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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Tech firm Honeywell International Inc and consulting and engineering company Wood are set to launch a technology solution to help companies reduce carbon intensity when making sustainable aviation fuel, the partners said on Thursday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - A shadow is looming over Germany's election: the spectre of the far-left Linke party, heir to the communists who once ruled East Germany, coming in from the political wilderness.
BEIJING (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): The world’s most indebted developer Evergrande Group said it will prioritise its home buyers and retail investors as it faces payment on some of its offshore bonds on Thursday (Sept 23).
BEIJING (China Daily/Asia News Network): China is expected to see 8.1 per cent economic growth this year, as solid export performance and increased fiscal support in the second half will offset a more protracted recovery in household consumption, said economists at the Asian Development Bank.
WHEN it comes to “thinking like an economist,” the usual ideas are about supply and demand, prices and incentives, and opportunity cost.
HONG KONG: Economic activity next year in Malaysia and India, two of the countries most affected by Covid-19 outbreaks in recent months, is expected to recover faster than earlier forecast, according to latest surveys.
(Reuters) -U.S. President Joe Biden told the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday he would work with Congress to double funds by 2024 to $11.4 billion per year to help developing nations deal with climate change.
Indonesia’s central bank left its benchmark interest rate unchanged at a record low as the economy begins to emerge from the country’s worst coronavirus wave and financial markets brace for tighter policy in the US.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - It was business as usual in Canada on Tuesday after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fell short of winning a majority in a tightly contested parliamentary election, leaving him once again dependent on opposition legislators to govern.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): Indonesia’s plan to invite China to submit a proposal for the Jakarta-Surabaya railway project has caught some by surprise, as the project appeared to be earmarked for Japan.