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KUALA LUMPUR: Big US companies are accelerating efforts to move more of their supply chains from China to neighbouring countries in light of Trump administration tariffs.
JOHN Christensen called Jersey home. A native of the scenic isle off England’s southern coast, he was a government economist with a hillside villa that had views of France.
Barneys New York Inc. filed for bankruptcy protection from its creditors after getting squeezed by rising rents and fewer visitors to its luxury fashion boutiques.
NEW YORK: Barneys New York Inc has filed for bankruptcy protection from its creditors after getting squeezed by rising rents and fewer visitors to its luxury fashion boutiques.
LONDON/DUBAI: Saudi Aramco's biggest asset could also be a liability.
SYDNEY: Australia is seeing an increase in interest in its millionaires-only visa programme from wealthy Hong Kong residents who are eyeing a safety net amid political turmoil in the Chinese-ruled territory, migration lawyers told Reuters.
Employers early on supported their workers’ desire to protest but have started to shift under pressure from Beijing
The effort to stop a former U.S. Justice Department official from representing Huawei is another step in a broader U.S. government campaign against the Chinese company, a lawyer for Huawei argued on Wednesday.
COPENHAGEN: Denmark is about to become a test case for what happens when banks start charging a lot of customers to store their money.