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INDIA-MODI/CORRUPTION
RTX2SY2D
November 10, 2016
A man counts 500 and 1000 Indian rupee banknotes before depositing them in a bank in Mumbai, India, November...
Mumbai, India
A man counts 500 and 1000 Indian rupee banknotes before depositing them in a bank in Mumbai
A man counts 500 and 1000 Indian rupee banknotes before depositing them in a bank in Mumbai, India, November 10, 2016. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
INDIA-MODI/CORRUPTION
RTX2SXJV
November 10, 2016
A man counts 500 and 1000 Indian rupee banknotes outside a branch of Bank of India in Mumbai, India,...
Mumbai, India
A man counts 500 and 1000 Indian rupee banknotes outside a branch of Bank of India in Mumbai
A man counts 500 and 1000 Indian rupee banknotes outside a branch of Bank of India in Mumbai, India, November 10, 2016. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
ECB-POLICY/DENMARK
RTR4MJGP
January 22, 2015
People pass a currency exchange office at the main station in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish...
Copenhagen, Denmark
People pass a currency exchange office at the main station in Copenhagen
People pass a currency exchange office at the main station in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish central bank cut its key policy rate on Thursday for the second time this week to defend the crown's peg to the euro after the European Central Bank unveiled a stimulus package that weakened the single currency. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
ECB-POLICY/DENMARK
RTR4MJGM
January 22, 2015
A waitress poses with some coins in front of a cash-box of Danish crowns in a pub in Copenhagen, January...
Copenhagen, Denmark
A waitress poses with some coins in front of a cash-box of Danish crowns in a pub in Copenhagen
A waitress poses with some coins in front of a cash-box of Danish crowns in a pub in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish central bank cut its key policy rate on Thursday for the second time this week to defend the crown's peg to the euro after the European Central Bank unveiled a stimulus package that weakened the single currency. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
ECB-POLICY/DENMARK
RTR4MJGJ
January 22, 2015
Coins in a cash-box of Danish crowns are pictured in a pub in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Coins in a cash-box of Danish crowns are pictured in a pub in Copenhagen
Coins in a cash-box of Danish crowns are pictured in a pub in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish central bank cut its key policy rate on Thursday for the second time this week to defend the crown's peg to the euro after the European Central Bank unveiled a stimulus package that weakened the single currency. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
ECB-POLICY/DENMARK
RTR4MJGH
January 22, 2015
A woman passes cash-machines in downtown Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish central bank cut its...
Copenhagen, Denmark
A woman passes cash-machines in downtown Copenhagen
A woman passes cash-machines in downtown Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish central bank cut its key policy rate on Thursday for the second time this week to defend the crown's peg to the euro after the European Central Bank unveiled a stimulus package that weakened the single currency. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
ECB-POLICY/DENMARK
RTR4MJGE
January 22, 2015
Coins in a cash-box of Danish crowns are pictured in a pub in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Coins in a cash-box of Danish crowns are pictured in a pub in Copenhagen
Coins in a cash-box of Danish crowns are pictured in a pub in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish central bank cut its key policy rate on Thursday for the second time this week to defend the crown's peg to the euro after the European Central Bank unveiled a stimulus package that weakened the single currency. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
ECB-POLICY/DENMARK
RTR4MI6U
January 22, 2015
Two men leave the entrance of the Danish central bank, also known as Danish Nationalbank, in Copenhagen,...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Two men leave the entrance of the Danish central bank, also known as Danish Nationalbank, in Copenhagen...
Two men leave the entrance of the Danish central bank, also known as Danish Nationalbank, in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish central bank cut its key policy rate on Thursday for the second time this week to defend the crown's peg to the euro after the European Central Bank unveiled a stimulus package that weakened the single currency. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
ECB-POLICY/DENMARK
RTR4MI6K
January 22, 2015
The Danish central bank, also known as Danish Nationalbank, is seen in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015....
