The nominee to become the European Union’s next economic commissioner pledged “adequate” fiscal efforts on Thursday to counter an economic slowdown in the bloc that he said could be longer than currently expected.
Approvals for new coal mine construction in China have surged in 2019, government documents showed, with Beijing expecting consumption of the commodity to rise in the coming years even as it steps up its fight against smog and greenhouse gas emissions.
South Korea’s Financial Services Commission said it will give ‘swift and sufficient’ financial support to companies affected by Japan’s export restrictions in an effort to limit the impact on the economy.
A school in a tough area in England which has great teachers and a great curriculum could be rated outstanding from September, even if pupils' results are mediocre, said the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (Ofsted).
The UK’s Labour has pledged £100 million a year in additional help for rough sleepers in cold weather, which the party says is key to reducing the unacceptably high number of homeless people who die each year in Britain.
Switzerland’s competition commission (WEKO) on Tuesday said Apple Inc. has agreed to make a technical fix to prevent the automatic launch of its Apple Pay from disrupting rival Swiss payment app TWINT.
The European Union has reiterated its strong determination to preserve the Iran nuclear deal, formaly known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), irrespective of a decision by US President Donald Trump to withdraw from the agreement and reimpose sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says those countries that promised Ankara to get back weapons supplied to the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) once the militiamen accomplished their alleged counter-terror mission in Syria are actually trying to trick Turkey and would eventually realize their mistake.