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Sunak considers VAT cut as Darling calls for action to kickstart economy

Hand control of infrastructure projects worth less than PS500m to local authorities to fight a Covid recession, says Policy Exchange report

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 22-06-2020

Authorities suddenly target demonstrators outside White House, clearing way for a presidential photo opportunity

Authorities suddenly target demonstrators outside White House, clearing way for a presidential photo opportunity

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 02-06-2020

Coronavirus exposes vulnerabilities of world's migrant workers

Saudi Arabia has deported thousands of Ethiopian workers. The Malaysian authorities have swept up hundreds of undocumented workers in raids amid its movement control order, while its neighbour Indonesia, home to most of them, is repatriating its citizens.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 26-05-2020

Elon Musk Says Tesla Is Restarting California Production, Defying Local Order

The Tesla CEO said the company would resume production at its assembly plant outside San Francisco that authorities have ordered to remain closed.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 12-05-2020

How Coronavirus Is Eroding Privacy

Governments are using technology to track and monitor individuals in an effort to slow the pandemic. Privacy advocates are wary, concerned that authorities might not be inclined to unwind such practices after the emergency has passed.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 16-04-2020

Fear Lingers in Wuhan as China Eases Lockdown

Epidemiologists, U.S. intelligence sources and residents suspect Chinese authorities substantially undercounted coronavirus infections and deaths over the past several months. In recent days, Wuhan has reimposed many residential restrictions after confirming dozens of new asymptomatic cases.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 08-04-2020

Italy starts to look ahead to ‘phase two’ as coronavirus death toll slows

MILAN (REUTERS) - Italy reported its lowest daily Covid-19 death toll for more than two weeks on Sunday (April 5) as authorities began to look ahead to a second phase of the battle against the new coronavirus once the lockdown imposed almost a month ago is eventually eased.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 06-04-2020

Coronavirus: China reports 143 new cases, 30 new deaths

China's central province of Hubei, excluding the provincial capital Wuhan, reported zero new cases of coronavirus over 24 hours for the first time during the outbreak, as authorities continued to contain imported infections in other parts of the country.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 06-03-2020

South Korea declares ‘war’ on coronavirus as cases approach 5,000

Authorities are seeking murder charges against leaders of the secretive church at the centre of the outbreak. Founder Lee Man-hee knelt and apologised to the country on Monday.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 03-03-2020

CDC Warns It Expects Coronavirus to Spread in U.S.

Federal health authorities said they now expect a wider spread of the new coronavirus in the U.S. and are preparing for a potential pandemic, though they still are unsure about how severe the health threat could be.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 26-02-2020

Senior Wuhan doctor dies from coronavirus as authorities start to 'round up' patients

Officials go door to door in city of 11 million, with threat of punishment for delays in reporting symptoms

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Guardian Fecha: 18-02-2020

Australia's most populous state New South Wales says fires contained for first time in nearly 6 months

SYDNEY (REUTERS) - Fires across Australia's most populous state New South Wales are now contained for the first time in nearly six months, authorities said on Friday (Feb 14), as heavy rains aid firefighters and boost some dam levels to their highest in nearly two years.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 14-02-2020

China cuts rates, injects liquidity amid coronavirus epidemic as markets sink

SHANGHAI (REUTERS, BLOOMBERG) - China's central bank unexpectedly lowered the interest rates on reverse repurchase agreements by 10 basis points on Monday (Jan 3), as authorities stepped up measures to relieve pressure on the economy from a rapidly spreading virus outbreak.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 03-02-2020

Airbus reaches deal with Serious Fraud Office over bribery investigations

Airbus said it had reached agreement in principle with authorities in the UK, France and the US to settle bribery allegations that have shadowed the European airplane manufacturer for years.

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 28-01-2020

Wuhan virus: Toll in China jumps to 25 dead, with 830 confirmed cases

China reported that deaths from a new coronavirus rose to 25, from 18. The authorities were also examining 1,072 suspected cases of the virus, even as the WHO stopped short of calling the infection a global health emergency.

País: Singapur Medio: The Straits Times Fecha: 24-01-2020

U.S. Targets Drug Pricing, No-Poach Deals for Antitrust Action in 2020

U.S. antitrust authorities are preparing to address alleged price-fixing by generic drugmakers, rules for music licensing and purported employer collusion in hiring practices, among other matters.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 16-01-2020

Hong Kong Court Rules Mask Ban Is Unconstitutional

A law banning people from wearing masks at protests is unconstitutional, Hong Kong's High Court ruled, dealing a setback to city authorities who imposed the measure under emergency powers to address increasingly violent antigovernment protests.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 18-11-2019

Under Armour Is Subject of Federal Accounting Probes

U.S. authorities are investigating Under Armour's accounting practices, including whether the sportswear maker shifted sales from quarter to quarter to appear healthier.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 04-11-2019

Former Google Engineer Charged With Stealing Trade Secrets

Anthony Levandowski, a pioneer of self-driving car technology who left Google for Uber, was charged by federal authorities with 33 counts of trade-secret theft.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 28-08-2019

Capital One: Information of over 100 million individuals in US, Canada hacked.

International Business News: The FBI on Monday raided the residence of the hacker Paige A Thompson -- who also goes by the handle "erratic". Authorities suspect him to have gained

País: World Wide Medio: World Wide Fecha: 30-07-2019

25 US lawmakers urge authorities not to terminate GSP benefits to India.

India Business News: The Generalized System of Preference (GSP) is the largest and oldest US trade preference programme and is designed to promote economic development by

País: World Wide Medio: World Wide Fecha: 03-05-2019

China Growth Beats Expectations Thanks to Humming Factories

China's economic growth held to a 6.4% rate in the first three months of the year as factory production picked up significantly amid signs authorities worked forcefully to stabilize business following months of weakness.

País: Estados Unidos Medio: The Wall Street Journal Fecha: 17-04-2019

US sues Volkswagen for 'massive fraud' over emissions scandal

US authorities have taken legal action against Volkswagen and its former chief executive, Martin Winterkorn, over the German car maker's diesel emissions scandal, accusing the company of perpetrating a "massive fraud" on US investors.

País: Reino Unido Medio: The Telegraph Fecha: 15-03-2019