Fund official warns on trade tensions, policy flaws and weakness in China
The president cannot risk caving in to anything that threatens China’s core interests
Donald Trump is no longer listening to big business
My easy like Sunday morning reads: • If you had a perfect ability to predict how far the market would fall and when it would bottom out, it would make sense to move money in and out. But you do not. (Upshot) • The Battle Over Monopoly Power Is Just Beginning (Bloomberg Opinion) • The Bond That’s Still Paying…
As Donald Trump and Xi Jinping prepare to meet over the tariff war, both sides need a solution
For the US it was a wake-up call. Convinced that it was a world leader in the knowledge economy, the US was shaken out of its complacency when its communist rival announced a breakthrough in space exploration.
More than six decades separates the launch in 1957 by the Soviet Union of Sputnik – the first artificial satellite – and China’s success last week in being the first country to land a spacecraft on the far side of the moon, but the same question is posed by the two events: is US economic hegemony at risk?
Over the next two years, during the first of what will be a series of shutdowns, engineers will upgrade the collider to make its beams more intense and its instruments more sensitive and discerning. And theoretical physicists will pause to make sense of the tantalizing, bewildering mysteries that the Large Hadron Collider has generated so…
The councillor for the harbour area says the port will not have the facilities for planned cargo freight.