If the White House moves forward with new restrictions, the US aerospace giant and its European counterpart Airbus would stand to lose tens of billions of dollars in sales.
Europe’s energy sustainability is in danger, as excessive regulation, environmentalist lobbies, and globalist interests are choking off the continent’s only reliable and domestically-available source of energy – coal.
As Brexit negotiations progress into their second stage, the British Chancellor of the Exchequer says the Albion will seek a tailored trade deal with the EU. A comprehensive trade agreement is poised to detail every major aspect of the bilateral economic relationship in order to benefit the UK the most.
US President Donald Trump ran on a populist platform to uplift people sweeping tax cuts, but “there’s not much” in the final version of the Republican tax bill “for low- and middle-income people,” Dean Baker, economist and co-founder of the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, told Radio Sputnik’s Loud & Clear Friday.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted on Thursday afternoon to remove Obama-era protections of net neutrality, which online freedom advocates have argued will open the door for internet service providers (ISPs) to enact abusive and exploitative policies online.
Disagreements between US President Donald Trump’s administration, the Canadian government and Boeing have escalated to the point where Canada has inserted a “Boeing clause” into its defense procurement policy stating that acquisitions cannot harm the Canadian economy.
The US Federal Reserve has boosted interest rates from 1.25 percent to 1.5 percent in a policy meeting discussing the Fed's predictions and policies for the incoming year of 2018.
India’s recovery from the economic deceleration during the last quarter has been sluggish due to rising crude oil prices and cold private investment growth, according to the ADB.
The Russian sedan, which went on sale in Germany earlier this year, has helped drive Lada sales up an estimated 50% in the country in 2017, with some 600 Vestas sold since the spring.
The World Bank has announced it will stop funding oil and gas projects from 2019. Annie Pickering, a campaigner at UK student campaigning network People & Planet, has told Sputnik it marks a "seismic shift" towards renewable energy.
Seoul’s acceleration of its domestic defense industrial base will help prepare the country for a potential fight against North Korea, but in the meantime, South Korea stands to benefit economically from a massive surge in arms sales.
The United States has been increasing its liquefied natural gas deliveries to the European countries, becoming the six largest LNG supplier to the 28-nation European Union in the first quarter of 2017.
EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has commented on the EU-UK free trade deal amid a breakthrough in the talks on the terms of Britain leaving the bloc achieved last week.
The Australian-owned Westfield chain, which owns shopping malls in Europe and the United States, is being sold to a French company for US$24.7bn (£18.5bn). Professor Joshua Bamfield, of the Centre for Retail Research, told Sputnik why only the biggest and best shopping malls will survive the onslaught from online retailers.
Nord Stream 2 is a joint venture of Russia’s Gazprom with several European energy companies, envisaging the construction of two gas pipelines from the Russian coast, through the Baltic Sea and on to a hub in Germany.
A think tank has revealed eight possible Brexit scenarios, as the second stage of the negotiations between the EU and the UK is due to start in January 2018.
During last year's presidential elections Donald Trump made much political capital out of the terrible state of US infrastructure - but he has done little to address it. Kristina Swallow, President of the American Society of Civil Engineers, spoke to Sputnik about the magnitude of the job facing the US government.
The price of Brent crude oil, the international benchmark, has reached a new high by surpassing $65 per barrel, market indices showed Tuesday.
An investigation of Amazon’s practices towards its UK delivery drivers has revealed inhumane conditions including drivers being required to make up to 200 deliveries a day and having to urinate in water bottles because there’s no time for a bathroom break - and all for subminimum wages.
The first unit of Dabaa nuclear power plant (NPP), which will be built in Egypt with Russia’s assistance, is expected to be commissioned in 2026.
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