With the US President Donald Trump listing China as an adversary last year, analysts say a trade war is looming and blame US trade representative Robert Lighthizer.
The tech giant is also planning to build another corporate campus and hire 20,000 workers during the next five years as part of a $350 billion commitment to the US that will be partially financed by an upcoming windfall from a new tax law.
The company that makes power systems for use on land, at sea and in the air said it would study strategic options for its commercial marine operation, while reducing Rolls' businesses from five to three core units.
This is the first move against the Gupta family that is accused of corrupt dealings with President Zuma, including allegations it profited from lucrative government contracts.
The decision, which will see Panama being among the eight, has not been universally welcomed, with some saying that the credibility of such a blacklist has been damaged barely months after it was created.
At least 77 people were injured on Monday after a floor collapsed at the Indonesia Stock Exchange in Jakarta. An investigation into the cause of the incident is underway.
Greek protesters in Athens clashed with police who fired tear gas during a strike against voting for further creditor-demanded measures which included family benefits, union strikes and property foreclosures.
Hundreds of families have filed lawsuits against French dairy company Lactalis after their babies drank salmonella-tainted milk produced by the company. 12 million packages of powdered baby milk have been recalled in 83 countries so far.
Already threatened by imports from China, cotton is once again being spun by hand and woven on traditional looms to produce local fabrics and revive a dying tourism economy.
The Saudi construction firm may handover shares to the government after its finances were hurt by a drop in oil prices and a temporary exclusion from new state contracts following a deadly crane accident in Mecca.
One primary reason for investors' cheer was simply relief that the country's political situation was being sorted out, almost four months after the September 24 election.
Gaza Marine has long been seen as a golden opportunity for the cash-strapped Palestinian Authority to join the Mediterranean gas bonanza, but political tensions have stymied its development.
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