Copenhagen, Denmark
The Danish central bank, also known as Danish Nationalbank, is seen in Copenhagen
The Danish central bank, also known as Danish Nationalbank, is seen in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish central bank cut its key policy rate on Thursday for the second time this week to defend the crown's peg to the euro after the European Central Bank unveiled a stimulus package that weakened the single currency. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
ECB-POLICY/DENMARK
RTR4MI66
January 22, 2015
A cyclist passes the entrance of the Danish central bank, also known as Danish Nationalbank, in Copenhagen,...
Copenhagen, Denmark
A cyclist passes the entrance of the Danish central bank, also known as Danish Nationalbank, in Copenhagen...
A cyclist passes the entrance of the Danish central bank, also known as Danish Nationalbank, in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish central bank cut its key policy rate on Thursday for the second time this week to defend the crown's peg to the euro after the European Central Bank unveiled a stimulus package that weakened the single currency. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
ECB-POLICY/DENMARK
RTR4MI4W
January 22, 2015
A bull statue is pictured in an office at Danish Saxo bank in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish...
Copenhagen, Germany
A bull statue is pictured in an office at Danish Saxo bank in Copenhagen
A bull statue is pictured in an office at Danish Saxo bank in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish central bank cut its key policy rate on Thursday for the second time this week to defend the crown's peg to the euro after the European Central Bank unveiled a stimulus package that weakened the single currency. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
ECB-POLICY/DENMARK
RTR4MI4S
January 22, 2015
A bull statue is pictured in an office at Danish Saxo bank in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish...
Copenhagen, Germany
A bull statue is pictured in an office at Danish Saxo bank in Copenhagen
A bull statue is pictured in an office at Danish Saxo bank in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish central bank cut its key policy rate on Thursday for the second time this week to defend the crown's peg to the euro after the European Central Bank unveiled a stimulus package that weakened the single currency. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
ECB-POLICY/DENMARK
RTR4MI4A
January 22, 2015
A bear statue is pictured in an office at Danish Saxo bank in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish...
Copenhagen, Germany
A bear statue is pictured in an office at Danish Saxo bank in Copenhagen
A bear statue is pictured in an office at Danish Saxo bank in Copenhagen, January 22, 2015. The Danish central bank cut its key policy rate on Thursday for the second time this week to defend the crown's peg to the euro after the European Central Bank unveiled a stimulus package that weakened the single currency. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDIA-LIC/
RTR46PN8
September 18, 2014
An exterior view of Life Insurance Corporation of India's (LIC) headquarters is seen in Mumbai September...
Mumbai, India
An exterior view of LIC's headquarters is seen in Mumbai
An exterior view of Life Insurance Corporation of India's (LIC) headquarters is seen in Mumbai September 18, 2014. LIC Chairman S. K. Roy said he was "very bullish" about the banking, pharmaceutical, metals and IT outsourcing sectors because of expectations for a cyclical recovery and a stabilising rupee currency. Roy added LIC was headed for a "very good year", both in terms of its market investments and its core insurance business. The chairman said he expected growth of 12 percent in insurance premiums this fiscal year, in line with 13.4 percent last year. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDIA-ECONOMY/BUDGET
RTX166A4
December 06, 2013
A cashier counts Indian rupee currency notes inside a bank in Mumbai December 6, 2013. A recovery in...
