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Milan can't wait for Juve, says Menez MILAN: AC Milan host Juventus in a top-of-the-table clash Saturday that could add impetus to their bid to erase two nightmare seasons -- if the Rossoneri can plug the holes at the back. Under new coach Filippo Inzaghi, Milan have enjoyed a flying start to the season following two horrendous campaigns under Massimiliano Allegri and, latterly, Clarence Seedorf.An opening day win over Lazio (3-1) was followed by a 5-4 win at Parma last weekend.Although the latter victory put Milan's attacking talents on display, it also exposed their frailties at the back.Juventus, unbeaten at home all of last season on their way to a third consecutive title, have yet to concede a goal in their two wins over Chievo and Udinese and have scored three times. Milan midfielder Jeremy Menez, however, said he expects plenty of fireworks at the San Siro on Saturday."It will be a big show. Plenty of goals ...

Broncos look for revenge in Super Bowl rematch LOS ANGELES: Revenge is a strong motivational tool, and less than seven months after being clobbered in Super Bowl 48, the Denver Broncos will get another crack at the league champion Seattle Seahawks.The Seahawks and Broncos will face each other Sunday at Seattle's CenturyLink Field where the Seahawks, who are looking to rebound from last week's away loss, are almost unbeatable.This marks just the sixth time in National Football League history that the following regular ...

Hur, Lewis grab early lead at Yokohama event PRATTVILLE: Stacy Lewis and South Korea's Hur Mi-Jung share the lead after shooting bogey-free eight-under 64s on Thursday during the opening round of the LPGA Tour's Yokohama Tire Classic.American Lewis won this title the last time the tournament was held in 2012. That was one of her 11 USLPGA Tour titles."It's a course I've liked from the get-go that you can be fairly aggressive on," Lewis said of the Capitol Hill Golf Club course."Especially this ...

China's Li Na retires over knee injuries BEIJING: China's Li Na announced her retirement at the age of 32 Friday, saying knee injuries had forced her out of tennis just seven months after she won the Australian Open.The two-time Grand Slam champion, Asia's most successful player and a trailblazer for the sport, said the injuries had long stopped her from playing to her potential."As a professional tennis player, it is the best decision for me to leave the field," Li wrote on ...

Ribery unsure on lay-off length BERLIN: Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery is increasingly frustrated by his troublesome left knee injury, which will keep the Frenchman out indefinitely. The former Marseille striker, missed Bayern's narrow 1-0 victory over Manchester City in their Champions League group phase opener on Wednesday, and has only played 23 minutes of the new season. "It's really annoying," the 31-year-old told Kicker magazine on Thursday. When asked about a possible return to action, Ribery, who recently announced ...

Ricciardo won't give up on world title SINGAPORE: Australian Daniel Ricciardo believes he still has a chance to win this year's Formula One drivers world title, but admits he will have to attack hard in every one of the last six races.The 25-year-old Red Bull driver said it is still "game on" to grab glory at the end of his first season with the champions team."As far as I'm concerned, it is game on, but my approach or mentality won't change and ...

Under-fire Pardew vows to fight on LONDON: Beleaguered Newcastle manager Alan Pardew on Friday insisted he doesn't fear the sack because he hasn't discussed his future with owner Mike Ashley.Pardew has been subjected to calls for his sacking from Newcastle fans unhappy with the team's dismal start to the Premier League season.A 4-0 defeat at Southampton on Saturday left winless Newcastle bottom of the table and, with fans planning to protest against Pardew when Hull visit St James' Park on Saturday, ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $61.805bn
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