China says wants 'calm' resolution to U.S. trade war
Oil down nearly 2% as trade war shakes confidence
The Brief: It's a race against time and the British government is speeding up preparations for a no-deal Brexit. With a little more than two months to October 31st, London is starting to automatically enroll UK firms in a customs system.
The five states surrounding the Caspian sea are seeking to deepen their cooperation in the industrial, trade and tourism sectors at the 1st Caspian Economic Forum in Turkmenistan.
Google, Facebook, Amazon to testify in U.S. against French digital tax
The head of WHO, Tedros Adhanom-Ghebreyesus, said: "We can now offer patients an even better chance of survival."
Greta Thunberg, on German coal mine visit, questions 2038 fuel exit date
Hong Kong airport on alert ahead of fresh wave of protests
Ryanair pilots voted in favour of a strike and the union set five dates for the strike.
Capital One Financial Corp said on Monday that personal information including names and addresses of about 100 million individuals in the United States and 6 million people in Canada were obtained by a hacker who has been arrested.
French carmaker Renault cuts 2019 revenue outlook
U.S. lawmakers grill E-cigarette maker Juul over efforts targeted at schoolchildren
Two charged with terrorism over Bulgaria's biggest data breach - lawyer
Portuguese cabin crew working for Ryanair are planning on carrying out a strike next month over pay and working conditions.
Swiss minister under fire for tobacco sponsorship of Expo pavilion
Simply put, "the bigger the boats, automatically the more expensive it gets."
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British Airways loses legal bid to halt pilot strikes; plans to appeal
Australian authorities have detained a French television crew who were filming anti-coal protest
In a week when the two candidates for the Tory leadership making their pitch to be the next prime minister said the so-called ‘backstop’ was now dead, business owners across the UK and the wider EU were still left scratching their heads about what exactly will happen October.
Volvo is recalling up to half a million vehicles due to safety concerns linked to a manufacturer failure.
Trump tells France's Macron U.S. concerned with proposed digital services tax
In a bid to regulate the social media marketing industry, the UAE has made licenses for commercialised influencers mandatory.
US fans at heart of growing Arsenal fan protests
US Senator Schumer asks FBI, FTC to probe Russia's FaceApp over security concerns
After the Soviet Union fell, state-owned factories in Vietnam became much more reliant on products that would appeal to an international audience.