Mumbai, India
A cashier counts Indian rupee currency notes inside a bank in Mumbai
A cashier counts Indian rupee currency notes inside a bank in Mumbai December 6, 2013. A recovery in the rupee is giving India's Finance Minister P. Chidambaram rare relief in his battle against a threatened credit rating downgrade to junk status by reducing pressure on the government's subsidy bill. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CARLSBERG-RESULTS/
RTX15BDB
November 13, 2013
Old brew kettles are pictured at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen November 5, 2013. Danish brewer...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Old brew kettles are pictured at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen
Old brew kettles are pictured at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen November 5, 2013. Danish brewer Carlsberg reported falling operating profit in the third quarter November 13, 2013, with eastern European sales hurt by falling consumption in Russia and much-needed Asian revenue stalled due to currency movements. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
CARLSBERG-RESULTS/
RTX15BCJ
November 13, 2013
Old brew kettles are pictured at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen November 5, 2013. Danish brewer...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Old brew kettles are pictured at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen
Old brew kettles are pictured at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen November 5, 2013. Danish brewer Carlsberg reported falling operating profit in the third quarter November 13, 2013, with eastern European sales hurt by falling consumption in Russia and much-needed Asian revenue stalled due to currency movements. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
CARLSBERG-RESULTS/
RTX15BCH
November 13, 2013
Old brew kettles are pictured at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen November 5, 2013. Danish brewer...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Old brew kettles are pictured at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen
Old brew kettles are pictured at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen November 5, 2013. Danish brewer Carlsberg reported falling operating profit in the third quarter November 13, 2013, with eastern European sales hurt by falling consumption in Russia and much-needed Asian revenue stalled due to currency movements. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
CARLSBERG-RESULTS/
RTX15BCC
November 13, 2013
People walk through the so-called 'Elephant Gate' at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen November...
Copenhagen, Denmark
People walk through the so-called 'Elephant Gate' at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen
People walk through the so-called 'Elephant Gate' at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen November 5, 2013. Danish brewer Carlsberg reported falling operating profit in the third quarter November 13, 2013, with eastern European sales hurt by falling consumption in Russia and much-needed Asian revenue stalled due to currency movements. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
CARLSBERG-RESULTS/
RTX15BCA
November 13, 2013
General view of Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen, November 5, 2013. Danish brewer Carlsberg reported...
Copenhagen, Denmark
General view of Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen
General view of Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen, November 5, 2013. Danish brewer Carlsberg reported falling operating profit in the third quarter November 13, 2013, with eastern European sales hurt by falling consumption in Russia and much-needed Asian revenue stalled due to currency movements. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
CARLSBERG-RESULTS/
RTX15BC6
November 13, 2013
General view of Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen, November 5, 2013. Danish brewer Carlsberg reported...
Copenhagen, Denmark
General view of Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen
General view of Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen, November 5, 2013. Danish brewer Carlsberg reported falling operating profit in the third quarter November 13, 2013, with eastern European sales hurt by falling consumption in Russia and much-needed Asian revenue stalled due to currency movements. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
CARLSBERG-RESULTS/
RTX15BC5
November 13, 2013
General view of Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen, November 5, 2013. Danish brewer Carlsberg reported...
Copenhagen, Denmark
General view of Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen
General view of Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen, November 5, 2013. Danish brewer Carlsberg reported falling operating profit in the third quarter November 13, 2013, with eastern European sales hurt by falling consumption in Russia and much-needed Asian revenue stalled due to currency movements. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
CARLSBERG-RESULTS/
RTX15BC2
November 13, 2013
Carlsberg beer bottles are pictured in a beer museum at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen, November...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Carlsberg beer bottles are pictured in a beer museum at the Carlsberg headquarterS in Copenhagen
Carlsberg beer bottles are pictured in a beer museum at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen, November 5, 2013. Danish brewer Carlsberg reported falling operating profit in the third quarter November 13, 2013, with eastern European sales hurt by falling consumption in Russia and much-needed Asian revenue stalled due to currency movements. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
CARLSBERG-RESULTS/
RTX15BC1
November 13, 2013
Carlsberg beer bottles are pictured in a beer museum at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen, November...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Carlsberg beer bottles are pictured in a beer museum at the Carlsberg headquarterS in Copenhagen
Carlsberg beer bottles are pictured in a beer museum at the Carlsberg headquarters in Copenhagen, November 5, 2013. Danish brewer Carlsberg reported falling operating profit in the third quarter November 13, 2013, with eastern European sales hurt by falling consumption in Russia and much-needed Asian revenue stalled due to currency movements. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (DENMARK - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDIA-ECONOMY/INFLATION-ONIONS
RTX13R08
September 19, 2013
Boman Kohinoor (3rd L), the 91-year-old co-owner of the Britannia and Co. restaurant, waits for customers...
