You have searched for "shipments"
Showing 1-10 of 8889
LONDON (Reuters) - Colonial Pipeline has cyber insurance arranged by broker Aon, with Lloyd's of London insurers AXA XL and Beazley among the underwriters, three sources told Reuters on Thursday.
BEKAA VALLEY, Lebanon (Reuters) - Fruit is ripening and vegetables are shooting up in Lebanon's lush Bekaa Valley, but the head of the region's farmers' syndicate, Ibrahim Tarshishy, is still a worried man.
Apple’s attempt to diversify manufacturing to India is being stymied by New Delhi’s coronavirus crisis
Apple has been hit by Covid-19 infections at two of its India plants, according to Taiwan media report. The coronavirus wave is likely to slow handset manufacturing production in India and weaken consumer demand, analysts say.
China’s semiconductor imports were down 7 per cent in April from the previous month, but up 23 per cent year over year despite global shortagesThe global semiconductor market continues to see strong growth, but shortages are expected to persist throughout the year
PUTRAJAYA: Some 2,800 AstraZeneca vaccination appointments scheduled for May 15 and 16 at the World Trade Centre Kuala Lumpur (WTCKL) vaccination centre will be given new dates due to concerns about congestion.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia expects to receive about 875,000 doses of Covid-19 vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech and AstraZeneca between May 19 and June 1.
AMMAN/CAIRO (Reuters) - A small fire occurred in one of the engines of a tanker off the coast of Syria's Mediterranean port of Banias, state media said.
BEIJING (Global Times): Despite downward spiralling bilateral relations between China and Australia that have caused many uncertainties for Australian exporters, they hold hopes that the growing rift will be eased as their commitment to the world's second largest economy remains.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's most populous state recorded no new COVID-19 infections for a third straight day on Sunday but extended raised social distancing and mask-wearing rules by a week as the authorities hunted for the source of a small outbreak.