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Ethiopia aims to grow tourism threefold in five years - minister

ADDIS ABABA, Oct 4- Ethiopia aims to triple its number of foreign visitors to more than 2.5 million by 2020, making tourism a pillar of one of Africa's fastest-growing economies. Though lacking the palm-fringed beaches and safari trails of neighbouring Kenya and Tanzania, the Horn of Africa country boasts magnificent terrain and a fascinating imperial past.
Source: Reuters | By: Aaron Maasho
UPDATE 1-U.S. auto union, Ford avert strike at pickup factory

DETROIT, Oct 3- The United Auto Workers union and Ford Motor Co. said they have averted a strike at a factory in Kansas City, Mo. that builds the company's best-selling F-150 pickup trucks. Settles said last week the Union local in Kansas City, representing about 7,000 workers, had been unable to resolve differences over seniority, staffing and safety issues.
Source: Reuters
UPDATE 2-U.S. a long way from 'macroprudential' safeguards -Fed's Dudley

BOSTON, Oct 3- The United States is a long way from putting in place rules that will protect the financial system and the economy from broad risks, due in part to regulatory structure and to the difficulties of predicting the next crisis, a top Federal Reserve official said on Saturday. New York Fed President William Dudley, an influential Wall Street supervisor,...
Source: Reuters | By: Jonathan Spicer
Paycheck mystery: More jobs and fewer people but limp raises

WASHINGTON- Companies have posted a record number of job openings just when a diminished proportion of Americans are either working or looking for work. That combination ought to push up pay. Yet it hasn't worked out that way, at least not yet.
Source: The Associated Press | By: By CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER, AP Economics Writer
AP analysis: Dozens of deaths likely from VW pollution dodge

WASHINGTON— Volkswagen's pollution-control chicanery has not just been victimless tinkering, killing between five and 20 people in the United States annually in recent years, according to an Associated Press statistical and computer analysis. It's likely far deadlier and costlier in Europe, where more VW diesels were sold, engineers said.
Source: The Associated Press | By: By SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer
INSIGHT-After VW, Germany needs EU friends to join its party

*Germany celebrates 25 years of unity as EU's central power. But as it fetes the merger of East and West on Oct. 3, 1990, that made Germany the Union's dominant power, the flashback was a reminder of its struggles to reassure neighbors who again wonder if Berlin can be trusted. Merkel and French President Francois Hollande will attend the European Parliament...
Source: Reuters | By: Alastair Macdonald, Barbara Lewis and Tom Körkemeier
China to curb yuan speculation amid reform push - c.bank

BEIJING, Oct 3- China is studying plans to curb currency speculation even as it seeks to quicken the process of making the yuan trade freely, a deputy central bank governor said. Beijing will further open up its capital markets and develop its foreign exchange market as it aims to "accelerate the renminbi convertibility on the capital account," Yi Gang wrote in an...
Source: Reuters
EXCLUSIVE-TPP would include auto market opening for Japan - source

ATLANTA, Oct 2- A U.S.- Japan agreement on autos trade as part of a sweeping Pacific Rim trade deal would have its own dispute settlement mechanism, including penalties, if Japan does not open its market enough to U.S. vehicles, a source close to the negotiations said on Friday. A broader deal on autos trade between Japan, the United States, Mexico and Canada was nearly...
Source: Reuters | By: Krista Hughes and Ana Isabel Martinez
Why credit bureau Experian has data on T-Mobile customers

NEW YORK— In the latest high-profile breach of a U.S. organization, hackers broke into Experian's database of information on 15 million T-Mobile customers and potential customers. But what is Experian, and why does the credit bureau keep data on a wireless carrier's customers? The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau estimates Experian, Equifax and...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By KEN SWEET, AP Business Writer
Better safe than sorry: Shoppers stock up for storm

New York hardware stores are seeing a jump in storm supply sales as many residents prepare for the possibility of Hurricane Joaquin's arrival.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Danny Paez