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Africa is quickly becoming one of the business world’s most supercharged areas, with a burgeoning startup scene, expansive infrastructure projects, and capital pouring in from across the world. In this series, Quicktake Originals takes an in-depth look at the domestic and international projects that are shaping modern Africa, and their implications for the global economy.
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Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts Reaches Labor Deal With Workers
Trump Has Steered Himself Into a Legal Morass
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Ghislaine Maxwell Says ‘Sorry’ But Deflects Blame for Abuse at Sentencing
The Legal Obstacle to Federal Abortion Efforts After Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade Ruling
Exxon, Shell Partner With Cnooc on China Carbon Capture Project
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Climate Migration Pushes Bangladesh’s Megacity to the Brink
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‘Bitcoin Jesus’ Roger Ver Spars With Crypto Exchange CoinFlex Over Margin Call
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India’s largest digital assets exchanges are bracing for a drawn-out crypto winter — one with some unwelcome local twists. 
With token prices plummeting, customers unable to transfer money to their accounts and a dreaded transaction tax on cryptocurrencies just around the corner, exchanges like Binance-backed WazirX have put expansion plans on the back burner. 


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