Trains, schools & power plants: Latest French strikes cause disruption

Schools, the postal service and electricity production are among the services being disrupted as unions stage a general strike in France. The action is combining protests over a...

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2018-04-18 Cuba

Will Cuba's political transition attract more foreign investment?

As Cuba prepares for the departure of Raul Castro, foreign investors will be watching closely to see if his successor pushes for more economic reforms. French companies are among...

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2018-04-17 China

US, UK move against Chinese telecoms firm ZTE

The Chinese telecoms giant ZTE says it's assessing the damage to its business, after the US Commerce Department banned American companies from selling parts to it. In addition,...

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