As Russia remains marooned in the West and Brazil’s economy enters intensifying turbulence, China is lending a hand, further flexing its diplomatic might.
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Pre-election polls forecasted a government of coalitions and compromises in Britain, but the Conservative Party beat back opponents and now has room to set its own agenda.
Mercedes-Benz has been fined $56.49 million by a Chinese pricing regulator for fixing prices at local dealerships.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company is the first founding partner of Impact 2030, a global project for corporate volunteering that will combine the joint efforts of many brands to tackle otherwise unattainable goals.
LVMH has been selected to join the Board of Directors of the Foundation for Research on Biodiversity to encourage research and awareness of sustainable actions that can be taken in France, Europe and the rest of the world.
Hong Kong is seeing a rise in ecommerce trends due to low government restrictions and because the city’s consumers are becoming more familiar with Western brands through travel, according to a report by Borderfree.
The protests in Hong Kong that began late last week and have grown more contentious may upend the city’s stability.
Even with tense relations between Russia and Western countries, a complete ban on clothing and textile imports from the United States and the European Union is highly unlikely, according to a new report by Fashionbi.
Scottish business owners fret that independence from Britain could result in widespread economic uncertainty since fundamental issues would need to be hammered out, and uncertainty is hardly a boon for business.
The downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 has spurred the European Union to take a harsher approach to Russia’s escalating role in the Ukrainian conflict.