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Part I: High quality growth to sustain global leadership
SINGAPORE (Reuters): Singapore's first ship-to-ship bunkering of a liquefied natural gas (LNG)-fuelled oil tanker is now complete, the city-state's port authority said in a joint press release on Friday (May 7).
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets rallied Friday (May 7) following a record-breaking finish on Wall Street as traders keenly await a key US jobs report that is expected to reaffirm the recovery in the world's top economy is blasting ahead.
CHINA is turning to its state-owned coal power companies to helm the next stage of the country’s renewables push, as the sector becomes less attractive to other investors.
New five-year roadmap aims for 15% return on equity (ROE) by 2025
Coal consumption has already reached a plateau and power and steel industries are expected to reach peak emissions by 2025At the same time, about half of the country’s cities and provinces are moving over to renewable sources of energy
BEIJING: Electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc, facing scrutiny in China over safety and customer service complaints, is boosting its engagement with mainland regulators and beefing up its government relations team, industry sources said.
BEIJING: China’s central bank is devising structural monetary policy tools that can provide direct support to the real economy in the pursuit of cutting carbon emissions.
KUALA LUMPUR: In what is seen as a major breakthrough for Malaysia, Saudi Arabia will become Malaysia’s hub for the import and distribution of palm oil and palm oil related products into the lucrative Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the Middle East and North African (MENA) markets.
IT’S starting to feel as commonplace as handwashing: To protect against Covid, people across the globe are skipping trains and buses. Instead, they’re part of the great car comeback that’s sending vehicle sales soaring and fuelling a demand surge for oil and metals.