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Trump official slams cartels as U.S. lawmakers push anti-OPEC bill
Saturday,  Feb 9, 2019,15:33 (GMT+7)
WASHINGTON (REUTERS) - A senior administration official said on Friday that U.S. national security depends on affordable energy, and slammed cartels when asked if President Donald Trump would support a bill targeting the OPEC production group’s oil supply cuts.
Saturday,  Feb 9, 2019,08:40 (GMT+7)
BRUSSELS (REUTERS) - The European Union’s effort to rewrite two-decade old copyright rules to take into account online platforms such as Alphabet Inc’s Google moved a step forward on Friday when EU countries agreed on a common position for talks with lawmakers next week.
Friday,  Feb 8, 2019,09:01 (GMT+7)
MOSCOW (REUTERS) - With his ratings down and state funds needed to hedge against new Western sanctions and raise living standards, Russian President Vladimir Putin cannot afford to get sucked into a costly nuclear arms race with the United States.
Wednesday,  Feb 6, 2019,10:34 (GMT+7)
PARIS (REUTERS) - France’s parliament on Tuesday passed a bill aimed at curbing violent protests in response to three months of anti-government demonstrations by the grassroots “yellow vests” movement.
Sunday,  Feb 3, 2019,09:34 (GMT+7)
MOSCOW (REUTERS) - Russia has suspended the Cold War-era Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty, President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday, after the United States announced it would withdraw from the arms control pact, accusing Moscow of violations.
Saturday,  Feb 2, 2019,16:51 (GMT+7)
BRUSSELS (REUTERS) - The European Union will impose limits on steel coming into the bloc from Saturday in response to U.S. President Donald Trump’s metals tariffs, a filing in the European Union’s official journal said on Friday.
Sunday,  Jan 27, 2019,09:41 (GMT+7)
DAVOS (REUTERS) - Impatient with a lack of World Trade Organization rules to cover the explosive growth of e-commerce, 76 countries and regions including the United States, the EU and Japan agreed on Friday to start negotiating a set of open and predictable regulations.
Thursday,  Jan 24, 2019,09:14 (GMT+7)
DAVOS (REUTERS) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Wednesday he will seek to use his chairmanship of the Group of 20 leading economies to rebuild trust in the global trade system and foster consensus on ways to address climate change.
Wednesday,  Jan 23, 2019,17:02 (GMT+7)
DAVOS (REUTERS) - The International Monetary Fund has cut its global growth forecasts for the second time in three months. Central banks in the U.S. and Europe are reversing a decade of ultra-loose monetary policy. Trade tensions between Washington and Beijing are hurting investor sentiment worldwide.
Tuesday,  Jan 22, 2019,09:25 (GMT+7)
DAVOS (REUTERS) - The International Monetary Fund trimmed its global growth forecasts on Monday and a survey showed increasing pessimism among business chiefs as trade tensions and uncertainty loomed over the world’s biggest annual gathering of the rich and powerful.
Thursday,  Jan 17, 2019,09:03 (GMT+7)
LONDON (REUTERS) - Prime Minister Theresa May won a confidence vote in the British parliament on Wednesday and then appealed to MPs from across the political divide to come together to try to break the impasse on a Brexit divorce agreement.
Wednesday,  Jan 16, 2019,09:22 (GMT+7)
LONDON (REUTERS) - British lawmakers defeated Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit divorce deal by a crushing margin on Tuesday, triggering political chaos that could lead to a disorderly exit from the EU or even to a reversal of the 2016 decision to leave.
Monday,  Jan 14, 2019,10:04 (GMT+7)
PARIS (REUTERS) - President Emmanuel Macron on Sunday kicked off a three-month national debate he hopes can quell the “yellow vest” unrest with a letter to the French in which he pledged to listen to new ideas but stuck to his core economic reform agenda.
Sunday,  Jan 13, 2019,09:43 (GMT+7)
PARIS (REUTERS) - Paris police fired water cannon and tear gas to push back “yellow vest” demonstrators from around the Arc de Triomphe monument on Saturday, in the ninth straight weekend of protests against French President Emmanuel Macron’s economic reforms.
Friday,  Jan 11, 2019,11:55 (GMT+7)
LONDON (REUTERS) - Japan’s Shinzo Abe said on Thursday that the world did not want to see a disorderly Brexit and that he fully supported British Prime Minister Theresa May’s withdrawal deal from the European Union now facing defeat in parliament.
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