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Moscow: Russia has ditched plans to set greenhouse-gas emissions targets for companies as a sign of its commitment to fighting climate change, following lobbying from big businesses that risked fines if they didn’t comply.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday cited "positive momentum" in the U.S. process to ratify a new North American trade deal, which has been in limbo for months amid concerns over labor standards.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Cooperation between Europe and China on reducing climate-warming emissions will be "decisive", French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday, after the Trump administration filed paperwork to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement.
PRIME Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, in a recent speech at the UN Headquarters in New York, restated Malaysia’s ongoing support for the Rohingya and the intention to continue to help by whatever means possible.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he talked with recently reelected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday, congratulating him on his win and agreeing to keep working toward passage of a new North American trade deal.
TOKYO: A rally in global shares stalled, with Asian markets stuck in tight ranges early on Wednesday, as the prospect of a rate cut by the Federal Reserve was countered by worries a Sino-U.S. first-stage trade deal could be delayed.
LONDON: Britain will hold its first December election in almost a century after Prime Minister Boris Johnson won approval from parliament on Tuesday for an early ballot aimed at breaking the Brexit deadlock.
LONDON: The European Union agreed to a Brexit delay of up to three months on Monday, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would push on with his bid to end Britain's political paralysis with an election on Dec. 12.
LONDON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union agreed a three-month flexible delay on Monday to Britain's departure from the bloc as Prime Minister Boris Johnson pushes for an election after opponents forced him to request an extension he had vowed never to ask for.
French media said Oct 24 they would drag Google before the country's competition regulator over its refusal to pay news companies for displaying their content in defiance of a strict new EU copyright law.