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TORONTO _ Countries such as Canada and the United States may impose a ``carbon tariff'' on goods from China and other developing countries in the next few years, a move that could bring manufacturing jobs back to North America, CIBC World Markets predicts.
NEW YORK _ Oil futures traded in a narrow range Thursday as the U.S. dollar stabilized against the euro, giving energy investors a reason to take profits from the previous session's big rally.
RESIDENTS will be able to sell excess solar electricity back into the grid after legislation was passed in State Parliament last night.
Rain washed away the happy faces of Smith International's shareholders this morning after the oil services company announced
Governments across the developing world are scrambling to boost farm imports and restrict exports in an attempt to forestall rising food prices and social unrest.
I HAVE to confess, I don’t drink much California pinot noir. The prevailing thick, fruit-and-oak-drenched style, often with a touch of sweetness, does not appeal to me.
As the U.S. braces for a possible economic slowdown, Stamford, Conn.-based research firm Gartner (NYSE: IT) cut its growth outlook for PC sales from the previous year.

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