Most of the CEOs of Japan’s companies doubt that the country can engage in a substantial economic recovery before the next two years. The newspaper “Nikkei” writes, which consulted 145 companies in the context of a new telephone survey.
The Extinction Rebellion launched a 10-day strike, the first action since the laws of the lockout was relaxed.
Thailand has a long history of political turmoil and protest, but a fresh wave started in February after a court ordered the dissolution of a fledgeling pro-democracy opposition party. In the March 2019 election,
Israeli police has open investigation into terrorist attack after 14…
The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated Australia-based al-Qa’ida-associated facilitator Ahmed Luqman Talib for having materially assisted, sponsored, or provided financial, material, or technological support for, or goods or services to or in support of, Al-Qa’ida on
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was widely expected to win a second term, buoyed by the compassionate and yet decisive leadership style under the crisis brought by the pandemic this year.
Economic upheavals in modern global history have often been succeeded by promising periods of reinvention and revival.
In this day and age, there is possibly only one country left in the world where it’s leader could mysteriously disappear for 20 days only to appear again smiling at the opening ceremony of a fertilizer plant. An obviously staged photo-op, but which seems to nevertheless confirm that Kim Jong-un is alive and well.
Amidst the bizarre of COVID-19 spread, the dengue outbreak in several countries has put the people in an even more difficult state. The fear of getting tested positive for the coronavirus have stopped thousands of people from seeking medical attention for dengue.
Major Chinese companies that are crucial to Beijing’s global trade and infrastructure projects are under threat as U.S.-China tensions escalate and that could mean more risks for American investors, according to research firm TS Lombard
In Lebanon, after two months of “truce” due to the lockdown by COVID-19, anti-government protests that began in October 2019 have resumed.
Inflation in the euro area stood at 0.4% in July, rising from 0.3% in June and 0.1% in May. But the data released by Eurostat conceals profoundly different situations between individual countries.
India and Nepal have been bickering for months over the border between the two countries, with the South-Asian neighbour even promulgating a constitutional amendment claiming Lipulekh, Kalapani and Limpiyadhura as part of its territories.
The COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t just a shock to the human immune system. It was also a shock to the Earth system, dramatically changing the air quality in cities around the globe.
The economic damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is largely driven by a fall in demand, meaning that there are not consumers to purchase the goods and services available in the global economy.