KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko has signed a decree to enact the recently adopted decision to expand sanctions on Russian companies and entities, according to information published on the presidential website on Friday.
ROME (Reuters) – The common government policy agenda of Italy’s two anti-establishment parties includes the issuance of short-term government bonds to pay companies owed money by the state, the economics chief of far-right League, Claudio Borghi, said.
Fears of tighter oil supplies follow US sanctions on Iraq and Venezuela’s collapse
Move to lift anti-dumping penalties boosts hopes for interim trade agreement
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand’s military government has accused opposition members of flouting a ban on political activity, among other charges, after they criticized it for reneging on promises to restore democracy and protect basic rights, police said on Friday.
Beijing and Washington are currently in talks to avoid the escalation of a trade war.
Macri hopes loan could restore confidence in his economic plan after peso sell-off
Leading indicators head south, adding to concerns over health of developing economies
QUITO (Reuters) – The president of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, ordered the withdrawal on Thursday of additional security assigned to the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has remained for almost six years.