An electric car charges on a street recharging port in London on Wednesday. Britain says it will ban the sale of new gasoline and diesel cars by 2030. Associated Press
India, which has reported the highest number of COVID-19 cases in the world after the United States, has so far vaccinated more than 12 million health and front-line workers.
Investors shrugged off US President Donald Trump’s second impeachment and focused instead on reports that his successor, Joe Biden, will lay out a new US $2 trillion stimulus programme later.
Finally, there seems to be some light at the end of what looks like a long, long tunnel. After being pummelled by the ravages of the much hated and feared coronavirus for months, which has killed over a million people,
World stocks edged higher on Friday, but gains were capped by dwindling stimulus in the United States and concerns about the damage to the global economy from further COVID-19 infections. Hopes of a stimulus-led recovery receded after US Treasury Secretary
William, the Duke of Cambridge, will visit Dubai on Feb.10, with his trip coming as the UAE marks its 50th year and coinciding with UK National Day being held at Expo 2020 Dubai, his office said.
Flowers and gastronomy definitely delight and the island-city state of Singapore, not only in celebration of its National Day in connection with the Expo2020 Dubai,
General Motors (GM) is poised to announce next week major electric-vehicle investments in Michigan, with plans to spend $6.5 billion and create up to 4,000 new jobs at two plants.