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North American Q2 cocoa grind rises 3.7% vs year ago -NCA
NEW YORK, July 18 (Reuters) - North American cocoa grindings rose in the second quarter of 2019 to 123,731 tonnes, up 3.7% from the same period a year earlier, according to data from the National Confectioners Association (NCA) on Thursday.
Court rejects bid to suspend part of Canadian province's religious symbols ban
TORONTO (Reuters) - A court in the Canadian province of Quebec on Thursday rejected a bid to suspend parts of a new provincial law that bans public sector employees from wearing religious symbols to work.
Canadian police nab nine suspected members of powerful Mafia clan
OTTAWA/ROME, July 18 (Reuters) - Canadian police on Thursday said they had arrested nine suspected members of a powerful Mafia clan with roots in southern Italy involved in money laundering and illegal gambling in the Toronto area, seizing C$35 million ($26.8 million) in assets, including five Ferraris.
Can F1 team mates be real mates? Why not, say McLaren drivers
LONDON (Reuters) - Can team mates be good mates in Formula One? McLaren rookie Lando Norris and Spaniard Carlos Sainz see no reason why not -- even if others have their doubts about how long that will last once the stakes are raised.
Separatists in Canada's Quebec 'potential spoiler' for Trudeau in October poll
MONTREAL (Reuters) - Separatists in the Canadian province of Quebec are making a comeback after years in the doldrums and could regain enough strength to endanger Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's bid to retain power in a federal election this October.
UPDATE 3-Union Pacific cost cuts sheltered profit amid freight slowdown
July 18 (Reuters) - Union Pacific Corp on Thursday reported a quarterly profit that beat Wall Street estimates, as the U.S. railroad operator cut costs and raised rates to overcome disruptions from record floods in the Midwest and ongoing U.S.-China trade tensions.
Exclusive: Canada warns U.S. against drug import plans, citing shortage concerns
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada opposes any U.S. plans to buy Canadian prescription drugs that might threaten the country's drug supply or raise costs for its own citizens, officials have told U.S. authorities, in a new setback to the Trump administration's efforts to tackle high drug prices, according to documents obtained by Reuters.
Canada says it is close to deal with EU on possible fix to WTO deadlock
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada and the European Union are close to agreeing a possible temporary solution to a U.S. block on appeals in disputes at the World Trade Organization (WTO), Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday.
Union Pacific quarterly profit beats estimates on price gains
(Reuters) - Union Pacific Corp
on Thursday reported a quarterly profit that beat Wall Street estimates, as the U.S. railroad operator cut costs and raised prices to overcome the effects of severe flooding in the Midwest and ongoing U.S.-China trade tensions.
Airbus closes in on Air France jetliner deal: sources
LONDON (Reuters) - Airbus
is close to a deal worth billions of dollars to sell dozens of A320neo-family and smaller A220 aircraft to Air France as the French network carries out a keenly awaited renewal of its medium-haul fleet, industry sources said.
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