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CHINA-SILKROAD/TRAIN
RTS14F56
April 29, 2017
A staff member holds up a toy tiger head as she poses for a picture in a stall at the Yiwu Wholesale...
Yiwu, China
A staff member holds up a toy tiger head as she poses for a picture in a stall at the Yiwu Wholesale...
A staff member holds up a toy tiger head as she poses for a picture in a stall at the Yiwu Wholesale Market in Yiwu, Zhejiang province, China, April 28, 2017. Picture taken April 28, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GERMANY-FLOODING/
RTX2F7XM
June 01, 2016
A pocket calculator lies in the mud in the street after floods in the Bavarian village of Triftern east...
TRIFTERN, Germany
A pocket calculator lies in the mud in the street after floods in the Bavarian village of Triftern
A pocket calculator lies in the mud in the street after floods in the Bavarian village of Triftern east of Munich, Germany, June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
CHINA-ECONOMY/
RTX2AK71
April 19, 2016
A fruit and vegetable stall owner uses a calculator to work out prices for a customer at a small market...
Beijing, China
A fruit and vegetable stall owner uses a calculator to work out prices for a customer at a small market...
A fruit and vegetable stall owner uses a calculator to work out prices for a customer at a small market in central Beijing, China July 7, 2011. REUTERS/David Gray/File Photo TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RUSSIA-MARKETS/ROUBLE-OPENING
RTX1M8E6
July 29, 2015
A pharmacist (L) receives a Russian 1000-rouble banknote from a customer buying medicine at a drugstore...
Divnogorsk, Russia
A pharmacist receives a Russian 1000-rouble banknote from a customer buying medicine at a drugstore in...
A pharmacist (L) receives a Russian 1000-rouble banknote from a customer buying medicine at a drugstore in the Siberian town of Divnogorsk near Krasnoyarsk, Russia, July 29, 2015. The Russian rouble opened 0.8 percent stronger against the dollar on Wednesday after the central bank said it stopped carrying out FX interventions from July 28 because of increased market volatility. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin
INDONESIA-SURABAYA/
RTR3IFVR
March 25, 2014
A woman uses a calculator as prostitutes wait for customers in the Dolly district in Surabaya March 24,...
Surabaya, Indonesia
A woman uses a calculator as prostitutes wait for customers in the Dolly district in Surabaya
A woman uses a calculator as prostitutes wait for customers in the Dolly district in Surabaya March 24, 2014. Tri Rismaharini, the celebrated mayor of Indonesia's second-largest city of Surabaya, has revamped its parks, kickstarted its port development and given free health and education to its poor. But one big challenge remains: shutting down Dolly, a brothel complex established in the 1970s in what is now central Surabaya. Picture taken March 24. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
RIYADH/
RTXYF0O
April 09, 2013
Visitors look at a necklace during a Jewellery exhibition at Al Faisaliah hotel in Riyadh, April 9, 2013....
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Visitors look at a necklace during a Jewellery exhibition at Al Faisaliah hotel in Riyadh
Visitors look at a necklace during a Jewellery exhibition at Al Faisaliah hotel in Riyadh, April 9, 2013. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser (SAUDI ARABIA - Tags: SOCIETY WEALTH)
GERMANY-SMALLBANK/
RTR3DQ3D
February 13, 2013
Peter Breiter, CEO of Raiffeisen Gammesfeld eG bank, works with an old adding-machine at the bank in...
GAMMESFELD, Germany
Peter Breiter, CEO of Raiffeisen Gammesfeld eG bank, works with an old adding-machine at the bank in...
Peter Breiter, CEO of Raiffeisen Gammesfeld eG bank, works with an old adding-machine at the bank in Gammesfeld, Baden-Wuerttemberg January 29, 2013. The Raiffeisen Gammesfeld eG cooperative bank is one of the country's smallest banks and is the only one to be run by just one member of staff. All banking duties are done by CEO Peter Breiter who records the daily business by hand, partly on paper. The bank is not connected to a database system, there are no automatic teller machines (ATMs) and its customer base consists only of residents of the town of Gammesfeld which has a population of around 510. Picture taken January 29, 2013. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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PERU/
RTR3DFPA
February 07, 2013
A street vendor sells various items between cars in traffic at Lima February 6, 2013. REUTERS/Mariana...
Lima, Peru
A street vendor sells various items between cars in traffic at Lima
A street vendor sells various items between cars in traffic at Lima February 6, 2013. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY)
TEA-BRITAIN/CHINA
RTR3D7WH
February 01, 2013
A cup of tea is seen on an office table at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013....
