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  • The euro remained hostage to headlines out of Europe, but the Greek cabinet's approval of the referendum plan appeared to help the currency as well as the Australian dollar recoup earlier losses.

    Asia Markets Slip on Greece

  • Ms. Doraiswamy said the plan to apply for banking license will require the cabinet's approval.

    India Postal Department Plans To Seek Banking License

  • Ms. Tymoshenko was convicted of approving a gas deal with Mr. Putin in 2009 without her cabinet's approval.

    The Rise and Fall of Yulia Tymoshenko

  • The cabinet's proposed changes to the military portion of the document will do little to satisfy the Brotherhood and their Islamist allies, whose chief preoccupation is with the military's ambition to exercise final oversight constitutional drafting process.

    Protesters Clash With Egyptian Police in Wake of Massive Islamist Rally

  • The information and broadcasting ministry will now have to obtain the federal cabinet's clearance to amend the rules governing the segment.

    India Set to Raise Bar on Foreign Investment in FM Radio

  • At the cabinet's four corners are mysterious, masked faces reminiscent of Carnival time estimate: €400,000-€600,000.

    The Soul of a French Palace

  • Meanwhile, the cabinet's decision to reverse the decision announced last week to stop issuing tourist visas upon arrival to individual visitors was welcomed by tourism officials.

    Egypt Curbs Media After Cairo Melee

  • The cabinet's voluntary salary reduction comes ahead of a proposed 7.8% average cut in the salaries of 500,000 civil servants on the central government's payroll—a move expected to save the government about ¥290 billion annually.

    Japan Premier to Take Pay Cuts to Help Fund Disaster Budget

  • Trade and Industry Minister Yoshio Hachiro became the fledgling cabinet's first casualty when he quit Saturday after calling the evacuated areas around the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant "a town of death" on Friday and joking Thursday about radiation with reporters.

    Minister's Gaffe Hits Japan

  • It would depend on the cabinet's negotiating skills, said Rinus van Schendelen , professor in political science at Erasmus University Rotterdam.

    Poll Test Looms for Dutch Government

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