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Euro Banknote Artist Fears Redesign Could Revive Rivalries

Twenty years after arriving in Europeans’ wallets, euro banknotes will get a new look with help from the public, a process officials hope will make citizens feel closer to the single currency. But the Austrian artist behind the original banknotes fears the redesign could spark national rivalries, something he painstakingly tried to avoid with neutral …

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Could 5G Affect Air Travel? Airbus And Boeing Ask Biden To Delay Release

Airbus and Boeing, two major airplane manufacturers, asked the Biden administration to delay the rollout of 5G cell service on Jan. 5, 2022, in a letter sent to Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg. According to the BBC, Airbus wrote in a statement that ÔÇťAirbus and Boeing have been working with other aviation industry stakeholders in the …

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Could Video Games Bring NFTs To The Masses?

A year ago, NFTs were obscure virtual assets known only to tech geeks — but as video game companies enter the growing market, industry players hope they’re poised to go mainstream. Short for “non-fungible tokens”, NFTs are digital items whose certificates of authenticity and ownership are registered on blockchains, the technology behind cryptocurrencies. From art …

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Omicron And Tapering Could Take Global Markets On A Wild Ride

The spread of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 when the Federal Reserve and the ECB are rolling back bond purchases will add uncertainty to global markets already on edge by fears of stagflation — a situation of slower growth and rising inflation. Omicron could make the problem of stagflation worse by magnifying supply chain bottlenecks, …

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Rebels Say Ethiopia Capital Could Fall Within Weeks As US Plans To Send Envoy

Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa could fall within “months if not weeks”, an Oromo group allied with Tigrayan rebels told AFP Wednesday, as Washington announced it would send a US envoy to the country to hold talks. The Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), which has been fighting Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s government for a year, has …

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