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The IMF forecasts a slowdown in growth from 6.1% in 2021 to 3.6% in 2022. But the pandemic and the war could change its outlook.
Kevin Feig's Florida auto parts company is paying the U.S. government up to $600,000 a month in import duties.
Netflix has held out, in part because it fears damaging relationships with subscribers, one expert ways.
The Biden administration, pressured to avoid new spending, may reallocate the money to pandemic health care needs.
As the demand for vocal signatures grows, some platforms are giving actors a say in how their voices are used.
Most of the $90 million price tag for the crossing — about 60% — comes from private donations.