Truro, United Kingdom
A cup of tea is seen on an office table at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall
A cup of tea is seen on an office table at the Tregothnan Estate near Truro in Cornwall January 15, 2013. Tregothnan is bucking an historic trend by growing tea in England and exporting almost half of it abroad, including to tea-growing nations like China and India. Owned by a descendant of 19th century British Prime Minister Charles Grey, after whom the Earl Grey tea blend was named, the Tregothnan estate has been selling tea since 2005 and currently produces around 10 tonnes a year of tea and infusions. Picture taken January 15, 2013. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD BUSINESS)

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POSCO-EARNINGS/
RTR39GOI
October 23, 2012
A pocket calculator is seen on steel products at a steel works in Seoul October 23, 2012. POSCO the...
Seoul, South Korea
Pocket calculator is seen on steel products at a steel works in Seoul
A pocket calculator is seen on steel products at a steel works in Seoul October 23, 2012. POSCO the world's fourth-largest steelmaker, posted a 25 percent drop in quarterly profit on Tuesday, as a cooling China economy sapped demand for automotive and shipbuilding steel. POSCO, the first major steel mill to report July-September earnings, posted an operating profit of 819 billion won on a parent basis, slightly below an average estimate of 840 billion won from 20 analysts polled by Reuters. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION ENERGY)
IRAQ/
RTR38SBA
October 04, 2012
A man changes Iraqi dinars to Iranian rials at a money changer in Kerbala October 4, 2012. The Iranian...
Kerbala, Iraq
Man changes Iraqi dinars to Iranian rials at a money changer in Kerbala
A man changes Iraqi dinars to Iranian rials at a money changer in Kerbala October 4, 2012. The Iranian rial has lost nearly two-thirds of its value to the U.S. dollar over the last year. REUTERS/Mushtaq Muhammed (IRAQ - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
BELARUS/
RTR38KK6
September 29, 2012
People buy potatoes at a street market during the autumn fair in Minsk September 29, 2012. Street food...
Minsk, Belarus
People buy potatoes at a street market during the autumn fair in Minsk
People buy potatoes at a street market during the autumn fair in Minsk September 29, 2012. Street food markets attract many customers due to the low prices offered. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko(BELARUS - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY)
AFRICA-CHINA/PUSHBACK
RTR383ME
September 18, 2012
A Chinese merchant talks to customers in his shop in Salima, a dusty town of 40,000 people near the shores...
SALIMA, Malawi
A Chinese merchant talks to customers in his shop in Salima
A Chinese merchant talks to customers in his shop in Salima, a dusty town of 40,000 people near the shores of Lake Malawi, in this picture taken July 31, 2012. Malawians bill their country as the 'Warm Heart of Africa' and have a reputation for being friendly and easy-going. But merchants in a clothes market in Salima feel less than welcoming to the Chinese traders who have moved in over the past four years. Echoing a grievance heard across the continent, traders complain of Chinese businessmen with far better access to cheap imports of clothes, shoes and electronics from home, and deeper pockets that allow them to swallow lower margins. That sentiment is part of a grass-roots reaction to Beijing's creeping diplomatic and commercial clout in Africa. Picture taken July 31, 2012. To match Insight AFRICA-CHINA/PUSHBACK REUTERS/Ed Cropley (MALAWI - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY POLITICS)
SUDAN-BOURSE/
RTR2VA6U
December 15, 2011
Brokers write price offers and deals at the Khartoum Stock Exchange, December 15, 2011. Sudan, struggling...
Khartoum, Sudan
To match Interview SUDAN-BOURSE/
Brokers write price offers and deals at the Khartoum Stock Exchange, December 15, 2011. Sudan, struggling to restore its economy after years of war and the break-away of newly formed South Sudan, aims to expand its tiny stock market to trade gold and commodities, Khartoum Stock Exchange General Manager Osman Hamad Khair told Reuters in an interview.
To match Interview SUDAN-BOURSE/ REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BOSNIA/
RTR2SWSE
October 20, 2011
Euro banknotes and a calculator are placed on a currency graph and ticker in this picture illustration...
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Euro banknotes coins and a calculator are placed on a currency graph and ticker in picture illustration...
