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SANTIAGO:China hopes to welcome the United States "back to the negotiating table" to discuss global efforts to limit climate change at a United Nations summit to be hosted by Chile in December, its top climate change envoy said on Tuesday
LONDON: More than a year after taking the helm of Hong Kong’s biggest conglomerate from his father Li Ka-shing, Victor Li is making a US$3.3bil bet that Brexit won’t dent the value of U.K. pubs or the land under them.
LAS VEGAS: Apple Inc is offering cyber security researchers up to US$1 million to detect flaws in iPhones, the largest reward offered by a company to defend against hackers, at a time of rising concern about governments breaking into the mobile devices of dissidents, journalists and human rights advocates.
FRANKFURT: If the European Central Bank (ECB) decides to cut interest rates and restart bond purchases, it would hurt the euro-area economy more than help it, according to ING Groep’s chief executive officer
LONDON: Vodafone Group Plc plans to carve out its phone towers into a new business and consider an initial public offering or minority stake sale to lower debt.
SYDNEY: Google and Facebook Inc. are facing a regulatory crackdown in Australia after an inquiry highlighted concerns about their market power and impact on the media industry, adding to a barrage of global action against the technology giants.
AIX-EN-PROVENCE, France: European finance ministers need to find a compromise candidate to replace Christine Lagarde as the head of the International Monetary Fund, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said.