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Erdogan Links Sweden’s NATO Membership to Turkey’s EU Accession

Reuters

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, in an unexpected move, said on Monday the European Union should open the way for Ankara’s accession to the bloc before Turkey’s parliament approves Sweden’s bid to join the NATO military alliance.

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China on Brink of Consumer Deflation

By Joe Leahy and Greg McMillan | Financial Times

China’s economy teetered on the brink of deflation in June, adding to calls for Beijing to launch a stronger stimulus package to sustain the country’s sputtering post-Covid recovery.

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