The Australian government has accused China of undermining their free trade agreement over a series of actions by Beijing against Australian export goods. In the latest stous with its number one trading partner, China has imposed levies of up to 212 per cent on Australian wine exports.
A market that for European companies is not only a great opportunity, but the natural outlet for what they have built over the course of generations.
The post Brexit situation does not seem to be very…
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In the final months of 2019, an unexpected series of events unleashed the perfect storm in Bolivia. After a contested election and mass protests,
Losing the war The Syrian Civil War (or Syrian crisis)…
New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said that her country has “done what few countries have been able to do” and contained the community spread of Covid-19 and can start easing its lockdown measures
Jordan, Arab country of Southwest Asia, in the rocky desert of the northern Arabian Peninsula.
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“We received a call from the government of Madagascar, who asked for help with scientific research”
The United Kingdom (“UK”) has established itself as a leading restructuring destination in Europe. This article highlights the impact Brexit, and the uncertainty relating to Brexit may have on cross-border transactions and restructurings in the UK.
New tensions between Greece and Turkey in the South Aegean. The Greek navy is on the alert for a Turkish energy exploration mission off the coast of Kastellorizo: the challenge for gas in the Eastern Mediterranean has started again.
The banking union is a fundamental pillar of a monetary…
With growing cases of Covid-19 in Nepal, 12 districts in the country have entered the phase of community transmission, the Ministry of Health and Population said on Tuesday.
Indian democracy is governed by a written constitution. The 42nd amendment of the Constitution of India inserted the word “Secular” into the preamble thus making India a Secular Republic.