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NEW YORK: In a move to kickstart the energy transition globally, the Ikea Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation have announced that they will each donate US$500mil (RM2.08bil) to support distributed renewable generation projects in developing nations.
Facebook won a key court case in the US this week, but the US tech industry still faces challenges at home and in the European Union in particular.
HONG KONG: Surging house prices across much of the globe are emerging as a key test for central banks’ ability to rein in their crisis support.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -The European Union has agreed to delay a corporate tax plan for the bloc following pressure from the U.S. administration and in a bid to facilitate a broader global tax deal, but EU member Ireland reiterated its criticisms of the wider reform.
North Macedonia is still far from real equality and is placed 71 in this year's Gender Gap Index from the World Economic Forum – well behind neighbours Serbia (19th) and Montenegro (48th).
LONDON: The Bank of England (BoE) should not cut back on stimulus too early, a top economist who will soon join the BoE’s rate-setting committee said, underscoring a divide among UK policymakers about how to respond to rising inflation.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party postponed a parliamentary debate over a new media law, a senior lawmaker said on Wednesday, amid a split with allies over amendments that could see U.S.-owned channel TVN lose its licence.