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Gallup: No growth in full-time job numbers

There has been no growth in the number of people working full-time for U.S. employers during the past 12 months, a Gallup survey issued Thursday indicated.

Strike could curtail Spanish tourism

Major tourist destinations in Spain could close for two critical days this month as royal household staff have called a strike for March 28-29.

Mortgage rates little changed in week

Long-term U.S. mortgage rates were little changed in the week, the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. said Thursday.

Saab licenses Protaurius technology

Saab, the Swedish defense company, is entering into the field of ballistic protection technology.

BAE touts Artisan radar

Britain's BAE Systems is touting a radar system capable of detecting an object the size of a tennis ball traveling faster than the speed of sound.

Trade gap rose in January

The U.S. trade deficit rose to $44.4 billion in January, up from $38.1 billion in December, the Bureau of Economic Analysis said Thursday.

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Saudis order medivac helos

An undisclosed number of AW139 helicopters have been ordered by Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Defense from AgustaWestland.

Steel cut for new FREMM frigate

Steel has been cut at a Fincantieri's shipyard for the sixth FREMM frigate for the Italian navy.

First production A400M takes to air

Airbus Military of Spain has conducted the maiden flight of its first production A400M turboprop airlifter, which will be delivered to the French air force.

ECB leaves monetary policy as is

The European Central Bank on Thursday left its monetary policy intact with the expectation that inflation would remain "contained," the bank's president said.

U.S. productivity revised sightly higher

Non-farm labor productivity dropped at a 1.9 percent annual rate during the fourth quarter of 2012, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said Thursday.

Bank of England leaves policy unchanged

The Bank of England said Thursday that it would keep its overnight lending rate and its asset purchasing program unchanged.

U.S. weekly jobless claims drop modestly

The U.S. Labor Department said first-time jobless benefits claims dropped 7,000 to 340,000 in the week that ended last Saturday.

Taqa restarts Brent pipeline system

The Abu Dhabi National Energy Co. said Thursday it started restoring the flow of oil through the Brent pipeline system following a weekend shutdown.

Pew: U.S. beating China in solar trade

The Pew Charitable Trust said the U.S. solar energy equipment sector has a $913 trade surplus with China.

BP chief sings U.S. energy praises

BP leader Bob Dudley told an energy conference in Houston that the United States is gaining rightful recognition as a world competitor in the energy sector.

Job cut announcements rose in February

U.S. outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas said planned job cuts rose 37 percent from January to February.

Turkey in search of oil and natural gas

Turkey expects its shale natural gas reserves in southern provinces to exceed 1.5 trillion cubic feet, a petroleum association announced.

Al Gore sued over Current TV sale

Television producer John Terenzio is suing former U.S. Vice President Al Gore in San Francisco for cutting him out of the sale of Current TV, court papers say.

Norway expects lower energy investments

The Norwegian statistics bureau said it expected investments in the oil and natural gas sector to be lower than anticipated for 2013.

Exxon invests heavily in five-year plan

Exxon Mobil needs an "unprecedented level" of investments to finance new developments that will add to reserve potential, CEO Rex Tillerson said in New York.

Green campaigners see GOP ties to big oil

Environmental campaigners said a political action committee tied to House Speaker John Boehner received potentially illegal financial support from Chevron.

Canada touts emissions legacy to U.S.

Canada aims to become one of the first oil suppliers to the United States that regulates greenhouse gas emissions, Natural Resource Minister Joe Oliver said.

China plans to issue 4G licenses this year

China's telecom operators may start receiving licenses this year to offer services on its fourth-generation mobile phone network, a minister said.
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