G-20 News

Tyler Dearden and Raynel Espinal win players of the week

Here are the minor league ratings for this week: Sadly, not all of the minor notes aired this week, but if you keep up with the times SoxProspects.com Twitter account, you have been kept up to date. Apologies for that, but we’ll be back next week with the normal Minor …

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Moderna to ship 2M vaccine doses to Canada by week of June 14

Moderna will ship 500,000 doses of its COVID-19 vaccine to Canada next week and an additional 1.5 million doses the week of June 14. Minister of Supply Anita Anand announced the confirmed shipments today. She says Moderna still promises to send millions of more doses next month, but there is …

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EU-Japan summit to help define the G7 and G20 agenda

EU-Japan summit to help define the G7 and G20 agenda Newly elected Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga is recognized by the Lower House of Parliament in Tokyo, Japan, September 16, 2020 (Reuters) Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and key EU leaders, led by European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, …

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Global tax deal nears first step as G-7 seeks common ground

Subscribe to the New Economy Daily newsletter, follow us @economy and subscribe to our Podcast. A global deal that could reshape the tax landscape for the biggest corporations is approaching a crucial first step as the Group of Seven nations focus on a deal that could feature both a minimum …

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Prepare for a Disorderly Transition to a Low Carbon Era, Companies and Investors Say | Greenhouse gas emissions

Big companies and investors in the world’s largest economies should prepare for a turbulent transition to a low-carbon future, as none of the G20 countries are on track to achieve their climate ambitions, according to a new report. There is “no longer a realistic chance” for an orderly transition for …

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Trudeau hails Canada’s improved vaccination rate as questions swirl over shipping of Moderna doses

Prime Minister congratulates Canadians for rolling up their sleeves as our immunization rates skyrocket, but it remains to be seen if Moderna will meet its delivery target because this drug maker is seeking approval for its injection for children. During the regular COVID-19 briefing, Justin Trudeau praised the push by …

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Unequal access to vaccines scandalous, says WHO chief, Europe News & Top Stories

GENEVA • The Covid-19 pandemic is perpetuated by a “scandalous injustice” in the distribution of vaccines, said yesterday the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) by setting new objectives to protect the populations of the countries poorer. WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has warned that no country should assume …

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Prospective Team of the Week May 24, 2021

MLB Pipeline’s Foresight Team of the Week honors the best performances of the previous seven days. Any Minor League currently on an organization’s Top 30 Leads list in our lead rankings is eligible. Week three of the Minor League season is on the books and the outstanding performances continue. In …

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Experts urge G20 leaders to act against cruel wildlife trade

World Animal Protection has released a new report that exposes the loopholes in the laws of G20 countries that continue to cruelly exploit wildlife and leave the world vulnerable to future pandemics. Read also: Kenya begins its first national wildlife census The NGO calls on G20 world leaders to ban …

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G-20, pharmaceutical companies promise more vaccines for poorest countries, Europe News & Top Stories

ROME • Coronavirus vaccine producers pledged billions of doses for poorest countries at Group of 20 (G-20) health summit, where leaders pledged to expand access injections to end the pandemic. The bosses of Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson have announced that they will provide around 3.5 billion doses of …

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