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UK trade partners agree to end export credit support for unabated coal power

October 23, 2021
Key international trade partners including the US, EU, Australia and Canada, have today agreed to end export credit support for unabated coalfired power plants.

Erdogan: Turkey to expand trade with African countries to 75 billion U.S. dollars

October 23, 2021
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that Turkey aims to expand its trade volume with the African countries to 75 billion U.S. dollars in the upcoming period.

California’s Governor directs state to find sites for container storage

October 22, 2021
Amid disruptions to the goods movement supply chain, Governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order directing state agencies to identify additional ways to alleviate congestion at California ports.

Canada announces new support measures for economic recovery

October 22, 2021
The Canadian government on Thursday announced new measures to restore the economy while its income and business support programs against the COVID-19 pandemic are to expire on Saturday.

French PM announces 100 euros of inflation allowance facing soaring energy prices

October 22, 2021
French Prime Minister Jean Castex announced Thursday night a special inflation allowance of 100 euros (116 U.S. dollars) for people with a net monthly income less than 2,000 euros.

Putin: Work on filling second string of Nord Stream 2 will be completed in December

October 22, 2021
Technical work on filling the second string of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline with gas will be completed in mid or late December this year, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday, speaking at a meeting of the Valdai International Club.

Brazil to grant fuel relief to 750,000 truckers

October 22, 2021
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Thursday that his government has decided to grant about 750,000 truckers fuel relief to offset price rises, a few hours after repeating that a planned new welfare program will not breach a constitutional spending cap.

Democrats and Republicans lawmakers urge action on U.S semiconductor chip funding

October 21, 2021
A bipartisan group of 38 U.S. House lawmakers on Thursday urged leaders in Congress to set a path to advance legislation providing $52 billion for U.S. semiconductor production.

Latvia announces one month of lockdown as COVID-19 cases spike

October 21, 2021
Latvia announced a COVID-19 lockdown from October 21 until November 15 to try to slow a spike in COVID infections.

UK agrees historic trade deal with New Zealand

October 21, 2021
A comprehensive trade agreement with New Zealand will cut red tape for businesses, end tariffs on UK exports and create new opportunities for tech and services companies, while making it easier for UK professionals to live and work in New Zealand.

Brazil Senate report asks for charges against president related to pandemic

October 21, 2021
A Brazilian Senate inquiry committee looking into the response of the government to the coronavirus pandemic, recommended Wednesday the indictment of 68 people, including President Jair Bolsonaro.

Governor DeSantis: Florida’s sea ports open and ready to meet holiday

October 20, 2021
Governor Ron DeSantis announced that Florida Seaports have open capacity and can meet holiday demand, while other seaports across the country are struggling to keep up.
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