New variants threaten to render today’s vaccines ineffective, and the U.S. has put 80% of the world's countries on a no-go list, but travel firms remain optimistic.
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Nations have pledged massive cuts on greenhouse gas emissions, paving the way for a torrent of regulation set to benefit green stocks and bonds.
Both sides have blamed each other for export curbs and nationalism, posing a risk to the fragile post-Brexit trade relationship agreed on only in December.
What began as a bid to bring transparency has spiraled into chaotic mud-slinging that some fear could spur a trade row amid the pandemic.
The root of the dispute is Astra’s decision to prioritize the U.K. over the EU following a Belgian production glitch, in what Brussels claims to be a breach of contractual commitments.
Germany and the rest of the euro region are bracing for more Greek political upheaval followed by tortuous negotiations, even if the country votes for more austerity in Sunday's referendum. There is no quick fix to the crisis because European Union rules make talks on ...