HK Seeks Solution to Growing Garbage Mountain

July 16 (Bloomberg) -- With their landfills set to spill over with waste by 2020, the people of Hong Kong are in a race against time to discover new ways to recycle what they consider to be rubbish. Scientists and businesses are discovering innovative ways of reusing a vast array of waste products including eggshells and coffee. Rosalind Chin has more. (Source: Bloomberg)

Bechtel Sees Short-Term Dollar Negative If AHCA Fails
35:51 - Brad Bechtel, FX strategist at Jefferies, discusses how the House vote on the American Health Care Act may impact the U.S. dollar and equity markets. Richard Clarida, global strategic adviser at Pimco, joins the conversation on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source: Bloomberg)
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