Mumbai, India
Kohinoor, the co-owner of the Britannia and Co. restaurant, waits for customers in Mumbai
Boman Kohinoor (3rd L), the 91-year-old co-owner of the Britannia and Co. restaurant, waits for customers in Mumbai September 19, 2013. The aroma of frying onions from the Britannia and Co. restaurant might not penetrate the office of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan a block away, but like the eatery's customers, he can't escape the soaring price of the pungent vegetable. The price of onions has added to Rajan's already full plate as the new RBI head wrestles over how to help stabilise the rupee currency and tackle inflation without further dampening economic growth. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS)
INDIA-ECONOMY/EXPORTS
RTX13EPJ
September 09, 2013
A roadside vendor sells a pair of shoes on a street in Srinagar September 5, 2013. The shoes are imported...
Srinagar, India
A roadside vendor sells a pair of shoes on a street in Srinagar
A roadside vendor sells a pair of shoes on a street in Srinagar September 5, 2013. The shoes are imported from China and range from 250-500 rupees ($4-7), the seller said. The upside of the Indian rupee's slump is an export boom that sets the economy straight, right? Wrong. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh echoed classical economic theory when he told parliament last month that the plunging rupee, which has lost 18 percent against the dollar since selling pressure picked up in May, would spur exports and discourage imports. Some industries are bracing for a depreciation bonanza and exports are already climbing. They rose at a double-digit pace over a year earlier in the last two months, but for a hosts of reasons, Asia's third-largest economy is unlikely to see the sort of sustained export-led revival that nursed the Tiger economies to the east back to health after the 1997 crisis decimated their currencies. To go with Insight INDIA-ECONOMY/EXPORTS Picture taken September 5, 2013. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: BUSINESS)
US-INDIA-MARKETS/
RTX12SC8
August 21, 2013
A price tag is seen on a pair of jeans as a salesman climbs to take out a shirt for a customer inside...
Mumbai, India
A price tag is seen on a pair of jeans as a salesman climbs to take out a shirt for a customer inside...
A price tag is seen on a pair of jeans as a salesman climbs to take out a shirt for a customer inside a shop in Mumbai August 21, 2013. The Indian rupee plunged to a record low on Wednesday on heavy dollar demand from importers and as traders fretted over mixed signals from the central bank over its efforts to prop up the currency without choking off economic growth. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
US-INDIA-MARKETS/
RTX12SC5
August 21, 2013
An Indian rupee currency note is seen next to the portrait of the Hindu Goddess of wealth Laxmi inside...
Mumbai, India
An Indian rupee currency note is seen next to the portrait of the Hindu Goddess of wealth Laxmi inside...
An Indian rupee currency note is seen next to the portrait of the Hindu Goddess of wealth Laxmi inside a shop in Mumbai August 21, 2013. The Indian rupee plunged to a record low on Wednesday on heavy dollar demand from importers and as traders fretted over mixed signals from the central bank over its efforts to prop up the currency without choking off economic growth. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS RELIGION SOCIETY)
INDIA-ECONOMY/FOREX
RTX12QJA
August 19, 2013
A customer walks past an advertisement for a foreign currency exchange facility at a bank in Mumbai August...
Mumbai, India
A customer walks past an advertisement for a foreign currency exchange facility at a bank in Mumbai
A customer walks past an advertisement for a foreign currency exchange facility at a bank in Mumbai August 19, 2013. India should use foreign exchange reserves to help stabilise the rupee, World Bank chief economist Kaushik Basu said in a lecture in New Delhi on Monday, after the currency hit a record low of 62.46 against the dollar on the same morning. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDIA-ECONOMY/RUPEE
RTX12B3T
August 05, 2013
A cashier counts Indian rupee currency notes inside a bank in Mumbai August 5, 2013. Mixed signals from...
