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“Fitch explains low oil prices, predicts them to grow”, “Apple” Introduces iPhone 6s, Giant iPad Pro, Apple Pencil at 2015 Special Event”, “Liberalization of access to mineral resources to help attract investments in oil and gas projects of Kazakhstan", “

September 10 2015, 12:08

abcnews.com. “Apple" Introduces iPhone 6s, Giant iPad Pro, Apple Pencil at 2015 Special Event" - Apple introduced the giant iPad Pro, plus updates to the Apple Watch and software, including the date of the watch's OS 2 software update, and new accessories. The iPad Pro in silver, gold and space gray, the largest iPad yet, was introduced on stage in San Francisco by Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing. Schiller showed the pros of a larger iPad that measures 12.9-inches diagonally with a retina display. The width of the iPad Pro is the same of the height of the iPad Air, with 5.6 million pixels. The product has 10 hours of battery life, Schiller said.

akipress.com. “Liberalization of access to mineral resources to help attract investments in oil and gas projects of Kazakhstan: Vice Minister" - Improvement of the legal framework is one of the most effective measures to attract investments into the oil sector of Kazakhstan, Vice Minister of Energy Uzakbai Karabalin told the press conference at the Central Communications Service.

trend.az. “Fitch explains low oil prices, predicts them to grow"- Fitch Ratings expects a growth in oil prices on the world markets in the light of decline in output in the US, the international rating agency's senior director, Maxim Edelson said in an exclusive interview with Trend. “The decrease in oil prices is affected by several factors, the main of which being the large output of shale oil in the US," he said.

cnn.com. “Iran deal is key for 2016 GOP candidates” - When the U.S. Congress signed on to the elaborate Iranian nuclear deal oversight structure negotiated principally by Sens. Bob Corker (R-Tennessee), Robert Menendez (D-New Jersey) and Ben Cardin (D-Maryland), it turned its collective back on the Framers of the Constitution and their express direction that significant undertakings with foreign powers would be of no lasting, binding effect on future Congresses unless two-thirds of the then-sitting senators ratified the treaty proposed by a president.






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