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G7 leaders agree to lend Ukraine billions backed by Russia's frozen assets. Here's how it will work

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Discount retailer Dollar Tree says it's looking at strategic options for the Family Dollar stores that it owns, including a possible sale of the segment.

Incoming Mexican administration pledges to reduce budget deficit, as markets recover from shock

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s treasury secretary pledged Tuesday to bring down the federal budget deficits in coming years, after the country suffered .

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Mining giant BHP pledges to invest in South Africa economy as it seeks support for Anglo bid

LONDON (AP) — Australian mining giant BHP Group on Wednesday pledged to invest in South Africa's economy as it seeks support for a 38.6 billion pound ($49.3 billion) bid to acquire Anglo American, which was founded in the country more than a century ago and remains one of its biggest employers.

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