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Colombia faces food, fuel shortages amid violent protests | Money Talks

Violent protests are continuing to rock Colombia, despite the government withdrawing the proposed tax reforms that incited the demonstrations. The coronavirus pandemic has devastated the economy and President Ivan Duque's government wants to raise taxes to pay off some of the country's mounting debt. But protesters want more state support for small businesses and farmers. And, as Mobin Nasir reports, the showdown with authorities is only making Colombia's economic woes worse. #Colombia #FoodShortages #ViolentProtests

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New York firm operates eco-friendly vessel to ship goods | Money Talks

New York firm operates eco-friendly vessel to ship goods | Money Talks

Bitcoin mining surge worsens global e-waste pileup | Money Talk

Bitcoin mining surge worsens global e-waste pileup | Money Talk

African firms seek more business with Turkish counterparts  |  Money Talks

African firms seek more business with Turkish counterparts | Money Talks

SpaceX launches first all-civilian crew into orbit | Money Talks

SpaceX launches first all-civilian crew into orbit | Money Talks

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World Bank halts influential report after ethics investigation | Money Talks

World Bank halts influential report after ethics investigation | Money Talks

Turkish central bank studies benefits of digital currency | Money Talks

Turkish central bank studies benefits of digital currency | Money Talks

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Turkish Central Bank studies benefits of digital currency  | Money Talks

Turkish Central Bank studies benefits of digital currency | Money Talks

UN body says global economy will grow 5.3% this year | Money Talks

UN body says global economy will grow 5.3% this year | Money Talks

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