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The European Union needs to dramatically toughen weak CO2 targets for commercial vans to spur a shift to electric models and phase out fossil-fuel sales entirely by 2035, European campaign group Transport and Environment (T&E) said on Monday.
A year ago, Datuk Chong Sin Woon was appointed chairman of the Port Klang Authority. He sat down recently to talk about how he handled this appointment that came at very short notice.
U.S. railway operator Kansas City Southern said on Thursday that it had accepted Canadian National Railway Co's $33.6 billion acquisition offer, upending a $29 billion deal with its competitor Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): Vietnam imported nearly 1.2 million tonnes of raw cashew nuts worth US$1.9 billion in the first four months of this year, increases of 300 per cent and 323.5 per cent year-on-year, respectively, according to the General Statistics Office.
SYDNEY: Australia’s fiscal authorities are taking a leaf out of US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s playbook in deploying spending to push the economy toward maximum employment, a stance that keeps policy aligned with the Reserve Bank.
BEIJING: China State Construction Engineering Corp’s (CSCEC) Middle East subsidiary is fully engaged in the construction of the 139-km Package A of Etihad Rail’s 605-km Stage 2 project, connecting Ruwais and Ghuwaifat in the United Arab Emirates.
BEIJING: With the easing of the Covid-19 pandemic and vaccinations becoming broad-based, the growth rate of China’s foreign trade is likely to experience a high-speed expansion in the first half of this year and a relatively slower growth pace in the second half.
A rising tide lifts all boats but some are heavier than others.
LA PAZ (Reuters) - Rail line operators are re-establishing a train system to carry Bolivian exports to Chile's Pacific ports for the first time in 16 years, holding out hope of an increase in regional trade.
A brisk U.S. economic recovery and stalled factory production in other countries hit by coronavirus have propped up demand for goods made in China