China set to cancel 1.1 million tonnes of soybean deliveries from US

Map. History of Trade Wars conflict

16 July 2018
China presses Europe for anti-U.S. alliance on trade
Saudi King Salman informed the cabinet about the phone call he received from US President Trump, stressing efforts to preserve oil market stability
1 week ago
64 employees of Afghan ministry of Transport will be tried on corruption charges
1 week ago
Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih discussed the oil market developments with his Russian counterpart, and both agreed to continue close cooperation
Mexican election will jumpstart NAFTA talks, adviser says
The Knesset is voting on a bill to give Netanyahu, currently mired in corruption scandals, a tax cut and a retroactive refund of $550,000.
China issues U.S. travel warning amid trade tensions
Malaysia's ex-PM Najib Razak arrested over 1MDB scandal
Montgomery Co. deputies warn about nails in Lake Conroe
Sewage stopped before hitting White Rock Lake1 week ago
Sewage stopped before hitting White Rock Lake
China set to cancel 1.1 million tonnes of soybean deliveries from US
Turkish inflation rate jumps to 15.39% in June, the highest since 2003. Prices rose 2.61% since May, more than double expectations. Producer prices (PPI) up even more - 23.71% annually1 week ago
Turkish inflation rate jumps to 15.39% in June, the highest since 2003. Prices rose 2.61% since May, more than double expectations. Producer prices (PPI) up even more - 23.71% annually
Glencore subpoenaed by the US Department of Justice - shares drop as much as 10% wiping ~£5bn off its market capitalization
A 12-meter-tall whale built with five tonnes of plastic waste fished from the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans was installed at the Bruges Triennial in Belgium to raise awareness of the threat posed by plastic waste to marine ecosystems
The power supplies to all the Azerbaijani strategic facilities were restored after an accident/explosion at the country's Mingachevir Hydro Power Plant (HPP), which resulted in a blackout in several parts of the country1 week ago
The power supplies to all the Azerbaijani strategic facilities were restored after an accident/explosion at the country's Mingachevir Hydro Power Plant (HPP), which resulted in a blackout in several parts of the country
1 week ago
BP has started up the $28-billion Shah Deniz 2 project, the first subsea development in the Caspian Sea First commercial gas deliveries are under way to Turkey
Iran has fully launched the 6th nationwide gas trunk-line (IGAT-6) which bolsters the country's gas export capacity to Iraq
"We're continuing those negotiations" with China ahead of tariffs implementation deadline, according to @PressSec.
Trump says the WTO is treating the U.S. "very badly"
[email protected] on possibility of pulling out of World Trade Org: "We're not planning anything now, but if they don't treat us properly we will be doing something."
"We're not planning anything now" on withdrawing from the WTO, says @POTUS in response to reporter's question
On WTO, @POTUS warns if the trade body doesn't treat the US properly, "we will be doing something."
In Oval Office with @MinPres, @POTUS says there'll be a meeting soon with EU on trade dispute
Report of Trump bill rejecting WTO seen by trade experts as hot air
1 week ago
Russia and Belarus agreed to update the roadmap for the removal of mutual restrictions
DoD spokesman Colonel Rob Manning says the US government has not yet made a decision about Turkey's future participation in F35 program. Turkey's 2 F-35s remain in US custody at Luke AFB as Turkish pilots train on them.
Libya: National Oil Corporation declared force majeure on crude oil loadings at Al-Hariga and Zweitina oil terminals
1 week ago
Pyatt welcomes steps on Greek-Bulgarian gas pipeline
1 week ago
Senator Suleiman Kerimov, who was charged with money laundering in France and then had the charges dropped, is back at work in Russia's Federation Council.
Snow in Carpathians on 1st July
Libya: Tripoli's NOC says oil expeditions have been blocked by LNA (Haftar's army) from several ports: Zuetinia, Harika, Sidra and RasLanuf. Sanalla (NOC's chairman) asks LNA to open ports, to respect international laws and libyans' interests.
Libya: Tripoli's NOC previously declared "force majeure" on crude oil loadings at RasLanuf and Sidra. With the today addition of Zuetinia and Harika NOC has declared "force majeure" in 4 different ports.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the nation’s largest business group and customarily a close ally of President Donald Trump’s Republican Party, is launching a campaign on Monday to oppose Trump’s trade tariff policies
1 week ago
Al-Shabab bans plastic bags in areas under their control in Somalia
Al-Shabab bans plastic bags in areas under their control in Somalia
Forest fires late June near Suleimanyeh Iraq destroyed over 12 million m2 of lands and vegetation, as reported by @FazelHawramy. More wildfires expected. Destruction captured @ESA_EO Sentinel 2 imagery through @sentinel_hub
@JulieBishopMP announces that Australia will stop directly funding Palestinian Auth. over concerns aid was being used for to assist Palestinians convicted of terror. Instead, Australia will divert money to UN (Humanitarian Fund for Palestinian Territories).
EU says if US imposes car tariffs, countermeasures by trading partners could affect up to $294 billion of US exports
1 week ago
South Korea's Hyundai cautions U.S. car tariffs would hurt a security alliance between the two countries over North Korea's nuclear ambitions
EU says US risks $294 bn global retaliation over auto tariffs
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