Iranians protest in southeastern flashpoint, mark ‘Bloody Friday’

Prominent Sunni cleric criticizes security forces Unrest in minority areas The general tells clerics to watch their words and restore calm DUBAI, Nov. 11 (Reuters) – Thousands of Iranians protested in the restive south-east on Friday to mark the September 30 crackdown by security forces known as “Bloody Friday” as the country’s clerical rulers battled … Read more

Exclusive: Tesla Considers Exporting China-Made EVs to U.S. Sources

SHANGHAI, Nov. 11 (Reuters) – Tesla (TSLA.O) is considering exporting electric cars made in China to the United States, two people with knowledge of the planning told Reuters, a turnaround that could boost the automaker’s increasing cost advantage. reflect. its factory in Shanghai and slower demand from Chinese consumers. Tesla has been investigating whether parts … Read more

Exclusive: US Blocks More Than 1,000 Solar Shipments Over Chinese Slave Labor Concerns

Nov. 11 (Reuters) – More than 1,000 shipments of solar components worth hundreds of millions of dollars have piled up in U.S. ports since June under a new law banning imports from China’s Xinjiang region over slave labor concerns, according to federal customs officials and sources from the industry. The previously unreported number of seizures … Read more

Split Bank of Mexico Raises Interest Rate to Record 10%, Leaves Door Open to Future Increases

MEXICO CITY, Nov. 10 (Reuters) – The Bank of Mexico on Thursday raised its key interest rate by 75 basis points to a record 10.00%, in a split decision that opened the door to future rate hikes but cast doubt on how aggressively it would be. continue its monetary tightening cycle. It was the fourth … Read more

Lula’s Markets Honeymoon Ends Amid Spending Plan Fears

BRASILIA, Nov. 10 (Reuters) – Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s short-lived honeymoon with the markets appeared to have ended Thursday, as investors grew impatient with his desire to increase social spending without tightening long-term tax rules state or name its key economic policymakers. The Brazilian currency and benchmark Bovespa stock index (.BVSP) both … Read more

North Korea fires another missile as South rescues parts of Soviet-era weapons

SEOUL, Nov. 9 (Reuters) – North Korea fired at least one ballistic missile into the sea on Wednesday as South Korea said it had identified debris from a previous launch as part of a Soviet-era SA-5 surface-to-air missile. The Japanese coast guard said the ballistic missile appeared to have fallen into the sea minutes after … Read more

EXCLUSIVE China canceled EU leader’s video speech at the opening of the major trade fair – diplomats

BEIJING/BRUSSELS, Nov. 8 (Reuters) – Chinese authorities behind a major trade fair in Shanghai held an opening ceremony by the European Council president who allegedly criticized Russia’s “illegal war” in Ukraine and called for reduced EU trade dependence on China said diplomats. Charles Michel’s pre-recorded video was intended to be one of several videos from … Read more

UK announces gas deal with US after climate change summit

Nov. 7 (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is poised to announce a major natural gas deal with the United States after the COP27 summit on climate change, the Telegraph newspaper reported Monday. Britain hopes the United States will pledge about 10 billion cubic meters of liquefied natural gas (LNG) over the next year, … Read more

At COP27, climate change was framed as a struggle for survival

China, United States have leading role; Guterres aims to phase out coal by 2040 UAE, host of 2023 talks, says they will continue to produce fossil fuel SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt, Nov. 7 (Reuters) – World leaders and diplomats have labeled the fight against global warming as a battle against global warming during opening speeches at … Read more

China’s trade shrinks unexpectedly as COVID curbs, global demand slowdown

China’s October Exports, Imports Unexpectedly Shrink Vulnerable data is another blow to the struggling economy Global recession risks, COVID restrictions in China obscure outlook Analysts expect further weakness in exports and imports BEIJING, Nov 7 (Reuters) – China’s exports and imports contracted unexpectedly in October, the first simultaneous slump since May 2020, as a perfect … Read more