Test-drive a Nissan, win a lead-laced mug

Test-drive a Nissan, win a lead-laced mug
TOKYO (Reuters) – Chinese merchandise took a fresh knock Friday when car maker Nissan said it was recalling tens of thousands of mugs it gave away in Japan because the paint contains excessive lead.[Lees verder]

Bush shows gift of gaffe at APEC summit
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Even for someone as gaffe-prone as U.S. President George W. Bush, he was in rare form on Friday, confusing APEC with OPEC and transforming Australian troops into Austrians.[Lees verder]

Starbucks opens first coffee shop in Russia
KHIMKI, Russia (Reuters) – Starbucks opened its first coffee shop in Russia on Thursday, two years after it won a legal battle to protect the right to its brand in the fast-growing Russian market.[Lees verder]

Corrupt China official felled by 11 mistresses
BEIJING (Reuters) – A corrupt senior Chinese official was denounced by his 11 mistresses after some of their husbands were sentenced to death for graft, state media said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Test-drive a Nissan, win a lead-laced mug
TOKYO (Reuters) – Chinese merchandise took a fresh knock Friday when car maker Nissan said it was recalling tens of thousands of mugs it gave away in Japan because the paint contains excessive lead.[Lees verder]

Bush shows gift of gaffe at APEC summit
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Even for someone as gaffe-prone as U.S. President George W. Bush, he was in rare form on Friday, confusing APEC with OPEC and transforming Australian troops into Austrians.[Lees verder]

Starbucks opens first coffee shop in Russia
KHIMKI, Russia (Reuters) – Starbucks opened its first coffee shop in Russia on Thursday, two years after it won a legal battle to protect the right to its brand in the fast-growing Russian market.[Lees verder]

Corrupt China official felled by 11 mistresses
BEIJING (Reuters) – A corrupt senior Chinese official was denounced by his 11 mistresses after some of their husbands were sentenced to death for graft, state media said on Friday.[Lees verder]