• Sudan rejects linking removal from U.S. terrorism list with Israel ties
    Financial Post - 19 minutes ago
    KHARTOUM — Sudan does not want to link its removal from a U.S. terrorism list that is hindering access to foreign funding for the country’s economy with a normalization of relations with Israel, Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok said on Saturday. Sources said this week that U.S. officials indicated in talks…
  • Beijing autoshow: China’s back, EVs booming, outlook uncertain
    Financial Post - 48 minutes ago
    BEIJING — China’s auto market has rebounded smartly from the COVID-19 crash in recent months, executives said on Saturday, as a rare in-person trade show was dominated by talk of recovery in the world’s biggest car market. While conditions have improved vastly from lockdowns that froze economic activity in the…
  • China’s Carbon Target Moves Big Economies Into Radical Climate Consensus
    Financial Post - 2 hours ago
    (Bloomberg) — After a week of far-reaching climate promises measured over decades, four of the world’s six largest economies have now proposed ending dates for their carbon emissions. President Xi Jinping’s surprise announcement at the annual United Nations climate meeting this week committed China to reaching carbon neutrality by 2060.…
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    This $67.99 course bundle teaches you how to master the two most important digital marketing skills
  • China needs to step up global financial integration – FX regulator
    Financial Post - 3 hours ago
    SHANGHAI — China needs to further open its capital markets and financial industry to avoid being globally isolated,a senior foreign exchange regulator said on Saturday. China will conform to international rules to promote further integration of its capital markets, and continue interest rate and exchange rate reforms in a steady…
  • Beijing Autoshow: Great Wall to boost overseas sales, countering overall drop
    Financial Post - 3 hours ago
    BEIJING — Great Wall Motor aims to boost overseas sales this year, an official at China’s top pickup truck maker said on Saturday, helping to ease an overall drop caused by COVID-19. The company plans to sell 70,000 vehicles outside China, up from 65,000 last year, Sun Guang, vice general…
  • Netflix says it does not agree with Chinese author’s views on Uighur Muslims
    Financial Post - 4 hours ago
    Netflix Inc, in a response to U.S. senators’ concerns over the company’s plans to adapt a Chinese science-fiction book trilogy, said on Friday it did not agree with the Chinese author’s views on the Chinese government’s treatment of Uighur Muslims. Five Republican U.S. senators urged Netflix this week to reconsider…
  • Japan’s ANA mulls 200 bln yen share offer -Nikkei
    Financial Post - 4 hours ago
    TOKYO — Japan’s biggest airline ANA Holdings is considering issuing 200 billion yen ($1.9 billion) in shares to bolster its finances as the downturn in air travel drags on, the Nikkei newspaper reported. “We do not comment on speculative information. The story is factually wrong,” ANA said in an email.…
  • Nissan to launch slew of new vehicles in China over next 5 years – CEO
    Financial Post - 4 hours ago
    BEIJING — Nissan Motor’s chief executive said on Saturday he planned to launch a number of new vehicles in the growing Chinese market over the next five years, including electrical cars, that could help the struggling Japanese automaker return to profit. “The recovery in the Chinese market has been very…
  • Nissan May Return to Profit in 2021 If Momentum Holds Up
    Financial Post - 5 hours ago
    (Bloomberg) — Nissan Motor Co. expects to return to profitability in 2021 if the current momentum continues, with demand in China already bouncing back from the pandemic, Chief Executive Officer Makoto Uchida said. The company, which in May reported its first fiscal year loss in a decade and the biggest…