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Health

  • Sen. Tim Scott’s memoir ‘America’ is coming in August
    Sen. Tim Scott’s memoir ‘America’ is coming in August

    Sen. Tim Scott has a memoir this summer that he says will explain two words that shaped his life: hope and liberation.
    New York (AP) – Sen. Tim Scott has a memoir this summer that he says will explain two words that shaped his life: hope and liberation.

    The South Carolina Republican said in a statement issued Tuesday through its publisher Thomas Nelson, “No matter how great the darkness, these truths always illuminate the way home.” “And while there are difficult moments in this book, more than anything else, I try to tell a story full of life’s beauty, magic and wonder. Because How that’s. live we have
    Thomas Nelson, an imprint of HarperCollins Christian Publishing, has announced that Scott’s “America, a Redemption Story” is set for release in August. Scott is ready for re-election in November

    . He was elected to Charleston City Council in 1995 and grew steadily for the next two decades, joining the U.S. Senate in 2013 when the then Govt. Nicki Haley chose him to replace retired Jim Demint.

    . He was a keynote speaker at the 2020 Republican National Convention and responded to President Joe Biden’s first speech to Congress this year.

Economy

  • China’s Xi warns of spillover if big economy ‘breaks on the slam’
    China’s Xi warns of spillover if big economy ‘breaks on the slam’

    China has warned the United States and Europe against a sharp rise in interest rates that would “break the slam” of a global recovery from the epidemic.

    The central bank should maintain financial stimulus or take risks of “serious economic consequences” from the impact of the fallout and developing markets being hurt.

    In a virtual speech at the opening of the Davos Agenda of the World Economic Forum, Chinese President Xi Jinping said that policymakers should strengthen economic policy coordination and formulate policies to prevent the global economy from sinking again at a time when global inflation is at risk.

    “We must do everything necessary to remove the shadow of the epidemic and for economic and social recovery and development,” he said.

    Economies break down or make big U-turns in their monetary policy, there will be serious negative spillovers. They will pose a challenge to global and economic stability, and developing countries will suffer. “

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