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18 Sep
Joe Biden will host prime ministers of India, Japan and Australia at the White House for the first Quad summit. COVID-19, climate change and China are expected among the key issues at the meeting.
11 Jun
Nigeria LNG has signed a Sales and Purchase Agreement (SPAs) with off-takers for the supply of domestic liquefied natural gas. Tony Attah, the Managing Director of NLNG, announced this during the Nigerian International Petroleum Summit on Tuesday.
4 Jun
The United Nations-backed program to provide COVID-19 vaccines for low and middle-income countries has secured more than 132 million doses through donations.
31 May
US President Joe Biden pledges to tell Russian leader Vladimir Putin at their June summit that Washington will not let Moscow "abuse" human rights.
21 Apr
After negotiating throughout the night, EU representatives agreed to cut emissions 55% by 2030 compared to 1990 levels. But the Green bloc in the European Parliament is not happy.
24 Jan
Nepali mountaineer Sona Sherpa films himself metres from the summit during the first winter ascent of K2, the world's second highest mountain. 10 Nepali climbers reached the top of K2 on Saturday, the last peak above 8,000 metres (26,000 feet) to be conquered in winter.
29 Dec 2018
Since the historic Trump-Kim summit in June, 2018, progress has been slow in putting an end to the long-standing Korean conflict. But 2019 could see some major developments on the Korean Peninsula.
6 Dec 2018
William Hagerty, U.S. Ambassador to Japan, talks about the trade spat between the U.S. and China. He speaks at Bloomberg’s The Year Ahead Summit in Tokyo.
13 Jun 2018
The state of health in Nigeria comes under the spotlight in this highlight special on the Future of Health Summit held in Lagos.
6 Jun 2018
Michelle Seitz, chairman and chief executive officer of Russell Investments, and Jean Raby, chief executive officer of Natixis Investment Managers, discuss how asset managers are grappling passive investing trends with Bloomberg's Caroline Gage at the Bloomberg Invest Summit in New York.
16 Sep 2017
Interswitch holds maiden edition of connect summit.
27 May 2017
aders of the Group of Seven wealthy nations meet African heads of state on the final day of their annual summit.

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