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BARCELONA: Development funding for efforts to tackle air pollution falls far short of what is needed in a world where nine in 10 people breathe air that is damaging their health - a problem thrown into sharp focus by the pandemic, researchers said on Monday.
LOOK no further than emerging markets for evidence that the K-shaped recovery is taking hold.
SEOUL: From sanitising closets to customisable fridges, the coronavirus pandemic has fanned demand for home appliances – so much so that Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is adding warehouses and bringing popular products to more markets.
SEOUL: From sanitising closets to customisable fridges, the coronavirus pandemic has fanned demand for home appliances - so much so that Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is adding warehouses and bringing popular products to more markets.
BERLIN: RWE AG increased profits in the first half of the year, boosted by a growing renewables portfolio that the German utility plans to expand further with an aggressive acquisition strategy, it said in a statement yesterday.
RECENT decades have been glorious for developing countries, where rapid growth has lifted millions of their citizens out of crushing poverty. But the coronavirus pandemic is threatening to halt their gains. And in the long term, the decline of the United States may pose an even bigger obstacle for developing nations.
It may prove to be an exception rather than the norm
NEW YORK/LONDON: World shares rallied to their highest since February and the euro hit its strongest in 18 months on Tuesday after European Union leaders agreed on a landmark stimulus package to revive regional economies ravaged by the coronavirus.