10 Most Corrupt Countries

Fed up with the corruption in India? Well, be glad you don't live in the most corrupt countries in the world. Here's a list

10 Most Corrupt Countries

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  • Gold holds near two-week low after worst day since April
    Gold holds near two-week low after worst day since April

    Gold held near a two-week trough early on Wednesday after sliding almost 2 percent in the previous session as strong U.S. data suggested the Federal Reserve may be on course to raise interest rates this year. Spot gold (XAU=) was little changed at $1,188.20 an ounce by 0040 GMT. The strong U.S. data were in line with Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's upbeat comments last week that indicated the U.S. central bank is poised to raise interest rates later this year. …

  • GE in talks with Element Financial on fleet assets sale - Bloomberg

    While a deal has not yet been reached, GE hopes to draw up terms of a sale by the end of the quarter, Bloomberg reported. GE expects to unload about $100 billion in GE Capital assets this year, up from its previous target of $90 billion, according to a presentation for investors, released last week. …

  • Charter's Time Warner Cable bid faces $2 billion regulatory question

    Time Warner Cable (TWC.N), entering into talks to be acquired by Charter Communications Inc (CHTR.O) just a month after regulators killed a proposed takeover by Comcast Corp's (CMCSA.O), was determined not to get burned a second time. It won such an insurance policy on Tuesday, when Charter included as part of its $56 billion takeover agreement a pledge to pay Time Warner Cable a $2 billion breakup fee if the deal goes south. Comcast, by contrast, had made no such pledge and was able to walk …

  • Charter's $56 billion Time Warner Cable deal to face U.S. scrutiny
    Charter's $56 billion Time Warner Cable deal to face U.S. scrutiny

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  • Canada to test India feed corn imports due to mould concerns

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