The last century was extremely destructive. On average, about 15,000 people died every day as a result of conflict. By comparison, conflicts in this century have resulted in an average of 300 deaths per day. What are the contributing factors?
Delegates to China's ceremonial legislature have approved a new law to address Western grievances about unequal market access and IP theft in the Asian giant. But concerns remain among European and US businesses.
Rome and Beijing are expected to ink billions worth of deals, as well as plans for cultural exchanges. Xi sought to assure European leaders that there was "no fundamental conflict of interest" between them.
In view of tougher emissions' standards, carmakers across the world are racing to bring more electric vehicle to our roads. At the Geneva Motor Show Janelle Dumalaon has found the industry ahead of a transformative year.
The world's largest chemical producer saw its profits dive 23 percent in 2018. The firm said global trade conflicts, adverse weather conditions and the flagging auto industry were partly to blame.
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