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US probes imports of military-grade magnets from China
The U.S. is going ahead with an investigation into whether imports of permanent magnets pose a national-security threat, the first such Biden-era probe as the…
India Will Export 8 Million Vaccine Doses Under Quad Partnership
India will make 8 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine available by the end of October under the Quad partnership, Foreign Secretary Harsh…
Troubled Thai state railway targets $18 billion in land projects
The State Railway of Thailand has set up a company to manage and monetize its most-valuable properties in an effort to reverse decades of losses.
Southwest’s next CEO is reluctant to share lists of unruly passengers
Southwest Airlines Co.’s next chief executive officer said the carrier is wary of sharing no-fly lists with other airlines, as advocated by Delta Air Lines…
Powell hears Americans’ laments on job-market woes, supply chain
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell listened to a litany of ways in which the U.S. economy remains distorted by Covid-19 as he and his colleagues…
Dubai’s non-oil external trade surges as city prepares for expo
Dubai’s non-oil foreign trade jumped 31% in the first half as the Middle East’s business hub prepares to host one of the world’s biggest in-person…
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US soybean meal export hub damage may take months to fix
Shipments from a U.S. West Coast terminal that handles almost 20% of the nation’s soybean meal exports have been curbed while damage from a crane…
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From Nairobi to Ningbo: See the supply shocks spanning globe
Visit Maryland, the proud crab capital of the U.S., and sandwiches made from the meat of Chesapeake blues cost more than triple the normal price,…
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Johnson’s trucker visa move to get gas flowing called inadequate
Boris Johnson caved in to industry demands to issue visas to foreign truck drivers, as a crisis that’s led to panic-buying at gas stations and…
Beaten-down airline stocks celebrate easing of travel rules
The easing of U.S. and U.K. travel restrictions is breathing new life into European airline stocks.