US accusations of Chinese human rights abuses, particularly against Muslim minority groups in the northwestern region of Xinjiang, have resulted in frequent angry exchanges between the sides. Frictions have also built over Washington’s support for Taiwan, which China claims as a breakaway province to be recovered by force if necessary, along with China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea. … [Read more...] about China sanctions leaders of US groups over Hong Kong actions
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For instance, in the early stages of the pandemic, criticism was directed at the Japanese government for not declaring a national emergency soon enough, the US government for not doing sufficient testing, and the Hong Kong government for refusing to shut down the border with China. … [Read more...] about Rise in COVID-19 Cases: Good for Approval Ratings?
"The European Commission introduced new proposals on country-by-country tax reporting, so that companies must declare where they make their profits in the EU and in 'blacklisted' tax havens. Conservative MEPs voted against the country-by-country reporting and against the blacklisting. The Panama Pares exposed the scandalous situation where wealthy individuals seem to believe that corporation tax and other taxes are something optional." … [Read more...] about Cameron on the Ropes Over Taxes as Public Trust in Financial System Falls
DBIL Chief Executive Officer Surojit Shome said, “The amalgamation of LVB has enabled us to provide stability to LVB’s depositors and employees. It also gives us access to a larger set of customers and cities where we do not currently have a presence.” … [Read more...] about DBS Bank allows LVB customers to access all services, doesn’t change interest rates
WARSAW: Poland's biggest oil refiner PKN Orlen expects to invest around 140 billion zlotys ($37.45 billion) over the next ten years as it shifts focus to building clean energy sources rather than oil refining, it said on Monday.The company said in September that it plans to become climate neutral in the next 30 years, although Poland is the only European Union state which has not pledged to cut emissions to zero by 2050."We are opening a new chapter in the history of PKN Orlen. We are building a new multi-energy group, capable of competing in the face of significant changes," PKN Orlen Chief Executive Daniel Obajtek said in a statement.PKN Orlen wants to have 2.5 gigawatts of installed capacity in clean energy sources by 2030, including 1.7 GW in offshore wind in the Baltic Sea. The group will cut carbon emissions from its refining and petrochemical assets by 20per cent and in its energy segment by 33per cent over the period."We are preparing for changes, especially that oil refining … [Read more...] about Polish refiner PKN sees investment at $37 bln in 2020-2030