Huawei is looking to overturn a ruling by the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) barring the use of funding from the American government from being used to buy equipment from telecommunications giant.
Official Chinese media outlets lashed out against the United States and called for harsh reprisals in editorials on Thursday after the US House of Representatives passed legislation calling for a stronger response to Beijing’s mistreatment of its Uighur Muslim minority.
China has reiterated a call for existing tariffs to be lowered as crucial talks between Beijing and Washington look to continue.
France was paralysed by a national strike over President Emmanuel Macron's planned pension reforms as public sector workers walked off the job en masse on Thursday.
Russia and China have increased their collaboration in the Arctic Circle as Moscow opens a natural gas pipeline in Siberia to Beijing.
US President Donald Trump called Canadian leader Justin Trudeau “two faced” on Wednesday and says he’s “not very happy” that he “called him out” for Canada’s falling short of NATO's target for members' defence spending to reach 2. 0% of annual gross domestic product.
Greetings card retailer Clintons is on the cusp of announcing a restructuring programme that could preserve 2,500 permanent jobs, according to a report from Sky News.
Labour’s plans for the nationalisation of different sectors could lead to a disruption in the UK’s transition to a low-carbon economy, the Institute for Fiscal Studies said in a study on Wednesday.
As extreme inequality grows, the six richest persons in the UK now control as much wealth as the poorest 13. 0m, said research from the Equality Trust.
Tesco, Sainsbury and Asda have urged Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro to stop the Amazon deforestation for soy production in a letter published on Tuesday.
America's top economic official said that Washington was focused on getting "the right deal" with China and kept the door open to the possible imposition of new trade tariffs.
New Zealand said it was banning foreign donations to politicians and tightening rules on political advertising ahead of an election next year and amid warnings of foreign interference.
The transparency campaign Fair Tax Mark accused America's six largest technology firms of "aggressively avoiding" $100. 0bn-worth of taxes around the world over the past decade, singling out Amazon as the "worst offender".
At the start of the COP25 climate summit in Madrid on Monday, UN secretary general Antonio Guterres said the planet was at a point of no return and that “we simply have to stop digging and drilling. ”.
US president Donald Trump is to reinstate tariffs on imports of metals from Argentina and Brazil.
Hopes that the US and China are close to striking a crucial phase one trade deal have weakened, according to reports, after the White House appeared to back protestors in Hong Kong.
Crude oil and copper futures slid sharply on the final day of the month, with concerns around the current state of US-China trade talks triggering a wave of selling, albeit amid holiday depleted tradung volumes.
Several persons were believed injured and at least one person was shot during what the London Ambulance Service declared was a "major incident" at London Bridge.
Mercedes Benz owner Daimler will cut at least 10,000 jobs worldwide by 2022 as it looks to fund a drive towards further electric vehicle production.
The latest report from the Institution for Public Policy Research (IPPR) says the UK should put £20. 0bn into the UN climate fund by 2030 to pay its “fair share”.