Mumbai, India
A cashier counts Indian rupee currency notes inside a bank in Mumbai
A cashier counts Indian rupee currency notes inside a bank in Mumbai August 5, 2013. Mixed signals from India's central bank and the government over how to handle the fall in the rupee has contributed to its decline, investors say. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDIA-HEDGEFUNDS/
RTXZ310
April 28, 2013
Kalpesh Kinariwala, chief executive officer of CapVeda, poses in his office in Mumbai March 22, 2013....
Mumbai, India
Kalpesh Kinariwala, chief executive officer of CapVeda, poses in his office in Mumbai
Kalpesh Kinariwala, chief executive officer of CapVeda, poses in his office in Mumbai March 22, 2013. Local hedge funds are eager to show off double-digit returns in the hopes of drawing wealthy Indians and succeeding where overseas players have failed. Local market knowledge and the lack of foreign currency exposure will favour domestic funds, but it remains to be seen whether Indians would embrace new investment styles in a country that traditionally prefers buying and holding stocks. Picture taken March 22, 2013. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDIA-HEDGEFUNDS/
RTXZ30Z
April 28, 2013
Vaibhav Sanghavi, director at Ambit Capital, poses at his company's headquarters in Mumbai March 22,...
Mumbai, India
Vaibhav Sanghavi, director at Ambit Capital, poses at his company's headquarters in Mumbai
Vaibhav Sanghavi, director at Ambit Capital, poses at his company's headquarters in Mumbai March 22, 2013. Local hedge funds are eager to show off double-digit returns in the hopes of drawing wealthy Indians and succeeding where overseas players have failed. Local market knowledge and the lack of foreign currency exposure will favour domestic funds, but it remains to be seen whether Indians would embrace new investment styles in a country that traditionally prefers buying and holding stocks.Picture taken March 22, 2013. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDIA-HEDGEFUNDS/
RTXZ30Y
April 28, 2013
Kalpesh Kinariwala, chief executive officer of CapVeda, poses in his office in Mumbai March 22, 2013....
Mumbai, India
Kalpesh Kinariwala, chief executive officer of CapVeda, poses in his office in Mumbai
Kalpesh Kinariwala, chief executive officer of CapVeda, poses in his office in Mumbai March 22, 2013. Local hedge funds are eager to show off double-digit returns in the hopes of drawing wealthy Indians and succeeding where overseas players have failed. Local market knowledge and the lack of foreign currency exposure will favour domestic funds, but it remains to be seen whether Indians would embrace new investment styles in a country that traditionally prefers buying and holding stocks. Picture taken March 22, 2013. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDIA-HEDGEFUNDS/
RTXZ30X
April 28, 2013
Vaibhav Sanghavi, director at Ambit Capital, poses at his company's headquarters in Mumbai March 22,...
Mumbai, India
Vaibhav Sanghavi, director at Ambit Capital, poses at his company's headquarters in Mumbai
Vaibhav Sanghavi, director at Ambit Capital, poses at his company's headquarters in Mumbai March 22, 2013. Local hedge funds are eager to show off double-digit returns in the hopes of drawing wealthy Indians and succeeding where overseas players have failed. Local market knowledge and the lack of foreign currency exposure will favour domestic funds, but it remains to be seen whether Indians would embrace new investment styles in a country that traditionally prefers buying and holding stocks. Picture taken March 22, 2013. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
WEF-CHINA/IMF
RTR37T2Q
September 11, 2012
Denmark's Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt (L) speaks as Zhu Min, International Monetary Fund (IMF)...
Tianjin, China
Danish Prime Minister Thorning-Schmidt speaks as Zhu, International Monetary Fund deputy managing director,...
Denmark's Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt (L) speaks as Zhu Min, International Monetary Fund (IMF) deputy managing director, listens during a meeting at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in the Chinese port city of Tianjin September 11, 2012. The euro zone debt crisis still has a long way to go before it ends and Europe needs to keep faith in the single currency, Zhu said on Tuesday. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
SWEDEN/
RTXXF8F
February 03, 2011
Swedish kronor, Norwegian kronor, and Danish kronor notes in various denominations are seen in this photo...
