Russian court seizes two European banks’ assets amid Western sanctions

[ad_1] Freezing hundreds of billions of dollars in lenders’ assets was part of dispute over gas project halted by sanctions.A Russian court has ordered the seizure of the assets, accounts, property and shares of Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank in the...

Need to empower Indian youth for an AI-driven future, says CEA Nageswaran

[ad_1] India needs to prepare its youth in the new technology area of Artificial Intelligence (AI), which is bound to have a pervasive impact on people’s lives and their employment prospects in the coming days, Anantha Nageswaran, Chief Economic Advisor...

California farmworkers cheer new housing in town scarred by mass shooting

[ad_1] Half Moon Bay, California – Almost a year and a half after a mass shooting took the lives of seven farmworkers in the town of Half Moon Bay, California, a new project is seeking to address the poor living...

As Cambodia launches $36.6bn building drive, China, Japan fight for spoils

[ad_1] Phnom Penh, Cambodia – Cambodia is pushing for an infrastructural renaissance, but it will need some help from its friends abroad to chip away at an estimated price tag of $36.6bn. That was the final sum calculated by the...

Indian exporters hopeful of gaining from US-China tariff war

[ad_1] Indian exporters are hopeful that the US decision to impose penal tariffs on certain Chinese imports may result in opportunities for them as they could step in to meet some of the supply gap. This would be more so...

Finmin discusses NBFC-related issues and concerns with Chief Executives of top companies

[ad_1] Finance Ministry on Thursday held wide-ranging consultations with the chief executives of top Non-Banking Finance Companies (NBFCs) on the issues and challenges before the sector and their implication for the financial system including banks.Also read: Bolster governance and assurance...

India’s PC market grows 2.6% in Q1 of 2024, 3.07 million units shipped: Report

[ad_1] India’s traditional PC market, including desktops, notebooks, and workstations shipped 3.07 million units in Q4 of FY24, registering a year-over-year (y-o-y) growth of 2.6 per cent, according to International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Personal Computing Device Tracker.Also read:Major...

Who benefits from US tariffs on Chinese imports? Experts weigh in

[ad_1] The trade war between the United States and China continued this week with its latest salvo – a move that comes amid a heated race for the White House. On Tuesday, US President Joe Biden announced tariff hikes on...

Biden slaps new tariffs on Chinese imports, ratcheting trade war

[ad_1] President Joe Biden has slapped major new tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles, advanced batteries, solar cells, steel, aluminium and medical equipment, taking potshots at Donald Trump along the way as he embraced a strategy that’s increasing friction between the...

Boeing’s jets turn 70: A timeline of highs, lows and turbulence

[ad_1] On May 14, 1954, Boeing, now one of the world’s largest commercial aerospace companies, unveiled its first commercial jet-powered passenger plane, the Model 367-80 prototype, at its Renton Field plant on the south shore of Lake Washington in Washington...
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