Portugal's caretaker government said on Wednesday it had decided to seek financing from the European Union in an abrupt turnaround after resisting a bailout for months despite sharply deteriorating financial conditions.
The nation of 10.5 million became the third member of the euro zone to seek a rescue after Greece and Ireland after months of fending off market pressure to request assistance, as borrowing costs soared amid deepening political instability.
Singapore banned public drinking between 10.30pm and 7am in 2015 - What Today Online reported on 30th January 2015 SINGAPORE – The Liquor Control (Supply and Consumption) Bill has been passed in Parliament. Under the new l...
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