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Friday July 25, 2014

    Nicaragua Canal project seen having geopolitical, not just trade implications

      By Guillermo Háskel / Herald Staff

    By Guillermo Haskel

    If it materializes, it will siphon off traffic from the Panama Canal, and China would have a stronger geopolitical influence in Nicaragua, a diplomatic source says.

    Best way to stop Somali pirates? Better roads

      By Anja Shortland and Federico Varese / Special to the Washington Post Agency

    China-based Alibaba retailer nears SEC assent, biggest IPO causes few US ripples

      By Bloomberg News via Washington Post / Agency

    BMWs made in South Carolina surge as biggest US auto export

      By Bloomberg News via Washington Post & Reuters

    China studies floating gas plants for South China Sea

      By Reuters with Bloomberg News via Washington Post

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