Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday that clashes between protesters and police last weekend have dampened her hopes that a recent lull in the violence would allow the territory’s economy to recover.
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) rejected European Union (EU) claims that it no longer provides subsidies to planemaker Airbus, prompting the United States to say it could increase retaliatory tariffs on a wider range of European goods.
The US House pressed toward its historic votes to impeach President Donald Trump on Wednesday, arguing over the charges he faces and the legitimacy of the probe that brought Congress and the day that was to leave a lasting mark on his tenure at the White House.
Global stock markets mostly dipped on Thursday after the US House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump and the central banks of Japan and Britain kept their interest rates low.
US special envoy for North Korea, Stephen Biegun, urged Pyongyang on Monday to return offers of talks, dismissing leader Kim Jong Un’s year-end deadline while highlighting Washington’s willingness to discuss “all issues of interest.”
An enraged US President Donald Trump said he was being subjected to an “attempted coup” and a witch trial as Democrats set a historic Impeachment vote for Wednesday.
On Monday, congressional leaders announced that their government-wide spending bill for fiscal year 2020 will include $425 million for states to protect US elections against foreign interference and cyber-attacks.
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World stock markets began the new year with a shot of Chinese stimulus, ensuring there was no immediate hangover after the wild gains of 2019.