Euro banknotes and a calculator are placed on a currency graph and ticker in this picture illustration taken in Zenica October 19, 2011. Picture is taken on October 19. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
LIBYA/
RTR2PH0G
July 30, 2011
A dealer records the weight of gold bars being sold to a customer in Tripoli, July 30, 2011. REUTERS/Caren...
Tripoli, Libya
A dealer records the weight of gold bars being sold to a customer in Tripoli
A dealer records the weight of gold bars being sold to a customer in Tripoli, July 30, 2011. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (LIBYA - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTR2OKCP
July 07, 2011
A fruit and vegetable stall owner uses a calculator to work out prices for a customer at a small market...
Beijing, China
A fruit and vegetable stall owner uses a calculator to work out prices for a customer at a small market...
A fruit and vegetable stall owner uses a calculator to work out prices for a customer at a small market in central Beijing July 7, 2011. China's inflation hit a 34-month-high of 5.5 percent in May and is likely to top 6 percent in June due to high food prices, putting pressure on China's central bank to keep price pressures under control. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-PIRACY/
RTXTUHC
October 26, 2010
A customer uses a calculator whilst holding a fake foreign brand handbag in a store at Baiyun World Leather...
Guangzhou, China
To match Special Report CHINA-PIRACY/
A customer uses a calculator whilst holding a fake foreign brand handbag in a store at Baiyun World Leather Market in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou, September 29, 2010. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development estimates the amount of counterfeit goods and pirated copyrights in world trade grew from about $100 billion in 2001 to about $250 billion in 2007, the last year for which they have made an estimate. In the 2009 budget year, U.S. Customs agents and other officials made 14,481 seizures valued at $260.7 million dollars. Picture taken September 29, 2010. To match Special Report CHINA-PIRACY/ REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
JORDAN/
RTR2EY48
June 09, 2010
A Jordanian goldsmith calculates the price of a gold coin for customers at his shop in Amman June 9,...
Amman, Jordan
A Jordanian goldsmith calculates the price of a gold coin for customers at his shop in Amman
A Jordanian goldsmith calculates the price of a gold coin for customers at his shop in Amman June 9, 2010. Jeweller Osama Msiyh said that demand for gold has retreated, as consumers took profits after it hit an all-time high above $1,250 an ounce, in light of the current economic conditions, Addustour daily newspaper reported. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed (JORDAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/
RTR2BHH8
March 11, 2010
A vendor uses a calculator to check the price of vegetables at a market in Beijing March 11, 2010. Chinese...
Beijing, China
A vendor uses a calculator to check the price of vegetables at a market in Beijing
A vendor uses a calculator to check the price of vegetables at a market in Beijing March 11, 2010. Chinese consumer inflation spurted to a 16-month high in February and a raft of economic data displayed broad-based strength, providing fresh arguments for policy tightening sooner rather than later. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS SOCIETY FOOD)
USA/
RTR24MSY
June 13, 2009
Flyers are stacked beside calculators at the Housing Fair put on by the National Urban League's Economic...
Dallas, UNITED STATES
Flyers are stacked beside calculators at the Housing Fair put on by the National Urban League's Economic...
Flyers are stacked beside calculators at the Housing Fair put on by the National Urban League's Economic Empowerment Tour in Dallas, Texas June 13, 2009. The initiative is aimed to help those hardest hit by the economy crisis by providing a one-stop venue for foreclosure prevention, health check-up and employment applications, according to the National Urban League. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
KOREA/
RTXODJR
May 27, 2009
Japanese company Sanrio's real Kitty character goods (on R) and counterfeit ones are displayed for visitors...
Seoul, South Korea
Japanese company Sanrio's real Kitty character goods and counterfeit ones are displayed for visitors...
Japanese company Sanrio's real Kitty character goods (on R) and counterfeit ones are displayed for visitors during the Counterfeit Comparison Exhibition 2009 organised by the Korea Customs Service (KCS) at a convention centre in Seoul May 27, 2009. About 60 local and international brands participated in the counterfeit comparison exhibition which gave consumers information on how to distinguish between original goods and counterfeits, KCS said. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA CRIME LAW FASHION SOCIETY)
FRANCE-PAWNBROKER/
RTXEB5B
April 24, 2009
An expert looks at a necklace for a pledge valuation at the Credit Municipal, known as the "Mont-de-Piete"...