Stockholm, Sweden
Swedish Norwegian and Danish kronor are seen in this photo illustration taken in Stockholm
Swedish kronor, Norwegian kronor, and Danish kronor notes in various denominations are seen in this photo illustration taken in Stockholm February 2, 2011. REUTERS/Bob Strong (SWEDEN - Tags: BUSINESS)
ASIA-INFLATION
RTXW39I
December 30, 2010
A worker counts Indian currency at a fuel station in Mumbai December 30, 2010. Rising oil prices present...
Mumbai, India
A worker counts Indian currency at a fuel station in Mumbai
A worker counts Indian currency at a fuel station in Mumbai December 30, 2010. Rising oil prices present a fresh inflationary headache for Asia and further complicate the task of policymakers grappling with broader price pressures, an uneven growth outlook and surging dollar inflows. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY)
KASHMIR/
RTR2HQS3
August 31, 2010
An Indian army soldier displays a seized Pakistani currency note during a news conference in a garrison...
Srinagar, India
An Indian army soldier displays a seized Pakistani currency note during a news conference in a garrison...
An Indian army soldier displays a seized Pakistani currency note during a news conference in a garrison in Srinagar, August 31, 2010. Indian soldiers on Monday shot dead nine separatist militants trying to cross over from Pakistan into the disputed region of Kashmir where popular protests against Indian rule have mounted in recent weeks. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN-ADMINISTERD KASHMIR - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
INDIA-FUEL
RTR2FP3V
June 25, 2010
An employee counts Indian currency at a fuel station in Mumbai June 25, 2010. India's government has...
Mumbai, India
An employee counts Indian currency at a fuel station in Mumbai
An employee counts Indian currency at a fuel station in Mumbai June 25, 2010. India's government has decided to raise petrol and diesel prices, Oil Minister Murli Deora said on Friday, as part of a plan to move towards a market-determined fuel price regime. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS POLITICS)
RASMUSSEN
RTXK1GV
October 04, 2000
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday'.....
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, September 29, 2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro.
NYRUP
RTXK27E
October 02, 2000
Danish Prime minister Paul Nyrup Rasmussen walks down Copenhagen's main shopping street distributing...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Prime minister Paul Nyrup Rasmussen walks down Copenhagen's main shopping street distributing.....
Danish Prime minister Paul Nyrup Rasmussen walks down Copenhagen's main shopping street distributing red roses ahead of tomorrow's referendum on the Euro, September 27,2000. Most pollscontinue to indicate a narrow victory for the opponents of the European single currency.
DENMARK
RTXK1KB
September 29, 2000
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen (R) and Danish Foreign Minister Niels Helveg Petersen (L)...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen (R) and Danish Foreign Minister Niels Helveg Petersen (L).....
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen (R) and Danish Foreign Minister Niels Helveg Petersen (L) smile at the end of a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, in Copenhagen September 29, 2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro.
NIELSEN
RTXK1KA
September 29, 2000
Danish Socialist People's Party (SF) far-left party leader, and a staunch anti-Euro campaigner, Holger...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Socialist People's Party (SF) far-left party leader, and a staunch anti-Euro campaigner, Hol.....
Danish Socialist People's Party (SF) far-left party leader, and a staunch anti-Euro campaigner, Holger K. Nielsen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, in Copenhagen September 29, 2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro.
NIELSEN
RTXK1K8
September 29, 2000
Danish Socialist People's Party (SF) far-left party leader, and a staunch anti-Euro campaigner, Holger...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Socialist People's Party (SF) far-left party leader, and a staunch anti-Euro campaigner, Hol.....
Danish Socialist People's Party (SF) far-left party leader, and a staunch anti-Euro campaigner, Holger K. Nielsen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, in Copenhagen September 29, 2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro.
RASMUSSEN
RTXK1GZ
September 29, 2000
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday'.....
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, September 29, 2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro.
PETERSEN
RTXK1GY
September 29, 2000
Danish Foreign minister Niels Helveg Petersen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Foreign minister Niels Helveg Petersen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterd.....
