Unfair trade

Highlights of the 17-year trade war between Airbus and Boeing

The Boeing logo can be seen at their headquarters in Chicago. REUTERS / Jim Young June 15 (Reuters) – The United States and the European Union on Wednesday announced a truce in their epic 17-year transatlantic aircraft subsidy battle, pressing the pause button on the world’s biggest trade dispute. Read …

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Insurance company fined for lack of service: The Tribune India

Ramkrishan upadhyay Tribune press service Chandigarh, June 14 Failure to pay the Maturity Amount of a Policy in accordance with the Guaranteed Minimum Amount constitutes insufficient service. In stating this, the District Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, UT, not only ordered an insurance company to pay the balance of Rs 59,095 …

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Is there a “new cold war” behind the United States and China?

Joe Biden is trying to build an economy and an army superior to China (Pic: Wikicommons / Gage Skidmore) “We are in a competition to win the 21st century, and the gunshot has sounded. “ This is how Joe Biden describes America’s rivalry with China, a high-stakes battle for world …

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Joe Biden urges West to toughen up on China: CityAM

Joe Biden called on democratic Western nations to collectively harden the leadership of China and other “autocratic governments around the world” in order to win a great battle of ideologies. The US president used much of his G7 summit press conference to denounce China’s increasingly aggressive human rights violations, unfair …

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Bennett-Lapid must face Biden as China’s tentacles grow in Israel

Remember who won the tender to build the Port of Ashdod in 2014 for a billion dollars? The answer: the China Communications Construction Group. Remember Alon Tavor’s power plant that recently sold for around $ 600 million? It was also sold to a subsidiary of the same Chinese group. And …

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Karnataka HC rejects Amazon and Flipkart petition against ICC investigation: Details

The Karnataka High Court on Friday dismissed the plea filed by e-commerce companies Amazon and Flipkart, challenging the investigation ordered by the Indian Competition Commission (ICC) against them for competition law violations. In an important judgment delivered on Friday, the High Court of Karnataka canceled lawsuits filed by Amazon.com Inc. …

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Seoul shouldn’t be affected by Beijing to become a member of D10: The DONG-A ILBO

South Korean President Moon Jae-in left for Britain on Friday to join the G7 summit at the invitation of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who asked for the participation of leaders from Australia, India, South Africa and South Korea in the first face-to-face. facing a multilateral meeting since the start …

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Despite setbacks, some notable achievements during the 2021 legislature

HARTFORD – Despite hundreds of remote committee meetings and COVID restrictions that have closed the Capitol to the public and even banned full capacity in the House and Senate chambers until the very last hours of the legislative session, the General Assembly of 2021 recorded notable achievements. For starters, the …

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China Says US Revocation of Chinese Apps Ban “Positive Step”, Telecom News, ET Telecom

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s Commerce Department said on Thursday that a move by the United States to revoke the Trump administration’s executive orders to ban apps like TikTok and WeChat was a “positive step,” against a backdrop of strained relations between the two countries. “We hope the United States will …

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Pentagon makes China its political priority with several new classified programs

US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin attends a Pentagon press conference May 6, 2021 in Arlington, Virginia. Alex Wong | Getty Images WASHINGTON – Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Wednesday ordered the Pentagon to put China and its military build-up at the center of U.S. defense policy. The Pentagon-wide classified …

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