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U.S. consumers pay over 1.5 billion dollars more thanks to Trump's washing machine tariffs
washing machineTuesday April 23, 2019 6:30AM ET
Import tariffs on foreign-made washing machines that the Trump administration imposed last year have brought additional income to U.S. domestic manufacturers but burdened consumers with extra costs.
Draft vaccine administration law stipulates heavy penalties in China
China vaccine factoryTuesday April 23, 2019 6:25AM ET
China\'s top legislature is planning to impose heavy penalties on the production and sale of fake or substandard vaccines.
Major road improvements for Western Australia to reach cost of $1.07 billion
The Tonking HighwayTuesday April 23, 2019 5:36AM ET
A series of major road improvement projects are to be carried out on key routes in Western Australia.
Vietnam may spend 4.3 billion USD in developing support industry
Vietnam factoryTuesday April 23, 2019 5:35AM ET
Vietnam is mulling over a preferential credit package of 100 trillion Vietnamese dongs (4.3 billion U.S. dollars) to foster its support industry to better cater for multinationals.
AIIB approves membership of Cote d'Ivoire, Guinea, Tunisia and Uruguay
Danny AlexanderTuesday April 23, 2019 5:20AM ET
The China-initiated Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) approved the membership of Cote d\'Ivoire, Guinea, Tunisia and Uruguay, bringing AIIB\'s total approved membership to 97.
U.S. businesses urge Washington to remove recently imposed tariffs
U.S. President Donald TrumpTuesday April 23, 2019 4:44AM ET
A coalition of business organizations asked the White House for a \"full and immediate removal\" of tariffs if a deal is reached between the world\'s top two economies, as current tariffs keep hurting U.S. workers, farmers and consumers.
Electric vehicles enter phase of fastest growth everywhere
Electric vehiclesTuesday April 23, 2019 4:27AM ET
Like most other new products, electric vehicles sell in an S curve of a slow start with oversupply, then comes fastest growth with supply sometimes unable to keep up with demand and then comes saturation.
Nigeria not making any real progress on nuclear power
Nigeria electricityTuesday April 23, 2019 4:18AM ET
Nigeria is yet to record a remarkable success in nuclear energy production and further improve electricity supply, ROSATOM’s Head, Technical and Infrastructure Department, Jose Bastos, said in Sochi, Russia during the 2019 Atomexpo International Conference/Exhibitions.
Venezuela shortens work day amid activities to fortify electric grids
Jorge RodriguezTuesday April 23, 2019 4:15AM ET
Caracas introduced on Monday a shortened workday and school day until Wednesday in light of the renovation work on the country\'s power grids to fortify them against further attacks, Jorge Rodriguez, the Venezuelan minister of communications and information, said.
Iran and Iraqi Kurdistan to launch new flight route
OrumiehMonday April 22, 2019 6:21AM ET
A new air route is expected to start operation between Iran and the Iraqi region of Kurdistan with direct flights connecting the Iranian northwestern city of Orumieh and Erbil in northern Iraq.
Ethiopia begins Request for Pre-Qualification for 500 MW solar tender
Ethiopia solar powerMonday April 22, 2019 6:15AM ET
Ethiopia’s Public-Private Partnerships Directorate General (PPP-DG) this week issued a Request for Pre-Qualification (RfQ) for up to 500 MW of solar power generating capacity divided into four projects.
Economic corridor to further boost Pakistan’s development
China-Pakistan Economic CorridorMonday April 22, 2019 6:14AM ET
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), from China’s Kashgar to Pakistan’s Gwadar, has managed to promote connectivity across Pakistan by a network of highways, railways, pipelines, and optical cables and is expected to further boost the economic growth of Pakistan.
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