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CHINA and the U.S. are shipping goods to each other at the briskest pace in years, making the world’s largest bilateral trade relationship look as if the protracted tariff war and pandemic never happened.
CHICAGO: United Airlines Holdings Inc is poised to buy more than 200 Airbus SE and Boeing Co jetliners, one of the largest purchases in its history, as the United States carrier revamps its single-aisle fleet with more efficient planes, according to people familiar with the plans.
US aviation titan sees opportunity to upgrade its fleet
BOEING Co CEO Dave Calhoun faces a multibillion-dollar dilemma over how to rebuild sales in its core airliner business that has sparked an internal debate and put the future of the largest US exporter on the line, industry insiders say.
NEW YORK: U.S. shares rebounded on Thursday after falling for three consecutive days and benchmark Treasury yields dipped, as investors snapped up stocks that would benefit from an economic recovery and shrugged off worries about rising prices, for now.
Planemaker’s board faces new investor showdown despite share rally
IF you think the ultimate reason the Suez Canal got blocked last week is because container ships are getting too big, get ready for the future.
Port Klang Authority general manager Capt K. Subramaniam said Port Klang and Port of Tanjung Pelepas were the only Malaysian ports receiving calls from Europe and the Mediterranean.
SINGAPORE: Oil prices fell more than 2% as fresh coronavirus lockdowns revived worries about demand for oil products, even as tug boats struggled to move a stranded container ship blocking crude oil carriers in the Suez Canal.