Friday, November 27, 2015
Coke says it wants to mend relations with critics of its sugary drinks.
The U.S. Food Safety and Inspection Service released its final rule Wednesday on a new inspection process for catfish and other ray-finned fish species that's scheduled to start in March.
French nuclear giant Areva said Thursday it had linked up with Hitachi GE Nuclear Energy to help Japan dismantle boiling-water nuclear power stations.
The volume of loans to the private sector in the euro area expanded in October, with a bigger bounce recorded than the previous month, European Central Bank data showed on Thursday.
Pakistan is set to invite global online payment giants PayPal and Alibaba to offer their services in the country, the IT ministry has said, after easing its e-commerce rules.
Global stocks were mostly higher Thursday on expectations for additional European Central Bank stimulus as jitters about tensions between Russia and Turkey faded.
Oil prices held above US$43 a barrel in Asia Thursday after U.S. commercial crude supplies rose at a slower pace, while jitters lingered over the shooting down by Turkey of a Russian warplane.
The euro struggled in Asia Thursday as expectations grew that the European Central Bank (ECB) will announce a boost to its monetary stimulus measures next week.
Shares in Spain's Abengoa fell by 25 percent Thursday after it emerged the renewable energy giant was close to bankruptcy, with debts piling up in their billions.
Thursday, November 26, 2015
Rationing of electricity and protests by environmentalists are the main disadvantages of making investments in Taiwan, said Morris Chang (張忠謀), chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC, 台積電).