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China’s embattled Evergrande tries to pay bills with parking spots

Protests against teetering developer Evergrande spread to more Chinese cities on Wednesday after a company offer of property and parking spaces...

Evergrande endgame : What next for the property giant?

Indebted property giant Evergrande has brought in restructuring experts and warned it is under "tremendous pressure", as anxious investors and...

Macau casino stocks tumble as city eyes crackdown on industry

Shares in Macau casino operators collapsed Wednesday after officials in the world's biggest gambling city unveiled plans for a crackdown that...

UAE, Israel eye trillion-dollar prize one year into Abraham Accords

The United Arab Emirates marks one year since normalising ties with Israel on Wednesday, a move which drew Palestinian anger but that leaders...

UPS exec sees supply chain disarray extending into 2022

UPS is girding for more supply chain problems in 2022 after this year's upheaval, but does not expect the disruption to cause huge spikes in...

Seeking to change deadbeat image, Zimbabwe pays debt

After 20 years of not paying its debts, Zimbabwe is taking steps to clean up its balance sheet and its image by making payments to major creditors.

Foreign investors exempt from tax on bitcoin profits : El Salvador

El Salvador will exempt foreign investors from taxes on profits on bitcoin speculation in the country, a government adviser said Friday, after...

Bolsonaro backs off attacks on Brazil’s institutions

President Jair Bolsonaro on Thursday backed off his heated attacks on Brazil's federal institutions, insisting that his recent jabs at the Supreme...

Pro-Bolsonaro truckers lift Brazil highway blockades

Brazilian truck drivers rallying in support of President Jair Bolsonaro ended three days of road blockades across the country Thursday after...

UN says Taliban-led Afghanistan needs funds to avoid collapse

A UN envoy on Thursday urged the world to keep money flowing into Afghanistan despite concerns over the Taliban government, warning the already...

US calls on G7 to quickly implement global tax reform

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Thursday urged countries in the G7 group of richest nations to quickly implement a global tax reform aimed...

China orders gaming giants to cut ‘effeminate’ gender imagery

Chinese authorities have ordered gaming giants to end their focus on profits and cut content perceived to be breeding "effeminacy", as Beijing...

UK ‘ditched’ climate pledge to secure Australia trade deal : Greenpeace

Greenpeace has accused the British government of lying to the public after leaked emails seen by the environmental group appeared to show backtracking...

Mix of curiosity, concern, as El Salvador adopts bitcoin currency

Salvadorans queued Wednesday at some of the dozens of bitcoin teller machines erected around the country that has made history by adopting a...

No milk or water : Shoppers face shortages at UK grocery stores

The supply chain troubles caused by Brexit and the pandemic have been so bad for Satyan Patel that the shelves at his convenience store in central...

China’s state media tries to reassure investors over crackdown

China's recent clampdowns on a range of industries including tech firms and the education sector will not detract from its goal of opening up...

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