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The next shock in the pipeline for China’s economy: energy crunch
As China cracks down on energy use, it could lead to a shortage of everything from textiles to electronic components.
27 Sep 2021
With Chinese ban final on crypto, firms scramble to sever ties
Two of the largest crypto exchanges said they have stopped registering new users from mainland China on the back of ban.
27 Sep 2021
Erdogan: Turkey could buy more Russian S-400s despite US warnings
Turkish president says Ankara considering acquiring more of the Russian defence systems in defiance of US objections.
26 Sep 2021
Lebanese voice concerns and mixed emotions on new government
Najib Mikati’s new government has been met with cautious hope after 13 months of political deadlock.
26 Sep 2021
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Is Russia to blame for Europe’s gas shortages?
International Energy Agency calls on Moscow to send more gas to head off an energy crisis amid concerns of shortages.
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25 Sep 2021
Huawei CFO arrives in China after deal with US prosecutors
Meng Wanzhou lands in Shenzhen airport after spending three years of house arrest in Canada fighting extradition.
25 Sep 2021
‘Simply untrue’: IMF’s Georgieva pushes back on World Bank probe
The report puts Georgieva at risk of having her authority undermined weeks before a meeting of global finance chiefs.
24 Sep 2021
Abu Dhabi wealth funds eye Turkey investments worth billions
The investment discussions provide further evidence of a turnaround in ties between the two countries.
24 Sep 2021
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‘Once-in-a-generation chance to set things straight’
As the UN kicks off an energy dialogue, the person charged with global development efforts talks to Al Jazeera.
24 Sep 2021
Who will speak for Afghanistan at the United Nations?
The Taliban wants to represent Afghanistan at the UN, but so does its current accredited ambassador.
24 Sep 2021
Bitcoin slumps as China bans all cryptocurrency transactions
China has declared all crypto-related transactions illicit, in toughest blow yet to the crypto industry.
24 Sep 2021
Turkish students sleep in parks in protest against soaring rents
Nightly student protests across Turkey against unaffordable rents are a sign of a wider cost of living crisis.
24 Sep 2021
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Drive to end energy poverty gets jump start at United Nations
World leaders are gathering to revitalise commitments to end energy poverty for all.
24 Sep 2021
Petrol stations close in UK amid shortage of truck drivers
Government urges Brits against panic buying as shortage of hauliers stretches supply chains to breaking point.
24 Sep 2021
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