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China warns of export woes due to less stimulus overseas
A rapid withdrawal of stimulus by some countries could hurt China’s exports, an official with the Ministry of Commerce said, as he warned of “unprecedented”…
Commerce semiconductor data confirms urgent need for Congress to pass US Innovation and Competition Act
Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce released the results from the Risks in the Semiconductor Supply Chain Request for Information (RFI) issued in Sept. 2021.…
EU sees chance of timely deal in U.K. post-Brexit talks
The European Union’s Brexit negotiator said talks with the U.K. could prompt a timely resolution depending on political goodwill, but offered no evidence of a…
EU sees chance of timely resolution in U.K. post-Brexit talks
The European Union’s Brexit negotiator said talks with the U.K. could prompt a timely resolution depending on political goodwill, but offered no evidence of a…
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Living with Covid proving tough for a gridlocked world economy
The surging omicron variant is complicating the recovery for a world economy that continues to be wracked by supply chain chaos, worker absenteeism and faltering…
U.K. says airlines must fly more, stirring industry anger
Britain will compel airlines to use 70% of takeoff and landing slots this summer to boost competition after the coronavirus crisis, angering carriers still struggling…
China blasts US as bullying’ with ‘wanton’ flight suspensions
China accused the U.S. of “bullying” over its decision to suspend dozens of flights from America by Chinese airlines, underscoring lingering tensions between the world’s…
High food prices dash India’s hopes to curb cooking oil imports
Indians will probably buy expensive cooking oils from overseas for at least another 15 years, as demand continues to far outpace domestic production.
India’s addiction to cooking oil imports seen lasting for years
Indians will probably buy expensive cooking oils from overseas for at least another 15 years, as demand continues to far outpace domestic production.
US and Japan pledge quick resolution on difficult tariff talks
U.S. President Joe Biden and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida pledged to seek a swift resolution to continuing talks over trade and tariffs while pushing…