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Foreign Investments Curbs To Be Eased By China, No More Forced Tech Transfers

All those restrictions that were not included in its self-styled "negative lists" on foreign investments would be lifted by China, said the vice-commerce minister of the country. Beijing will also "neither explicitly nor implicitly" force transfer of technology to domestic companies by foreign...

Louis Vuitton ponders buying Tiffany

French group LVMH took interest in the American jewelry company Tiffany, and is already negotiating with its owners, according to sources from Bloomberg and FT. Although the parties have not signed any documents yet, the acquisition may be the largest for LVMH, which already owns brands such as...

IMF is getting ready to turn global finances green

The share of risks associated with climate change for economies continues to grow, raising the green agenda to the level of financial regulators and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The IMF is getting ready to include climate threats in economic analytics. It was announced at a recent annual...

Global M&As Expected To Rise In 2020 As Firms Restructure Supply Chains After US-China Trade War

The trade war between the United States and China will force a change in the global supply chains which will result in an increase in mergers and acquisitions in the coming year according to opinions expressed by more than half of deal makers, said a new report on the issue.   According to...

Majority Of EU Coal Plants Are Loss Making, Says A Carbon Tracker Report

Carbon Tracker, a think-tank that is focused on examining the impact of climate change on financial markets, has claimed that no profits are made by at least four-fifths of coal-fired power plants in the European Union.   The study, which was published in a the form of a new report recently,...

South Korean GDP growth in Q3 slows more than expected

South Korean economic growth in the III quarter slowed more than expected, according to preliminary data from the Bank of Korea. South Korea's GDP increased by 0.4% compared with the previous quarter after rising by 1% in the II quarter. Analysts surveyed by Bloomberg predicted growth of 0.5%....

Investors in Telegram refuse to claim money back, decide to wait until April

Investors of both rounds of financing the TON project, by a majority vote, refused to demand a return on the money invested in the project and agreed to wait until the blockchain platform is launched in April, Forbes sources said. Investors in the Telegram Open Network (TON) blockchain platform...

US-China Trade War: Job Cuts Being Done By Some US Electronics Factories

A number of electronics factories in the United States are now facing the heat of the US-China trade war. According to a survey conducted by an industry body, a number of electronics factories in the US have slowed down investment and scaled back hiring or have even started to lay off employees as...

Experts assessed US senator Warren's threats to ban shale oil production

Experts assessed potential consequences of the ban on allocation of new plots of federal land in the United States for the extraction of fossil fuels, as well as the ban on the use of hydraulic fracturing technology. 70-year-old US Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, one of the Democratic...

Corporate Cash Spending Drops Sharpest By In A Decade

According to a new report from analysts at Goldman Sachs, there has been a slump in investment and spending by corporate America at the fastest rate in a decade because of economic worries.   According to the predictions by the investment bank, there will be a decline of 6 per cent in 2019...
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