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· Rijksmuseum given unique painting to remember virus victims →
Neither Haboldt nor the Rijksmuseum put a price on the painting but a larger work by Spranger carried a tag of €5.5 million (RM26.27 million) at Tefaf, the NRC said.
· US ends waivers for nations in Iran nuclear deal →
But the Trump administration until now had issued waivers to allow companies, primarily from Russia, to keep carrying out the work of the agreement without risking legal ramifications in the world's largest economy.
The New York Times
· Julián Castro: ‘It’s a Totally Porous Safety Net’ →
I want to make sure that we’re lifting up people who are going to carry on the focus on the most vulnerable communities and ensuring prosperity for everybody in this country.
The New York Times
· Trump’s Convention Coronation Will Go On, Coronavirus or Not →
North Carolina is a top presidential battleground, one Mr. Trump carried in 2016 by less than four percentage points and which looks as though it might go for Joe Biden this year.
· Fintech regulations in Latin America could fuel growth or freeze out startups →
The law covers most fintech activities, including crowdfunding, virtual wallet, transactions carried out with cryptocurrencies and open banking.
· Commentary: Immunity passports could help restart the economy →
This means they could potentially be carrying SARS-CoV-2 – the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 – but won’t develop the disease of COVID-19, and are therefore less likely to pass it on.
· Commentary: Contact tracing aside, you should worry if you have to report your whereabouts to your boss after work →
Employers could also introduce wearable technology – a watch, lanyard or pen-shaped trackers that employees can carry with them during working hours.
· Coronavirus threatens China's Belt and Road loans →
They tend to carry higher interest rates and shorter maturities, requiring refinancing every couple years.
· Genesis Energy LP: Too Risky For The Current Environment →
As the struggles in the oil and gas sector may not be over, there are ways of gaining exposure to midstream companies that carry less risk.
· McMillions review – a rip-roaring romp around the McDonald's Monopoly scandal →
It is the characters who carry the series, which is remarkably unstylish in execution and rushes through parts of the investigation where you might have preferred it to linger, and lingers where you might have preferred it to pick up the pace a little.