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France plans to curb power prices to boost green investment
France will introduce a law to curb power prices by the end of the year to encourage the billions of euros of investment needed for…
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UK seeks aerospace deals in new trade pact with Washington state
The UK will sign a trade pact with Washington state aimed at facilitating aerospace deals with the US, as it seeks to bolster its economic…
EU trade chief warns China’s stance on Ukraine is hurting trade
The European Union’s chief trade negotiator warned that China’s position on the war in Ukraine is hurting its global image as an investment destination, as…
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Russia still relies on Europe to ship its oil despite price cap breach
Russia is still relying on European shipping to transport its oil even as the country’s supplies exceed Group-of-Seven price caps, according to a researcher.
Qantas gets first sell rating as cost of fixing brand mounts
Qantas Airways Ltd. was hit with its first sell rating in a year, a rare rebuke from a largely-loyal analyst community as concern mounts about…
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Mercedes S-Class, Porsche stand to lose most in China tariff row
The European Union’s probe into Beijing’s electric-vehicle subsidies is meant to protect its carmakers from a flood of cheap Chinese cars. But if it leads…
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Port of Long Beach President Olvera urges caution on offshore wind
The Port of Long Beach’s newly elected Harbor Commission President Bobby Olvera Jr, also a Vice President in the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU),…
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CIRRO Fulfillment boosts capacity with two new fulfillment centers in the U.S. West and Mexico
CIRRO Fulfillment, a leading e-commerce fulfillment service provider, has reached a significant milestone in its 15-year journey by opening two new fulfillment centers in the…
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Port Houston loaded exports up 10% year-to-date
Overall container volumes remain solid through August
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Union Pacific team reaches safety landmark in Los Angeles
The Los Angeles Basin is a busy railroad corridor, but no matter how busy it gets, a Union Pacific Engineering team puts safety first.