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CARACAS, Jan 10 (Reuters) - Venezuela's Hugo Chavez ordered soldiers to seek out businesses that raise prices after a sharp devaluation of the bolivar currency last week, saying he will expropriate firms that engage in price gouging.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. healthcare bill promises benefits now and delays the payback until later, a politically savvy short-term move that may have long-run economic repercussions.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chile's mines escaped serious damage and struggled back to normal on Monday, two days after a massive earthquake shut nearly a quarter of the top producer's copper output, but the disruption of power supplies threatened to slow the recovery.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Chile's mines and seaports were struggling to get up and running early Monday, two days after a massive earthquake disrupted commodity production in the world's top copper supplier, as damage to the power grid hindered a return to normal operations.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's new stimulus plan directs government assistance to some of the strongest parts of the economy without solving the biggest problem: finding work for the 14.9 million unemployed.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner sought to convince skeptical U.S. lawmakers on Thursday he was taking a tougher line on China's currency and trade policies, but Beijing warned that pressure from
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republicans' big victories in Congress could compel a second look at parts of President Barack Obama's sweeping healthcare overhaul, but any changes will be subtle and a far cry from the blanket repeal vowed by party leaders.
PARIS (Reuters) - One of the few certainties about the H1N1 swine flu virus is that it would have to turn much deadlier than it seems right now to cause a major drop in global economic output.