Pubs in England can reopen on Jul 4 after over three months of closure due to coronavirus, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Tuesday, a move hailed by the industry after warnings many premises could shut for good.
The Falkland Islands Government confirmed its commitment to delivering its capital program, despite some disruption caused by the global COVID-19 pandemic. The approved total capital program is valued at £130m over five years and there is significant work on-going to deliver critical infrastructure projects.
Spain reopened its borders on Sunday, a significant stage in Europe's gradual reopening after its battle against the coronavirus, as infections in Latin America surged past two million.
Colgate-Palmolive said it was working to review and evolve its Chinese toothpaste brand, Darlie, the latest in a string of brand reassessments amid a US debate on racial inequality.
Argentina extended a deadline for bondholders to accept a debt restructuring proposal for the fifth time as creditors blamed the government for “walking away” from talks.
South Korea's swift handling of the COVID-19 crisis has provided a backdrop for a sharp increase in demand for premium and luxury cars, dealers and officials said, as wealthy people, insulated from many of the pandemic's worst effects, want to show off on the road.
President Donald Trump on Thursday renewed his threat to cut ties with China, a day after his top diplomats held talks with Beijing and his trade representative said he did not consider decoupling the U.S. and Chinese economies a viable option.
The Government of South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands, GSGSSI, usually celebrates the toothfish fishery on the 4th September each year – Toothfish day. However, this season celebrations started early, when, on the 1st May the first vessels arrived at South Georgia for the start of the 2020 fishing season.
The German government is urging other EU states to prepare for a no deal Brexit, according an internal document that casts doubt on Britain’s optimism over chances of an early agreement on its future ties with the bloc.
The Bank of England slowed the pace of its huge bond-buying program on Thursday as it saw some signs that the British economy was recovering from the unprecedented slump caused by the coronavirus lockdown.