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Day: November 15, 2017

Telix Pharmaceuticals Limited Lists on the Australian Securities Exchange

MELBOURNE, Australia, Nov. 15, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Telix Pharmaceuticals Limited (ASX.TLX) (“Telix”, the “Company”), an Australian biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of diagnostic and therapeutic products based on targeted radiopharmaceuticals or “molecularly-targeted radiation” (MTR), has today listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) after raising $50 million in a fully underwritten Initial Public […]

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Sabina Gold & Silver Announces Financial Results for the Quarter Ended September 30, 2017

$38.5 million at September 30, 2017 in cash and equivalents VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 14, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Sabina Gold & Silver Corp. (“Sabina”) or (the “Company”) (TSX:SBB) reports the financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2017. “With the positive recommendation received from the Nunavut Impact Review Board (“NIRB”) in July, the […]

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Denver Colorado, Nov. 14, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — PRESS RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:                       MEDIA CONTACT: November 14, 2017                                                    Heather Leigh, Public Relations & Communications Director                                                                                     720-443-7314,  Denver, CO,— Scrum Alliance® — the largest, best established, and most influential professional membership organization and certifying body in the Agile community — is excited to be the lead sponsor […]

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Mexico Buys Indonesias N219 Plane

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The Mexican government has agreed to buy N219 aircraft and radioisotopes made in Indonesia. The agreement was reached in a bilateral consultation forum between the two nations in Mexico City on November 10-12.In the 6th Bilateral Co…

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Trump Reviews Asia Trip, Says US Global Standing ‘Never Been Stronger’

President Donald Trump said Wednesday that “America’s standing in the world has never been stronger” after his just-completed two-week trip to Asia.

Trump stood in the White House and gave a recap of his five-nation tour, which he called “historic” and a “tremendous success.”

“Everywhere we went, our foreign host greeted the American delegation … with incredible warmth, hospitality and, most importantly, respect.”

Along with a handful of trade and investment deals with China, South Korea, Japan, Vietnam and the Philippines, Trump said he and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed there could be no “freeze for freeze” agreement with North Korea. That is a deal in which the North would freeze its nuclear program if the U.S. and South Korea froze military exercises on the peninsula.

Trump said Xi recognized that a nuclearized North Korea is a “grave threat” to China.

Trump said past deals with the North by previous U.S. administrations had “consistently failed.” He said while all options remained on the table in dealing with Pyongyang, time was running out.

Targeting trade deficit

On trade, Trump said the U.S. was going to start “whittling down” its trade deficit with Asia as fast as possible.

He said insisting on fair and reciprocal trade with America’s Asian partners was one of the goals of his trip.

The president said unfair trading practices that steal U.S. intellectual property and jobs could not be tolerated.

Trump took a swipe at his predecessors in the White House, saying they had failed to protect and promote the interests of the American people, as he repeated his promise to put U.S. interests first.

“We will never again turn a blind eye to … cheating,” he said, referring to longtime accusations that trading partners have violated trade deals and rules.

China has been on the receiving end of many of Trump’s past complaints. Some of the president’s critics said he was not forceful enough in making those concerns known when he came face to face last week with Xi.

Trump made no mention of human rights during Wednesday’s speech, and except for North Korea, the topic scarcely emerged during his Asian visit � including in the Philippines, where President Rodrigo Duterte has been accused of encouraging extrajudicial police killings of suspected drug users and dealers.

Source: Voice of America

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