Trade Wars

A new partnership for 30 years?

In April, the news that Iraq was mediation longtime rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran have captivated Middle Eastern observers. Iraq’s new role as a Saudi-Iranian intermediary comes as the Saudis have taken concrete steps in recent years to establish a meaningful relationship with their northern neighbor, such as reopening their …

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Survive or thrive? Data-Driven Quality and Compliance Now Critical to Supply Chains Mission – TechCrunch

The consumer products industry is constantly evolving to meet consumer demands. New product trends can arise suddenly, forcing brands and retailers to pivot quickly. We saw this happen virtually overnight at the start of the pandemic, when consumers around the world had to quickly outfit their home offices with webcams …

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Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has died at 88

WASHINGTON – Donald Rumsfeld, the double secretary of defense and former presidential candidate whose reputation as a skillful bureaucrat and visionary of a modern US military was shaken by the long and costly Iraq war, died Tuesday. He was 88 years old. In a statement released Wednesday, Rumsfeld’s family said …

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What you need to know about the wine trade wars

Oscar Wilde once wrote that “life imitates art much more than art imitates life.” In “The Roaring Mouse”, a late 1950s film, the mythical nation of Grand Fenwick’s only export, a special wine, Pinot Grand Fenwick, faces competition from California; and their economy is collapsing. Like others, after World War …

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China will likely be the world’s largest consumer of cultured meat – but a long and arduous journey awaits it

It is a well-known fact that China’s huge population means it is today and will continue to be in the future, leading to struggles to meet local demand for meat, this which encourages the government to open up to cultivated meat. “[China] suffers from food instability [with its] meat supply …

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France, US agree on dangers of rising China, says Blinken

PARIS – Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken, speaking in an interview after a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron, said the United States and France were “on the same page” in their determination to resist the possibility of a world ruled by China. an order which would be “of …

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Materials, Cost Fluctuations Dog Contractors | state

A continuing shortage of building materials and fluctuating costs remain a priority for contractors across the United States, according to the United States Chamber of Commerce’s second-quarter Commercial Construction Index. According to a chamber survey, 84 percent of contractors face at least one material shortage. Almost half (46%) say declining …

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Trump’s tariffs are said to have caused billions in losses

(Bloomberg) – In early 2020, a highly unlikely anomaly in world trade data began to emerge: China said it was selling more products to the United States than the United States said it was buying. to China. It was a reversal of the normal pattern and a product of the …

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American Image Awards honors leaders in diversity and innovation – WWD

The 2021 Virtual AAFA American Image Awards, which benefits the Fashion Designers Council of America Foundation, on Monday honored companies and individuals who stand up for diversity, inclusion, innovation and global reach . This year’s recipients were HanesBrands as Company of the Year; Walmart as Retail Innovator of the Year; …

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Xinjiang polysilicon ban aims to promote Biden’s national agenda

Editor’s Note: Bradley Blankenship is an American journalist, political analyst and independent reporter based in Prague. The article reflects the views of the author and not necessarily those of CGTN. According to various sources, the administration of US President Joe Biden is considering a ban on imports of polysilicon from …

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