Map. History of Trade Wars conflict

19 January 2019
Death toll of gas pipeline explosion in Mexico reached 66
In the case of a no-deal Brexit, France stands to lose out on $3.4 billion of exports in 2019
Pipeline explodes in central Mexico, killing at least 20 people and injuring more than 60 others
Pemex pipeline explodes in Tlahuelilpan, Hidalgo
U.S. regulators have met to discuss a potential record-setting fine against Facebook for privacy violations. The meeting of commissioners at the FTC suggests a probe that began with Cambridge Analytica is advancing.
China has offered to go on a six-year buying spree to ramp up imports from the U.S., in a move that would reconfigure the relationship between the world's two largest economies
New York Federal Reserve President John Williams says shutdown could cut U.S. economic growth by 1 percentage point
Venezuela sovereign bonds have returned 19 percent to start 2019
Canadian inflation unexpectedly accelerates on a surge in airfares, but underlying price pressures remain steady
Explosion on natural gas pipeline in Leningrad region of Russia. No casualties
U.S. could soon pump more crude than Saudis can at their peak1 day ago
U.S. could soon pump more crude than Saudis can at their peak
1 day ago
Lukashenko is not against the common currency with the Russian Federation, but not the Russian ruble
1 day ago
Serbia's PM: Govt. dedicated to EU, expects three billion Euros in DFI
1 day ago
Belarus MFA: we can't trade sovereignty, but the country can't survive alone
Fire at Angarsk oil refinery
Bahrain's first LNG terminal readies for imports as FSU arrives in Gulf
"Out of consideration for the 800,000 great American workers not receiving pay and to ensure his team can assist as needed, President Trump has canceled his Delegation's trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland," says @PressSec.
Speaking at the Pentagon, President Donald Trump suggests that his administration will propose a budget increase for the Defense Department in its 2020 budget
2 day ago
First meeting of India-Uzbekistan business council will take place in Indian state of Gujarat on 17 January, on the eve of President Mirziyoyev's first state visit to India.
Novak says Russia unable to cut oil production sharply
The European Union announces sanctions against 9 individuals and entities in Syria for involvement in chemical weapons program
A Ghanaian undercover journalist who helped expose corruption in African football has been shot dead. He was part of the team of journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, whose probe led to the resignation of the head of the Ghana Football Association. @afp
France launches "plan linked to a Brexit without agreement", 50 million euros invested in ports and airports (Édouard Philippe)
Senate GOP defeats Dem measure to enforce sanctions against companies controlled by Russian oligarch OLEG DERIPASKA. Dems needed 60 votes, only got 57, even after GOP defections. Sanctions all but certain to be lifted this week pursuant to TRUMP administration deal.
US @UnderSecT Thompson says she reconfirmed to NATO allies today, after yesterday's talks with Russia, that without some dramatic change in the Kremlin's position, the US will suspend its INF participation on Feb 2. At the same time, they will notify of withdrawal.
Deripaska's company Rusal has retooled its leadership to try to get out from US sanctions. Their new board chairman is a French investor who has pushed conspiracy theories on Syria's chemical weapons and started a group called "Friends of Crimea"
Lira hits daily high versus U.S. dollar after central bank keeps the rate unchanged at 24%3 day ago
Lira hits daily high versus U.S. dollar after central bank keeps the rate unchanged at 24%
The European Commission confirms that the BREXIT agreement is non-renegotiable
3 day ago
Explosion at Polyplast chemical plant in Leningrad region of Russia
US military set to purchase 2 Iron Dome batteries from Israel. Deal worth $400m. Meant to protect forces deployed in combat zones. Huge signal of confidence in anti-rocket system. (Via Yediot)
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