Tag: Industrial Goods
5 months ago
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U.S.-Led Yemen Strikes Heighten Risk of Broader Middle East Conflict

Iran-backed Houthi rebels warn they will retaliate, pledge to continue attacks on shipping

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6 months ago
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The Chip Wars Are Metastasizing

All areas of the supply chain are becoming battlegrounds. Next up: chip packaging, where China has considerable heft.

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7 months ago
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Ukraine War Slips Toward Violent Stalemate

Ukrainian and Russian offensives are struggling for a major breakthrough against strong defensive lines

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7 months ago
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China Is Making Too Much Stuff—and Other Countries Are Worried

Factories, short of customers, are pushing exports harder, raising new trade tensions

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8 months ago
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This Russian Suicide Drone Is Blunting Ukraine’s Advance

Russia is catching up to Ukraine on battlefield drone use with unmanned vehicles like the Lancet and a new exploding ...

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8 months ago
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Ignoring U.S. Calls for Peace, Egypt Delivered Drones to Sudan’s Military

Bayraktar drone deliveries are latest instance of regional powers meddling in Sudan’s civil war

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9 months ago
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Strikes on Ukraine’s Infrastructure Signal Another Winter of Blackouts

Russia launched deadly air attacks across several Ukrainian cities on Thursday. The early morning strikes damaged inf...

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9 months ago
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Ukraine Says It Eliminated Advanced Russian Air-Defense System in Crimea

Latest strike to target occupied peninsula used Ukrainian-made cruise missiles, official says

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9 months ago
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A Saudi Defense Contractor Courted Russia and China. Then, Its U.S. Business Partners Fled

Failed talks between RTX and a Saudi defense firm show the kingdom’s difficulties in establishing its own military in...

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9 months ago
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Ukraine’s Drone Army Takes Bites Out of Bigger Opponent

Since the Ukrainian counteroffensive began, there’s been a dramatic increase in Ukraine’s use of cheap FPV, or first-...

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9 months ago
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Saudi Cuts Send World Diesel Prices Soaring

European refineries have been starved of both Russian and Middle Eastern crude

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10 months ago
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Brambles Flags Further Earnings Rise After Lifting Annual Profit

Brambles lifted its final dividend and flagged a further rise in underlying profit for the year ahead after price ris...

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10 months ago
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Wagner Leader Prigozhin Buried in Private Ceremony Days After Jet Crash

Paramilitary chief’s family and close friends attended the ceremony, state media said

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10 months ago
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Prigozhin Is Gone, But the Causes of Russia’s Growing Instability Persist

The final two months of Wagner Group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin’s life were full of speculation about his whereabouts a...

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10 months ago
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Wagner Mercenary Chief Prigozhin Dies in Russia Plane Crash

Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin was killed Wednesday after a plane he was aboard crashed northwest of Moscow, accordin...

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10 months ago
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China’s Chip Champion Is Taking It From All Sides

The U.S.-China tech war is a mixed bag for Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp.—but the China growth slowd...

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11 months ago
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Wagner Fighters Appear to Relocate to Belarus, Prigozhin Says They Could Return to Ukraine

In a grainy video, the voice of paramilitary leader is apparently heard welcoming troops to Belarus, where he said th...

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11 months ago
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Ukraine Adopts Slow Approach to Counteroffensive: “Our Problem Everywhere Is the Sky”

The recent turmoil in Russia could provide an opportunity for Ukraine's battlefield forces. WSJ reporter Ian Lovett a...

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11 months ago
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Russia’s Putin Moves to Dismantle Wagner Paramilitary Group

The short-lived armed insurrection launched by Wagner paramilitary leader Yevgeny Prigozhin exposed cracks in Russian...

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11 months ago
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Russia Detained Several Senior Military Officers in Wake of Wagner Mutiny

A Kremlin spokesman said Monday that Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks with Wagner founder Yevgeny Prigozhi...

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12 months ago
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Two Weeks After Wagner Revolt, Prigozhin Remains Crucial to Putin

Russian state media showed footage of a raid said to have been carried out on the mansion and offices of Yevgeny Prig...

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12 months ago
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Japan Wades Into the Chip Wars

Intel has ruled the market for central processing units since the 1980s. But rival AMD overtook Intel in market value...

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12 months ago
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Ukraine Strikes Bridge Supplying Russian Troops

The Biden administration’s decision to authorize the transfer of F-16s and provide pilot training to Ukraine could ch...

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about 1 year ago
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Ukraine’s Zelensky: We Are Ready for Counteroffensive

As Ukraine prepares to launch a counteroffensive, satellite images and videos show how Russia is strengthening its de...

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about 1 year ago
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Japan Bets Big on Micron—and Its Own Chip Ambitions

The country, once a chip-making heavyweight, has fallen behind in fabrication. But recent trends could help change that.

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about 1 year ago
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Ukraine Used U.K. Missiles to Strike Russian-Controlled Territory, Russia Claims

Kyiv struck the eastern territory of Luhansk using British-supplied Storm Shadow air-to-ground cruise missiles, accor...

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about 1 year ago
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Micron Gets Caught in U.S.-China Crossfire

Beijing has long hesitated to strike back at U.S. chip companies—but Micron is a soft target

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about 1 year ago
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Turkey Epitomizes the West’s Russia Sanctions Dilemma

As Turkey struggles with inflation and the earthquake aftermath, Russia emerges as a vital trading partner

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about 1 year ago
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Ukraine Says Bakhmut Tactics Will Give It Advantages Elsewhere

Russian attacks across the country kill at least eight people and injure 66 others

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about 1 year ago
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Ukraine Grain Deal Is Extended; Russian Drones Downed

Eleven of 16 Iranian-made drones were shot down overnight, Kyiv officials say

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over 1 year ago
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Brambles Lifts Dividend, Outlook After 1H Profit Rises 14%

Pallet supplier reported an underlying profit for the six months through December of $548.8 million

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over 1 year ago
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Crowdfunded Technology Gives Ukraine an Edge on Front Lines

As the U.S. and its allies furnish Ukraine with big-ticket items, such as howitzers, precision rocket artillery and B...

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over 1 year ago
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Deere to Allow Farmers to Repair Their Own Equipment

An agreement with a farm group is aimed at ensuring that farmers and independent repair shops can fix increasingly hi...

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over 1 year ago
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Zelensky Urges Ukrainians to Persevere as Putin Says Moscow Ready for Long War

Air-raid sirens sounded across Ukraine hours after President Volodymyr Zelensky made a defiant Christmas video addres...

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over 1 year ago
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U.S. and China Suddenly Play a Bit Nicer—Except in Chips

China is making some significant concessions to Washington in the trade and financial policy arenas.

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over 1 year ago
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Ukraine Fends Off Fresh Wave of Drone Attacks on Kyiv

A wave of drones struck Kyiv, with explosions reported in the historical center of the city, and Ukrainian defenses k...

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over 1 year ago
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Russia Launches New Drone Attacks as Partnership With Iran Deepens

The fresh attacks are an indication that Moscow has replenished its supply of Iranian-made drones, as the two countri...

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over 1 year ago
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TSMC’s U.S. Chip Gambit Has Powerful Backers

The Taiwanese chip maker’s investment won’t be enough to end U.S. reliance on Asia, but the trend is promising.

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over 1 year ago
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Beijing Has Few Good Options to Retaliate for Chip Bans

China hasn’t retaliated against the Biden administration’s extensive semiconductor export controls, but that might be...

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