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Why are Australian firms still doing business with China? Partly to fight climate change, says ACRI report
Australian companies are continuing to do business with China not just for commercial reasons but because of a focus on climate change and carbon emissions reduction policies, new research has found.
GLASGOW (Reuters) - Behind the headlines touting new emissions and finance commitments, the U.N. climate talks in Glasgow are facing a battle for credibility.
As climate disasters soared in the last few years, there has never a greater need for journalism that has impact.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A television show about the clash between former FBI director James Comey and U.S. President Donald Trump over Russian interference in the 2016 election will be broadcast in September - ahead of the November elections, cable channel Showtime said on Wednesday
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The clash between former FBI director James Comey and U.S. President Donald Trump over Russian interference in the 2016 elections is coming to television, but the drama series will be aired after Americans vote in November.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian equities were lower in Wednesday (April 15) trade, bucking an overnight rally on Wall Street prompted by encouraging signs that US coronavirus infection rates were in decline.
VIENNA: Saudi Arabia, the dominant force in OPEC, is using both carrot and stick to talk other members of the oil cartel into defending prices at Thursday’s ministerial meeting.
KUALA LUMPUR: Star Media Group (SMG) is among the 30 newsrooms around the world which will join forces to mark World News Day (WND).