Danish Foreign minister Niels Helveg Petersen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, September 29, 2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro.
RASMUSSEN
RTXK0VC
September 29, 2000
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen arrives at the Social Democratic Party headquarters in the...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen arrives at the Social Democratic Party headquarters in th.....
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen arrives at the Social Democratic Party headquarters in the Danish parliament, Christiansborg castle September 28, 2000 on the night of the Danish referendum for the Euro. Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen waves to supporters at the Social Democratic Party headquarters in the Danish parliament, Christiansborg castle September 28,2000. Denmark rejected the euro in an historic referendum on Thursday, with opponents of the single currency saying the vote was a snub to Europe's elite.
RASMUSSEN
RTXK0U2
September 29, 2000
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen waves to supporters at the Social Democratic Party headquarters...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen waves to supporters at the Social Democratic Party headqu.....
Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen waves to supporters at the Social Democratic Party headquarters in the Danish parliament, Christiansborg castle September 28,2000. Denmark rejected the euro in an historic referendum on Thursday, with opponents of the single currency saying the vote was a snub to Europe's elite.
RASMUSSEN
RTXK0RV
September 29, 2000
Danish Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday'.....
Danish Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, September 29,2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro despite support of the government, most mainstream political parties, many union leaders and most national media.
RASMUSSEN
RTXK0RU
September 29, 2000
Danish Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday'.....
Danish Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, September 29,2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro despite support of the government, most mainstream political parties, many union leaders and most national media.
PETERSEN
RTXK0RT
September 29, 2000
Danish foreign minister Niels Helveg Petersen listens to Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen during a...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish foreign minister Niels Helveg Petersen listens to Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen during .....
Danish foreign minister Niels Helveg Petersen listens to Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, September 29,2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro despite support of the government, most mainstream political parties, many union leaders and most national media.
RASMUSSEN
RTXK0RS
September 29, 2000
Danish Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen leaves a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection...
Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen leaves a meeting with the press following yesterday's rej.....
Danish Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen leaves a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, September 29,2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro despite support of the government, most mainstream political parties, many union leaders and most national media.
JELVED
RTXK0RQ
September 29, 2000
Danish Minister of the Economy Marianne Jelved looks around at the start of a meeting of euro zone finance...
Brussels, Belgium
Danish Minister of the Economy Marianne Jelved looks around at the start of a meeting of euro zone f.....
Danish Minister of the Economy Marianne Jelved looks around at the start of a meeting of euro zone finance ministers in Brussels September 29, 2000. The meeting was dominated by Danes' decision not to join the euro single currency in Thursday's referendum.
JELVED
RTXK0RP
September 29, 2000
Danish Minister of the Economy Marianne Jelved poses for photographers at the start of a meeting of euro...
Brussels, Belgium
Danish Minister of the Economy Marianne Jelved poses for photographers at the start of a meeting of .....
Danish Minister of the Economy Marianne Jelved poses for photographers at the start of a meeting of euro zone finance ministers in Brussels September 29, 2000. The meeting was dominated by Danes' decision not to join the euro single currency in Thursday's referendum.
EUROPE ECOFIN
RTR8UTL
September 29, 2000
DANISH MINISTER OF THE ECONOMY JELVED POSES AT THE START OF A MEETING OF EURO ZONE FINANCE MINISTERS...
Brussels, Belgium
DANISH MINISTER OF THE ECONOMY JELVED POSES AT THE START OF A MEETING OF EURO ZONE FINANCE ...
DANISH MINISTER OF THE ECONOMY JELVED POSES AT THE START OF A MEETING OF EURO ZONE FINANCE MINISTERS IN BRUSSELS.


Danish Minister of the Economy Marianne Jelved poses for photographers at the start of a meeting of euro zone finance ministers in Brussels September 29, 2000. The meeting was dominated by Danes' decision not to join the euro single currency in Thursday's referendum.
EUROPE ECOFIN
RTR8UT9
September 29, 2000
DANISH MINISTER OF THE ECONOMY JELVED AT THE START OF A MEETING OF EURO ZONE FINANCE MINISTERS IN BRUSSELS.


