Daily Management Review
World & Politics

Republicans and Democrats focus on carbon pricing

With carbon tax bills, the changing wave has caught on to the Congress in the U.S. From both sides congress members are presenting “competing bills” with the aim of introducing a “tax on carbon”. The Democrats as well as the Republicans are under the pressure of their respective constituents for...

Iran Hints It May Swap Seized Tankers With The UK

If the United Kingdom agrees to release an Iranian tanker that was seized by it earlier this month off the coast of Gibraltar, Iran would also let go of the British-flagged vessel it seized last week, Iran's President Hassan Rouhani apparently suggested.   "If Britain steps away from the...

China launches anti-dumping investigation into U.S. propanol

Propanol is typically used as a printing ink solvent for food packaging and to make antibiotics. On Tuesday, according to a statement from China’s Ministry of Commerce, an anti-dumping investigation has been launched on imported propanol from the United States.   Propanol is typically used...

France announces new tax for air fares

The Minister of Transport of France, Élisabeth Borne, announced her intention to introduce an environmental tax on all flights of aircraft departing from France starting from 2020. Borne told about this at a press conference on Tuesday, July 9. The amount of tax that will be included in the price...

Europe Concerned Over Iran Move To Breach Uranium Enrichment Cap

The latest decision of Iran to violate the 2015 nuclear accord by exceeding the allowable levels of uranium enrichment according to accord has not been taken well by European powers who have urged Tehran to reverse that decision. The European powers, some of which were also signatories to the 2015...

Singapore To Build ‘$296 Million’ Smart Next-Gen Army Training Centre

In order to battle with the highest recorded rate of terrorism, Singapore is going to prep its armed forces in a “smart” environment. Singapore earmarks nearly “S$400 million” which is equivalent to “$296 million” for creating a “next-generation smart training facility” to prepare the country’s...

No More Sales Of E-Cigarettes In San Francisco?

San Francisco could be counted among the first of the cities on the U.S. to vote in favour of banning Juul and other vaporizers sale. The city awaits a signed ordinance to see the legislation take effect. Ithough San Frani makes the “most popular e-cigarette brand” in America, while the officials...

US ‘Hell-Bent On Hostile Acts’ Even After Trump-Kim Agreement, Says North Korea

A few days after a meeting between the United State president Donald Trump and the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the rouge nation accused the US of being “obsessed with sanctions” and of being “more and more hell-bent on hostile acts” targeted against it. These were said by a mission of...

Italy avoids EU sanctions for high national debt

Italy avoided the threat of disciplinary action from the EU by convincing the European Commission that the new measures introduced this week will help bring the country's growing debt in line with the budget rules of the bloc, reports Reuters. The European Commission said that at this stage the...

Trump allocates 4.6 bln to help migrants

US President Donald Trump has signed a bill to allocate $ 4.6 billion to solve problems with immigrants at the US-Mexico border, the Associated Press reported. “This is a humane solution to a huge problem that started because of our bad immigration laws,” Trump said. Democratic lawmakers were...
1 ... « 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 » ... 97