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After China U.S. will delay some tariffs too
Donald Trump talking about tariffsSeptember 12, 2019 ET
The U.S. will delay by two weeks a bump in tariffs on Chinese goods that were set to go into effect Oct. 1, President Donald Trump announced Wednesday.
Justin Trudeau dissolves Parliament, general election in Canada on October 21
Justin TrudeauSeptember 11, 2019 ET
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday called general elections on October 21.
Pakistan to introduce electric cars, save $2 billion
Imran KhanSeptember 11, 2019 ET
The government of Pakistan has decided to introduce electric vehicles in the country, local media reported.
China unveils lists of U.S. products to be excluded from tariffs
China port containersSeptember 11, 2019 ET
China on Wednesday unveiled a list of 16 types of products that will be exempt from the first round of additional tariffs on US imports as the two sides prepare for their latest trade talks.
Government pledges £62m flood funding for communities in England
Theresa VilliersSeptember 11, 2019 ET
Environment Secretary Theresa Villiers has announced a new round of flood defence investment for communities across Yorkshire, Cumbria, the North East and the South East of England.
Putin gives Gazprom green light for construction of second gas pipeline to China
Power of Siberia projectSeptember 11, 2019 ET
On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Alexey Miller, CEO of Gazprom, and gave the green light to a new megaproject to supply China with gas.
Soap opera between South Korea and Japan continues with WTO
Yoo Myung-heeSeptember 11, 2019 ET
South Korea on Wednesday filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization (WTO) against Japan over its restrictions on the export to South Korea of three materials vital to make memory chips and display panels.
New York going into $2 billion action against opioid industry
Andrew M. CuomoSeptember 10, 2019 ET
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the Department of Financial Services is taking action against the opioid manufacturers, distributors and pharmacy benefit managers.
Trump's national security adviser John Bolton is fired
John BoltonSeptember 10, 2019 ET
U.S. President Donald Trump says he has fired his National Security Adviser John Bolton.
Ireland's Hogan signals 'movement' on both sides of Brexit negotiations
Phil HoganSeptember 10, 2019 ET
Ireland\'s EU Commissioner Phil Hogan has said there is \"movement\" happening on both sides of the Brexit negotiations.
Over £500m new investment in green technologies in UK
Britain electric vehicle charging infrastructureSeptember 10, 2019 ET
Plans for a cleaner and healthier Britain stepped up a gear, as Ministers announced more than half a billion pounds of investment in green technologies.
U.S. Department of Energy will help Ukraine become invulnerable to supply threats from Russia
Ukraine energySeptember 10, 2019 ET
The U.S. Department of Energy is sending an expert delegation to Ukraine to help develop a winter action plan to address critical needs during the 2019-2020 winter season as a sign of commitment to Ukraine\'s energy security and at the request of President Zelensky\'s administration.
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