Palace: Expect a more ‘passionate’ drug war

Despite criticisms and the threat to revoke the country’s tariff perks over alleged human rights violations, Malacañang said the government’s infamous drug war will continue with even more passion in the remaining years of President Duterte’s term. Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque (RESIDENTIAL PHOTO / MANILA BULLETIN) Presidential spokesman Harry Roque made the statement after President Duterte said during the 75th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) that the Philippines...

Huawei Has Sufficient Inventory of Communications Equipment

(Bloomberg) -- Huawei Technologies Co., the telecom giant at the center of U.S.-China tensions, said it has "sufficient" inventory for its communications equipment business while it seeks out supplies of smartphone chips that have been cut off by a Trump administration ban. Read More Want to know more on Huawei Has Sufficient Inventory of Communications Equipment click here go to market news source. Market news summary from Financial...

Hyperinflation, Fascism, & War: How The New World Order May Be Defeated Once More

Hyperinflation, Fascism, & War: How The New World Order May Be Defeated Once More Tyler Durden Wed, 09/23/2020 - 00:05 Authored by Matthew Ehret via the Saker Blog, While the world’s attention is absorbed by tectonic shifts unfolding across America as “a perfect storm of civil war, and military coup threatens to undo both the elections and the very foundations of the republic itself," something very ominous has appeared...

Asian stocks struggle to build on Wall Street gains, US dollar rises

Japan's Nikkei returns from a two-day holiday to drop 0.6 per cent. — Reuters pic SINGAPORE, Sept 23 — Asia's stock markets struggled to emulate Wall Street's rebound today as persistent worries about the global economic recovery kept investors cautious, while ebbing inflation expectations helped the US dollar to a two-month high.MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific Stock Market outside Japan was steady after two days of declines, but...

P40 million in smuggled cigarettes from China seized in Misamis port

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY (PNA) – Cigarettes illegally imported from China and valued at P40 million were seized by the Bureau of Customs-10 (BOC-10) on September 17, the agency said Tuesday.The contraband arrived at the Mindanao Container Terminal, a sub-port under the jurisdiction of BOC-10, in Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental, according to Cris Angelo Andrade, the bureau’s regional information officer.Andrade said the cargo had no import papers and other documents,...

US pork exports to China surge beyond pre-trade war levels

US pork exports to China have surged beyond pre-trade war levels, led by higher shipments from Brazil’s JBS SA and China’s WH Group, owner of Smithfield Foods, according to Panjiva, the research unit of S&P Global Market Intelligence.JBS may have shipped 370 per cent more US pork to China this year through until the end of August than at the same period in 2017, while exports linked to...

Gold inches higher on US-China tensions, recovery woes

U.S. President Donald Trump told the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday that China must be held accountable for having "unleashed" COVID-19 on the world, prompting Beijing to accuse him of "lies" and abusing the U.N. platform to provoke confrontation.Want to know more on Gold inches higher on US-China tensions, recovery woes click here go to Commodity news source. Commodity news summary from The Economic Times.Author:
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