ECONOMY

Germany had to postpone protection of Nord Stream 2

Germany had to postpone protection of Nord Stream 2

In Berlin, the adoption of amendments to the law that regulates the EU gas directive in Germany was postponed. This is reported by RIA Novosti. It is noted that 133 of the required 355 votes of members of parliament were cast for the easing of the rules on the operation of the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline. The matter was postponed ...

Read More »

U.S. proposes new sanctions against Nord Stream – 2

U.S. proposes new sanctions against Nord Stream - 2

The proposed sanctions should affect pipe-laying vessels and foreign entities involved in construction. In the U.S. Congress, Republican Andy Barr proposed to impose new sanctions against pipe-laying vessels and foreign entities involved in the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. This is reported by RT on Tuesday, October 29. The bill proposes to ban entry into the U.S. ...

Read More »

Trump lifts sanctions against Turkey

Trump lifts sanctions against Turkey

Washington decided to lift sanctions against Turkey after the suspension of Ankara’s military operation in Syria. U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday, October 23, announced the lifting of sanctions against Turkey imposed in connection with the beginning of the operation “Source of Peace” in Syria, reports TOP-NEWS. I have ordered Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to lift all sanctions imposed on ...

Read More »

Britain and EU agree Brexit deal

Britain and EU agree Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the European Union have agreed on a deal on Brexit – Britain’s exit from the EU. This is reported by The Independent. “When there is a will, there is a deal! We have it!” said European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, without revealing the details of the agreement. “We have a great new deal that ...

Read More »

Arab countries to punish Turkey with sanctions for aggression in northern Syria

Arab countries to punish Turkey with sanctions for aggression in northern Syria

The Secretary-General of the Arab League, Ahmed Abu al-Ghaith, said that in order to counter Turkish aggression in northern Syria, a decision could be taken to impose all sorts of restrictions on international relations. Arab countries are considering taking economic and political action against Turkey in response to its armed operation in Syria. Such a statement was made in Cairo ...

Read More »

U.S. names conditions for imposing sanctions against Turkey

Sanctions will be imposed in the event of ethnic cleansing and indiscriminate strikes against civilians in northern Syria. The U.S. will impose sanctions on Turkey in case of ethnic cleansing and strikes on civilians in northern Syria, a senior State Department official said Thursday, October 10. “We are talking about ethnic cleansing, indiscriminate artillery, air and other strikes against the ...

Read More »

Global economic growth falls – World Bank

Global economic growth falls - World Bank

Already this year, the growth of world GDP by the end of 2019 may be lower than 2.6% than expected. The outlook for global economic growth is deteriorating amid uncertainty over the UK’s exit from the EU, trade tensions and an economic slowdown in Europe. This was announced by world Bank President David Malpass, reports the Financial Times on Tuesday, ...

Read More »

Britain’s economy loses $74 billion due to Brexit

Britain's economy loses $74 billion due to Brexit

During the process of leaving the EU, the country’s economy shrank by 2.5-3%. In the case of Brexit without a deal, the country’s debt will rise to its highest in half a century. Due to the process of the UK’s exit from the European Union, the country’s economy shrank by 2.5-3% and lost £60 billion ($73.8 billion). This is stated ...

Read More »

China and Russia happy when U.S. gets bogged down in war – Trump

China and Russia happy when U.S. gets bogged down in war - Trump

Only Beijing and Moscow are disappointed with the withdrawal of American soldiers from Syria, as they like when Washington gets bogged down in a new war and does not spend money on its defense, the US president stressed. U.S. President Donald Trump said the U.S. should gradually complete its military operations abroad. He told reporters on October 7, commenting on ...

Read More »
Social Share Buttons and Icons powered by Ultimatelysocial