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Border tariffs with the UAE and other GCC states viewed as part of efforts to woo companies to base themselves in kingdom
Support for the EU remains strong, but the confrontation with Brussels is prompting a debate on the Polish right about ‘Polexit’
While senior figures forming the new coalition emphasise continuity, some want a less conciliatory foreign policy
Victory for a Republican former private equity executive would serve as a warning for Democrats before next year’s midterms
The oil-dependent economy is struggling despite a package of reforms from the president and a promise to fight corruption
State prosecutors are investigating an allegation that taxpayers’ money was used to fund the former chancellor’s rise to power
The company has streamlined operations in an effort to make it profitable but still faces legal challenges
As the surviving founders at KKR step down, some experts warn the industry could exhaust its capacity to maintain high returns
Biden administration announced measures to ease bottlenecks and shortages but problems are deep-seated
Personalised cancer treatments are among those being developed using a technology once distrusted by big pharma
The entrepreneur hopes the Starship will help take humans to Mars. Rivals fear it will dominate US deep space exploration
Supply shortfalls and an over-reliance on volatile imports are contributing to record prices
From garlic-infused pellets to face masks — the lengths employed by farmers to cut greenhouse gas emissions
Researchers are hailing a breakthrough in personalised treatments for mental illness that could be used for other conditions
Backed by Warren Buffet, BYD is pushing into overseas markets. It hopes its cheap and powerful batteries will help it sell cars
A battery-powered version of Ford’s most iconic vehicle will test the US appetite for more environmentally friendly cars
CNews gave a platform to the broadcaster, who is surging in the polls, while critics say it has tilted the election agenda to the right
After years of talk from carmakers, the industry is rapidly being transformed as companies stake their future on EVs
For more than 100 years student athletes received no payment but a U-turn means they could earn as much as $1.5bn this year alone
From petrol, gas and food supplies to hospitals under pressure, the UK could face a series of overlapping crises
Islamabad’s aim to re-establish its strategic role in the region could be undermined by support for the Islamist government in Kabul
With sanctions derailing its traditional operations, the telecoms group is now rushing to boost areas such as cloud services
Populist leader is playing a dangerous game by provoking supporters to question country’s institutions, say critics
The Aukus deal shows the need for more military collaboration between EU states but the US remains the indispensable partner
The prime minister has plans to transform the country. But does he have the skills to mobilise the government machinery?