won’t unwind any of Donald Trump’s import tariffs against Chinese goods any time soon.
threatening to escalate into a larger movement against [Russian President-for-life Vladimir Putin’s] Kremlin” according to the
Wall Street Journal.
will expire next month, Biden also noted, meaning the 2 countries must “operate in mutual self-interest” over nuclear arms limitation even while discussing other sensitive issues, such as last year’s massive hacking of US computer networks and claims that Moscow offered bounties to Taliban fighters for killing US soldiers in Afghanistan.
shown for January-August turning into
a 6.8% decline for Jan-to-November.
a small premium over the London gold price in recent weeks,” offering a small incentive to new imports.
ran airforce drills Tuesday while unmanned
US and Chinese drones buzzed each other near the island nation following 2 days of incursions into its airspace by People’s Liberation Army warplanes.
tensions could be dialled down” between China and India along their mutual border in the Himalayas said a spokesman for the UN Secretary-General yesterday after last week’s “minor face-off” followed the
summer’s deadly hand-to-hand violence between their troops.
Sikh farmers protesting against new agricultural commodity laws, causing the government to ask internet providers to suspend their service around the historic and symbolic Red Fort in New Delhi to try disrupting the “tractor rally”.
may block exports of Covid inoculations made in the bloc if its own 27-member states don’t first get the quantities ordered.
Handelsblatt yesterday claimed the “Oxford” Astra-Zeneca jab developed and made in the UK has
only “effectiveness of 8% among the over-65s” – a claim swiftly denied by the German Health Ministry, with that figure
instead referring to the proportion of seniors in the drugs’ trial participants.
authorities will have to stay the course and to continue support…for a new economy where scarring will hopefully be avoided or reduced.”
UK gold price in Pounds per ounce slipped £5 to £1350.
refuse trade deals over human rights?” asks the BBC, contrasting Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab’s call for UK firms to prove there is no slave labor in their supply chain – directly naming China’s internment and work-camps for minority Uighur Muslims – with the almost £80bn per year of trade done between Britain and the world’s No.2 economy.
reportedly advising businesses struggling to overcome the new “non-tariff barriers” to EU trade following Brexit on 31st December to register and operate a new company within the 27-nation bloc “as the only means to minimise the problems caused by the ‘hard Brexit’ deal” agreed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
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