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Xiaomi Announces 'Redmi Pro' Smartphone With 5.5-Inch OLED Display and Dual-Lens Camera

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

Other than these features, the Redmi Pro also has a 4050 mAh battery, a USB Type-C charging port, up to 4GB of RAM and 128GB internal memory, an expected fingerprint sensor for biometric security, and three color options: gold, grey, and silver. 463 more words

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Xiaomi announces full-metal OLED-equipped 5.5-inch Redmi Pro smartphone

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

Xiaomi announces full-metal OLED-equipped 5.5-inch Redmi Pro smartphone

Xiaomi announced the newest addition to its Redmi range today, the Redmi Pro. As you can probably tell from the name, the Redmi Pro is a step up from other Redmi devices and packs some surprisingly high-end features to make it stand out from its predecessors. 222 more words

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China June industrial profits rise 5.1% year-on-year

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Profits earned by China’s industrial firms rose 5.1 per cent in June from the year earlier, quickening from May and suggesting a government spending spree is helping steady the economy. 136 more words

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China's Currency War

When China moves to lower the value of the yuan, others in the developing world follow suit. China’s currency moves also come at a critical time for the yuan: it was recently placed into the… 380 more words

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Two Long Term Concerns Stand Taller then Brexit

Two articles in this weekend’s US print editions of the Wall Street Journal and Financial Times highlight the real concerns that threaten global growth, far more so than the ministrations of (hopefully) rational politicians soon to embroil in Brexit negotiations. 412 more words

Was Brexit Engineered?

What if Brexit wasn’t the surprise super-shock to the British establishment that it has been made out to be, but rather a carefully designed and deployed cloaked strategy to effect a realignment away from the USA / NATO axis and towards a Chinese hard Yuan future? 5,427 more words

MasterCard may apply for China payment license this year

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

MasterCard Inc hopes to apply this year to become a payment service provider in China after the government opened the market, but the company is still weighing whether to do so alone or with a partner, senior executives said on Friday. 384 more words

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