Bogged down: Industrial relations talks struggling over old ground

Sources close to negotiations between unions and business over how to reform workplace law and create jobs are frustrated with the lack of progress.Want to know more on Bogged down: Industrial relations talks struggling over old ground click here go to market news source. Market news summary from The Age Market News.Author: Nick Bonyhady

China’s grain scarcity fears say more about uncertain relations with the US than food supply

In late 1960s and early 1970s, when China was on the brink of war with a military superpower, the Soviet Union, chairman Mao Zedong borrowed a line from the first emperor of the Ming dynasty and rolled out a nationwide policy that was memorised by every Chinese peasant and worker: dig tunnels deep, store grains everywhere.For Chinese who lived through that period – the generation of my parents...

Nissan does not restart its activity this Monday after terminating its contract Acciona

EP Madrid Updated:08/24/2020 10: 57h save Related news The management of Nissan Motor Ibérica will not resume its activity on Monday, as it had agreed with the unions, after Acciona, one of its suppliers, terminates its contract with the automobile industry. In a statement published last Friday, Nissan explained that it is forced to postpone the planned start of production “for external motives at will. Precisely, dozens of...

Despite Merkel’s “serious doubts,” German industry defends the Mercosur-EU agreement

After Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel stated on Friday “considerable doubts” over whether to keep backing the European Union’s (EU) trade deal with the Mercosur due to environmental threats that represent the deforestation in Brazil’s Amazonia, the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce (DIHK) responded defending the agreement that was reached last year.Want to know more on Despite Merkel’s “serious doubts,” German industry defends the Mercosur-EU agreement...

Sterling slips vs euro after scant progress in Brexit talks

LONDON -- Sterling slipped against the euro on Monday on lingering concerns over Brexit, after British and European Union negotiators said on Friday they had made no real progress in their latest talks on relations after Dec. 31. Read More Want to know more on Sterling slips vs euro after scant progress in Brexit talks click here go to market news source. Market news summary from Financial Post...

‘Sell to Russia’: DTI tells exporters looking for new markets

Philippine exporters should sell to Russia to take advantage of lower duties under the Eurasian Economic Union Generalized System of Preferences or EAEU GSP, the Department of Trade and Industry said on Monday.  Want to know more on 'Sell to Russia': DTI tells exporters looking for new markets click here go to market news source. Market news summary from ABS-CBN Market News.Author:

Property doyen Kevin Seymour parks opinion

The veteran Queensland property developer will wait and see what effects COVID-19 might have on the sector. Want to know more on Property doyen Kevin Seymour parks opinion click here go to market news source. Market news summary from The Australian Market News. Author: By John Stensholt

GoldenTree closes USD443m CLO under GLM strategy

GoldenTree closes USD443m CLO under GLM strategy Submitted 24/08/2020 - 9:43am GoldenTree Loan Management II (GLM II) and its affiliated investment manager GoldenTree Asset Management, has closed a USD443 million collateralised loan obligation (CLO) to be managed by GLM II.  With the closing of this CLO, GoldenTree Loan Management US CLO 8 (GLM US CLO 8), GoldenTree has issued 13 CLOs totalling USD7.5 billion under its GLM CLO...
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