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Hopes damped over extra gas from Russia; Europe split on nuclear power; China reverts to coal to combat factory outages
My country is investing for a zero-carbon future, but the world must commit at COP26 to make efforts like ours a success
Damn, or be damned.
The US president’s domestic problems are hobbling his efforts to defend freedom overseas
Policy is playing only a limited role in controlling global carbon emissions
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Dutch manufacturer has recalled about 3.5m machines that used flawed part
GDP expands at slowest pace in a year as property slowdown and energy crisis hit recovery
What to watch this earnings season
US bank hails ‘milestone’ as it prepares to increase staffing and investment in the country
China’s economy will expand at roughly the same pace as the US next year, says BofA
Rising inflation and supply chain woes add to pressure on vulnerable countries
Andrew Bailey makes no attempt in speech to central bankers to quell expectations of rate rise this year
EU leaders will discuss vaccine support for developing countries, and big brands update on rocky road to recovery
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Western companies will have to decide between profit and ethics
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Buyers in Europe and US must wait longer for supplies as factories are forced to slash operating capacity
Suspension of shipments following mad cow cases threatens $4bn a year trade
Yodel CEO says shoppers are heeding the warnings from retailers and logistics companies to buy in advance
World Bank and IMF are membership bodies with core shareholders who are not independent from geopolitics
Freight costs now at 10 times pre-pandemic levels
Seasonal shortages are a spur to manufacturers to invest in capacity
Beijing could let the property behemoth go bankrupt, but that risks shockwaves both at home and abroad