Published: Dec 26, 2021
TOKYO - A total of 86 World Trade Organization member countries and regions, including Japan, the United States and European nations, agreed earlier this month on eight articles regarding electronic commerce, including consumer protection and government data disclosure.
Published: Nov 21, 2021
After 18 countries signed the Trans-Asian Railway Network Agreement in June 2006, the Kunming-Vientiane rail journey will be possible next month, which makes analysts wonder whether Malaysia is up to speed compared with its neighbours when it comes to rail network development.
Published: Nov 09, 2021
The seasons are strange now in Beverly Longids home of Cordillera, in the Philippines. The crops dont ripen at the usual times. The sun beats down hotter than ever before. The springs she always relied on for water have run dry.
Published: Nov 05, 2021
GLASGOW, Scotland - The United States and 20 other countries announced Thursday that starting next year they would stop spending tax dollars to support international fossil fuel projects, a move the group said would divert $18 billion a year toward clean energy.
Published: Nov 01, 2021
Issues high on the agenda of the 26th United Nations Conference of Parties on Climate Change (COP26) include finalizing the rules for the Paris Agreements market mechanism and wealthy countries unmet finance pledge to the developing countries to help them tackle climate-related challenges.
Published: Jul 02, 2021
President Joe Biden on Thursday celebrated a victory in his drive to make corporations pay a larger share of the cost of government, as 130 countries endorsed a blueprint for a global minimum tax on giant businesses and pledged to work for final approval by the end of October.
Published: Apr 29, 2021
With some countries rapidly inoculating their populations against the coronavirus, and pandemic fatigue deepening, a common question has reverberated around the world: When can the masks come off?