Paris, France
To match feature FRANCE-PAWNBROKER/
An expert looks at a necklace for a pledge valuation at the Credit Municipal, known as the "Mont-de-Piete" (the public pawnbroker), in Paris April 22, 2009. From Napoleon III's mistress to cash-strapped modern-day bankers, Parisians have for centuries stored their jewels and secrets in a discreet building not far from the Seine: the public pawnbroker. Set up in the 17th century in response to usurious moneylenders, the non-profit Credit Municipal has a new task -- helping Parisians weather the economic crisis with traditional loans and cutting-edge financial services Picture taken April 22, 2009. To match feature FRANCE-PAWNBROKER/ REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE BUSINESS SOCIETY)
MALAYSIA-RELIGION/
RTXCLZJ
March 10, 2009
A Christian book entitled "Live With the Presence Of Allah" is on sale at St Francis Xavier Cathedral...
KENINGAU, Malaysia
To match feature MALAYSIA-RELIGION/
A Christian book entitled "Live With the Presence Of Allah" is on sale at St Francis Xavier Cathedral in Malaysia's eastern state of Sabah on Borneo island, February 22, 2009. There have long been disputes over conversions between the Malay Muslim-led government and Christians who make up 10 percent of the population. But government moves to prohibit the use of the word "Allah", the Malay language word for God, by a Catholic newspaper and other religious texts has spurred a new fight. Picture taken February 22, 2009. To match feature MALAYSIA- / REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA RELIGION POLITICS MEDIA SOCIETY CONFLICT)
URUGUAY/
RTXCCUF
March 04, 2009
A vintage calculator is seen in a classic DKW before the start of the "Gran Premio del Uruguay, 19 capitales...
Montevideo, Uruguay
A vintage calculator is seen in a classic DKW before the start of the "Gran Premio del Uruguay, 19 capitales...
A vintage calculator is seen in a classic DKW before the start of the "Gran Premio del Uruguay, 19 capitales historico" (Uruguayan great prize, 19 capitals) rally in Montevideo March 4, 2009. Only classic cars are allowed to participate in the rally which covers a route of over 2,500 km (1,553 miles) and traverses the 19 capitals of the provinces of the country. REUTERS/Andres Stapff (URUGUAY)
CHINA-ECONOMY/
RTR23OPM
January 21, 2009
A vendor uses a calculator after weighing vegetables to sell to a customer at an outdoor market in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A vendor uses a calculator after weighing vegetables to sell to a customer at an outdoor market in Beijing...
A vendor uses a calculator after weighing vegetables to sell to a customer at an outdoor market in Beijing January 21, 2009. China will release fourth-quarter GDP data on Thursday, that economists say will show 7.0 percent growth, the slowest pace of expansion in nearly a decade for the world's third-biggest economy. Risk analysts working with the World Economic Forum listed a sharp decline in Chinese growth as one of the most significant and increasingly likely threats to the global economy. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
MARKETS-FOREX/
RTX9YGE
October 27, 2008
A currency dealer counts Japanese yen and Korean won currency at a money exchange bureau in Tokyo October...
Tokyo, Japan
Currency dealer counts Japanese yen and Korean won currency at a money exchange bureau in Tokyo
A currency dealer counts Japanese yen and Korean won currency at a money exchange bureau in Tokyo October 27, 2008. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
IMF/PAKISTAN/
RTX9U2E
October 23, 2008
A Pakistani currency dealer counts U.S. dollar notes at his shop in Karachi October 23, 2008. Pakistan...
Karachi, Pakistan
A Pakistani currency dealer counts US dollar notes at his shop in Karachi
A Pakistani currency dealer counts U.S. dollar notes at his shop in Karachi October 23, 2008. Pakistan has not formally asked for a facility from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the prime minister's top adviser on economic affairs said on Thursday, contrary to comments by the head of the multilateral agency. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)
JAPAN-STOCKS
RTX9TLY
October 23, 2008
A call centre personnel uses a calculator as she answers a call from a investor at an online brokerage...
Tokyo, Japan
A call centre personnel uses a calculator at an online brokerage company in Tokyo
A call centre personnel uses a calculator as she answers a call from a investor at an online brokerage company in Tokyo October 23, 2008. The Nikkei average fell 5.5 percent on Thursday and hit its lowest point in more than five years, with exporters such as Canon battered by a firmer yen and fears over the health of the global economy. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
CHILE-MARKETS/
RTX9IB5
October 13, 2008
A trader makes calculations on the floor inside Santiago's Stock Exchange October 13, 2008. Chile announced...
