Latest information on the global spread of the coronavirus

The resurgence of the coronavirus in Germany, Denmark and the Netherlands has warned the world that the pandemic has yet to be suppressed. Here are the latest developments. EUROPE * Germany’s health minister called for new restrictions to contain a “dramatic” increase in cases as the country’s infection rate hit …

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Land Tax Concerns for Chinese Homeowners and Buyers Amid Xi Jinping’s Common Prosperity Campaign

“We must actively and steadily push forward land tax legislation and reform, and carry out the pilot projects well,” President Xi Jinping said in August when he explained his vision of leading the Chinese people to the so-called common prosperity, with the property tax being one of the main objectives. …

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StanChart Deploys Preshipment Loans for Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers

Standard Chartered has partnered with leading global apparel buyers and suppliers and disbursed US dollar denominated preshipment loans under a new financing program, which aims to support more than 20,000 apparel workers in Bangladesh. The unique Covid-19 response funding program was designed in consultation with renowned buyers, enabling better liquidity …

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Stable stocks, rise in US futures; Cash slip: contract envelope

(Bloomberg) – Asian stocks were flat and US futures rose as traders weighed in on European Covid brakes and the risk of a faster Federal Reserve cut. The Treasury yield curve was almost the flattest since the start of the pandemic. Bloomberg’s Most Read Shares fell in Japan on Monday …

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India reaches out, Bimstec executives could attend Republic Day 2022

Efforts are underway to have the leaders of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multisectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (Bimstec) countries in New Delhi for the Republic Day celebrations next year, learns. we. Besides India, the sub-regional group of seven countries includes Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Nepal and Bhutan. …

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Second winter of woe threatens the global economy: a green week ahead

(Bloomberg) – The global economy is approaching northern hemisphere winter in disarray, unable to shake off the coronavirus crisis amid persistent supply disruptions, soaring prices and resurgence epidemics. Bloomberg’s Most Read The global surveys conducted this week among purchasing managers probably point in this direction. Among the results expected by …

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Japan joins ranks of oil consumers weighing inventory releases

(Bloomberg) – Japan plans to release oil from strategic stocks, joining China and the United States in a coalition of consumers who want to contain a surge in energy prices that has triggered higher inflation . Bloomberg’s Most Read “We are looking at measures we could act on, taking into …

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Latest updates: Ryanair to drop London list citing costs after Brexit

Hong Kong’s shares in Alibaba fell 10% on Friday, a day after the Chinese e-commerce giant forecast annual revenue to grow at its slowest pace since its stock market debut in 2014. The group’s shares listed in New York fell more than 11% on Thursday. Alibaba’s second quarter results fell …

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The case of the oddly calm inflation rate

INFLATION ON THE RISE around the world, with price increases now exceeding central bank targets. but Japan is a notable resistance. Although policy makers have long sought to generate inflation, consumer prices still refuse to budge. In October, they only rose 0.1% year on year, and inflation, excluding fresh produce …

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Global Smart Lighting Market Size, Share and Trends Report and Forecast 2021-2028

DUBLIN, November 18, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – The “Global Smart Lighting Market Size, Share and Trend Analysis Report by Component, By Connectivity (Wired, Wireless), By Application (Indoor, Outdoor) , by Region and Segment Forecast, 2021-2028 “the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global smart lighting market size is expected …

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