Danish...
Brussels, Belgium
DANISH MINISTER OF THE ECONOMY JELVED AT THE START OF A MEETING OF EURO ZONE FINANCE MINISTERS IN ......
DANISH MINISTER OF THE ECONOMY JELVED AT THE START OF A MEETING OF EURO ZONE FINANCE MINISTERS IN BRUSSELS.


Danish Minister of the Economy Marianne Jelved looks around at the start of a meeting of euro zone finance ministers in Brussels September 29, 2000. The meeting was dominated by Danes' decision not to join the euro single currency in Thursday's referendum.
DENMARK POLITICS
RTR8UL2
September 29, 2000
DANISH FOREIGN MINISTER N. HELVEG PETERSEN AT A MEETING WITH THE PRESS FOLLOWING YESTERDAY'S REJECTION...
Copenhagen, Denmark
DANISH FOREIGN MINISTER N. HELVEG PETERSEN AT A MEETING WITH THE PRESS FOLLOWING YESTERDAY'S ...
DANISH FOREIGN MINISTER N. HELVEG PETERSEN AT A MEETING WITH THE PRESS FOLLOWING YESTERDAY'S REJECTION OF THE EURO IN THE DANISH REFERENDUM.


Danish foreign minister Niels Helveg Petersen listens to Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, September 29, 2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro despite support of the government, most mainstream political parties, many union leaders and most national media.
DENMARK POLITICS
RTR8UEM
September 29, 2000
DANISH PM NYRUP RASMUSSEN AT A MEETING WITH THE PRESS FOLLOWING YESTERDAY'S REJECTION OF THE EURO IN...
Copenhagen, Denmark
DANISH PM NYRUP RASMUSSEN AT A MEETING WITH THE PRESS FOLLOWING YESTERDAY'S REJECTION OF THE EURO ......
DANISH PM NYRUP RASMUSSEN AT A MEETING WITH THE PRESS FOLLOWING YESTERDAY'S REJECTION OF THE EURO IN THE DANISH REFERENDUM.


Danish Prime Minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, September 29,2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro despite support of the government, most mainstream political parties, many union leaders and most national media.
DENMARK POLITICS
RTR8UEG
September 29, 2000
DANISH PM NYRUP RASMUSSEN AT A MEETING WITH THE PRESS FOLLOWING YESTERDAY'S REJECTION OF THE EURO IN...
Copenhagen, France
DANISH PM NYRUP RASMUSSEN AT A MEETING WITH THE PRESS FOLLOWING YESTERDAY'S REJECTION OF THE EURO IN...
DANISH PM NYRUP RASMUSSEN AT A MEETING WITH THE PRESS FOLLOWING YESTERDAY'S REJECTION OF THE EURO IN THE DANISH REFERENDUM.


Danish Prime minister Poul Nyrup Rasmussen seen during a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, September 29, 2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro despite support of the government, most mainstream political parties, many union leaders and most national media.
DENMARK POLITICS
RTR8U7P
September 29, 2000
DANISH PM NYRUP RASMUSSEN LEAVES A MEETING WITH THE PRESS FOLLOWING YESTERDAY'S REJECTION OF THE EURO...
Copenhagen, Denmark
DANISH PM NYRUP RASMUSSEN LEAVES A MEETING WITH THE PRESS FOLLOWING YESTERDAY'S REJECTION OF THE ...
DANISH PM NYRUP RASMUSSEN LEAVES A MEETING WITH THE PRESS FOLLOWING YESTERDAY'S REJECTION OF THE EURO IN THE DANISH REFERENDUM.


Danish PM Poul Nyrup Rasmussen leaves a meeting with the press following yesterday's rejection of the EU single currency in the Danish referendum, September 29, 2000. Danes voted 53.1 to 46.9 percent against joining the Euro despite support of the government, most mainstream political parties, many union leaders and most national media.
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