More than 1 million polio vaccines intended for children have been destroyed as a resulting of looting in Sudan, the U.N.'s children's agency UNICEF said on Friday
The revised anti-espionage law increases security risks for foreign individuals and businesses operating in China, say experts, especially amid growing geopolitical and trade frictions between Beijing and the West.
Germany witnessed a 5.2% decline in exports in the month of March. The larger-than-expected drop was caused by lower demand from the EU, US and China.
The US Federal Trade Commission has unveiled a proposal that would bar social media giant Meta from profiting off the personal data collected from child users. The FTC is accusing Facebook and Instagram's parent company of repeated violations of data privacy policies.
Every year in India, industrial accidents kill thousands of people and leave thousands of others disabled for life. According to the government, at least 6,500 workers died on the job between 2017 and 2021.
Taiwo Oyedele, the Fiscal Policy Partner and Africa Tax Leader at PwC Nigeria believes Nigeria's newly introduced 2023 Fiscal Policy Measures and Tariff Adjustments should be suspended and revisited.
The IMF predicts that a third of the world economy will be in a recession next year. We compare the current economic downturn to the 2008 financial crisis to find out what is different this time.
Indonesia is trying to position itself as a new center for electronic vehicle production, and carmaking giants such as Volkswagen are eager to take advantage.
The US Federal Reserve has hiked interest rates for the tenth time in a row, bringing the key lending rate to its highest level since 2007. But the central bank has signalled it could pause further rate hikes, as inflation eases and turmoil continues to spread across the American banking sector.
The US Federal Reserve has raised its benchmark lending rate by another 0.25% as it seeks to tame inflation. But it also signaled it was mulling pausing the recent trend of regular increases, possibly as soon as June.
For decades, the US dollar has been king on the global stage. But more and more countries are looking to reduce their dependence on the American currency, saying they want to "de-dollarize" their economies. How realistic are their plans, and how would they work? Kate Moody talks to Ruchir Sharma, chairman of Rockefeller International and founder of Breakout Capital.
The EU has big plans to step up its ammunition production to 1 million rounds per year to keep Ukraine supplied with bullets. It is set to channel up to $1 billion to arms producers to make that happen.