Santiago, Chile
A trader makes calculations on the floor inside Santiago's Stock Exchange
A trader makes calculations on the floor inside Santiago's Stock Exchange October 13, 2008. Chile announced fresh measures on Monday to inject liquidity into its banking system and help ensure credit for small- to medium-sized businesses as well as exporters in the face of global financial turmoil. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado (CHILE)
SAUDI INFLATION
RTR20M01
August 04, 2008
A Saudi money exchanger counts Saudi riyals in Riyadh August 4, 2008. Saudi Arabia's annual inflation...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
A Saudi money exchanger counts Saudi riyals in Riyadh
A Saudi money exchanger counts Saudi riyals in Riyadh August 4, 2008. Saudi Arabia's annual inflation rose 10.6% in June to a 30-year high due primarily to increases in food and housing costs, official data released on Sunday showed. The cost of living index for the largest Arab economy rose to 115.5 points on June 30 from 115 points in May, the Saudi Press Agency cited a report by the Ministry of Economy and Planning's Central Department of Statistics. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA)
SAUDI/
RTX6Y36
June 15, 2008
Secondary students sit for an exam in a government school in Riyadh June 15, 2008. Tens of thousands...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Secondary students sit for an exam in a government school in Riyadh
Secondary students sit for an exam in a government school in Riyadh June 15, 2008. Tens of thousands of Saudi students from elementary, middle and high schools have started their one-week mid-term exams. REUTERS/Fahad Shadeed (SAUDI ARABIA)
CHINA-ECONOMY/CPI
RTX9T1
November 13, 2007
A calculator is seen next to an old set of scales in front of a pile of vegetables in a market on the...
Beijing, China
A calculator is seen next to an old set of scales in front of a pile of vegetables in a market on the...
A calculator is seen next to an old set of scales in front of a pile of vegetables in a market on the outskirts of Beijing November 11, 2007. Soaring food costs drove up China's inflation in October, reinforcing expectations that the central bank will raise interest rates again before long to keep a lid on price pressures. Food prices soared 17.6 percent, with vegetables up 29.9 percent, while non-food prices rose just 1.1 percent in October from a year earlier, the same pace as in September. Picture taken November 11, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
FRANCE/
RTR1P9C9
May 02, 2007
A taxpayer fills in her 2006 tax return in Fontenay-Sous-Bois, near Paris May 2, 2007. French citizens...
Paris, France
A taxpayer fills in her 2006 tax return in Fontenay-Sous-Bois, near Paris
A taxpayer fills in her 2006 tax return in Fontenay-Sous-Bois, near Paris May 2, 2007. French citizens are required to declare their taxable earnings at the beginning of the year on internet or with a tax return. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
MICHIGAN-FLU-STUDY/
RTR1MC1Q
February 13, 2007
University of Michigan students Sarah Tochman (L), Jeff VanLaere (C) and Janelle Pangilinan wear surgical...
Ann Arbor, UNITED STATES
University of Michigan students wear surgical masks as they take part in study to prevent respiratory...
University of Michigan students Sarah Tochman (L), Jeff VanLaere (C) and Janelle Pangilinan wear surgical masks as they study at Alice Lloyd Hall in Ann Arbor, Michigan, February 9, 2007. Hundreds of University of Michigan students are taking part in a study to determine if wearing surgical masks and sanitizing their hands can help prevent the spread of flu and other respiratory illnesses. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
JAPAN/
RTR1LJO9
January 24, 2007
A Japanese buyer chooses gemstones from Thailand at the 18th International Jewellery Tokyo 2007 fair...
Tokyo, Japan
A Japanese buyer chooses gemstones from Thailand at the 18th International Jewellery Tokyo 2007 fair...
A Japanese buyer chooses gemstones from Thailand at the 18th International Jewellery Tokyo 2007 fair in Tokyo January 24, 2007. Japan's largest jewellery trade fair goes on till January 27, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
RTRN2XO
May 07, 2003
Afghan money changers use calculators while changing money at a market in
downtown Kabul, May 7, 2003....
Afghanistan
AFGHAN MONEY CHANGERS USE CALCULATORS WHILE CHANGING MONEY IN KABUL.
Afghan money changers use calculators while changing money at a market in
downtown Kabul, May 7, 2003. Afghanistan's 23 years of war has rendered the
Kabul Currency Center as one of the 'world's most backward foreign exchange
market,' lacking any communication link with the outside world, let alone
enjoying any of the basic trading facility. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Kamal
Kishore

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