Tag: Regulation/Government Policy
9 months ago
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Qantas CEO Alan Joyce to Step Down Two Months Early

Joyce’s successor, Vanessa Hudson, will assume the chief executive role on Sept. 6.

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9 months ago
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Qantas Accused by Regulator of Selling Tickets for Cancelled Flights

Qantas Airways faces legal action by Australia’s competition regulator over allegations that the carrier sold thousan...

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10 months ago
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China Drafts Rules for Facial-Recognition Use

Authorities propose limits on when to use such technology, even as they leave national-security exceptions

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10 months ago
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Inflation Is Cooling. Food Inflation Could Get Worse.

Russia pulled out of an international agreement that allows Ukraine to export grain through the Black Sea. WSJ’s Jare...

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10 months ago
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Stock Exchange Regulators Back Global Climate-Reporting Rules

Association representing over 95% of market capitalization endorses international rules that include Scope 3 emission...

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10 months ago
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Russia Boosts Rates as Ukraine War Costs Mount

The economy is at an inflection point. A falling ruble, soaring wages and booming debt-fueled state spending have rei...

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11 months ago
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To Fight Stickier Inflation, Governments Take Aim at Corporate Profits

Decision makers increasingly agree that booming profit margins in some sectors may be complicating central banks’ bat...

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11 months ago
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ChatGPT Owner Vows to Improve Its AI Tools After Sam Altman’s World Tour

The European Union’s Parliament on Wednesday voted to push forward draft legislation that would mark the West’s first...

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11 months ago
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Pro Take: Forget the SEC, International Climate Reporting Standards Could Become the Global Baseline

Investor demand for a single standard increases the benefits to companies and countries of aligning with the new ISSB...

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11 months ago
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The U.S. and Modi Rewire Indian Defense and Tech

President Biden announced defense deals with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit, building stronger ...

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11 months ago
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U.S. Faces Pressure to Ease Rules for Sharing Military Technology With Allies

​Some lawmakers, defense firms warn the Cold War-era regulations stifle collaboration and need to change

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11 months ago
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Australia Competition Regulator Blocks TPG-Telstra Network Sharing

TPG said the Australian Competition Tribunal has declined to authorize a regional-network sharing arrangement with Te...

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11 months ago
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Swiss Voters Back Global Minimum Tax

Switzerland, home to corporate entities drawn by its rock-bottom taxes, joined the global effort to set a minimum tax...

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12 months ago
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China’s Lost Generation

Xi Jinping has a major youth unemployment problem on his hands

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about 1 year ago
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Humm Told to Stop Adding New BNPL Customers by Australian Regulator

Australian credit provider said itcomplied with the order and is seeking to engage with the ASIC.

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about 1 year ago
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Tencent Earnings Show It Still Has Game

After a brutal 2022, Tencent is bouncing back quickly. But it needs to keep diversifying its business to lay the foun...

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about 1 year ago
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How Sanctioned Western Goods Are Still Flowing Into Russia

Cluster of ex-Soviet republics is hub for shipments of U.S., European dual-use goods to Russia

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about 1 year ago
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Sanctions Against Russia Could Be Better, These Harvard Economists Say

Group argues for improved U.S.-Europe coordination and more curbs on components

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about 1 year ago
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Ukraine’s EU Neighbors Move to Block Grain Imports Over Falling Prices

Poland and Hungary’s plan triggers tensions with Brussels, which has jurisdiction over all European Union trade policy

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about 1 year ago
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Intelligence Leaks Spotlight U.S.-Russia Rivalry in Middle East

Documents show American allies working with Moscow on military matters

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about 1 year ago
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China Signals Readiness to Further Ease Trade Dispute With Australia

Review of barley duties shows ties between Beijing and Canberra are improving

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about 1 year ago
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King Dollar Still Looks Safe From the Yuan

Weaponizing the dollar creates incentives for change. But as an alternative, the yuan still has serious limitations.

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about 1 year ago
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Biden’s $42.5 Billion Broadband-Expansion Plan Is Challenged by Lawmakers

Senators want a new review before money is allocated to ensure rural states get fair share

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about 1 year ago
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Will the ‘Korea Discount’ for Stocks Finally Disappear?

A significant buying opportunity in Asia—for longer-term investors—could be hiding in plain sight

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about 1 year ago
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Banking Strains, Inflation Threaten Global Economic Rebound

A strong services sector is supporting activity around the world, but that strength also fuels inflation

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about 1 year ago
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China’s Economic Lifeline to Russia Gives Beijing Upper Hand

Moscow’s increasing dependence on China is giving Beijing greater leverage

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about 1 year ago
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U.K. Economy Expected to Avoid Recession, Government Says

Budget watchdog says the economy will shrink this year but avoid a technical recession

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about 1 year ago
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Russia Relies on Tech Imports From China Amid the Ukraine War

Following the trail of chips and other tech gear from China, Turkey, Hong Kong and elsewhere to Ukraine’s battlefields

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over 1 year ago
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Telstra-TPG Network Sharing Blocked by Australia Competition Regulator

Telstra Corp. and TPG Telecom’s proposal to share mobile networks in parts of rural Australia was blocked by the cons...

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over 1 year ago
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EU Greenlights 15% Corporate Minimum Tax, Advancing Global Deal

Countries in the bloc are set to start collecting additional taxes in 2024 under a long-stalled global deal, after Hu...

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over 1 year ago
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U.S. Regulator Says It Has Access to Audit Papers of Chinese Companies

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board said it has secured complete access to inspect China-based audit firms ...

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over 1 year ago
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Political Risk Returns to China, and Looks Here to Stay

Anger over China’s Covid policies comes amid structural economic changes that have damaged young people’s prospects a...

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over 1 year ago
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Oil Prices Face Fresh Volatility With New Russia Sanctions, OPEC Decision

The cartel and its allies are due to make a big call on oil production next week, a day before expanded sanctions are...

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over 1 year ago
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U.K. Unveils Tax Increases and Spending Cuts to Shore Up Finances

Treasury chief Jeremy Hunt laid out his spending plans for Britain amid high inflation, rising interest rates

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over 1 year ago
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Tencent Slims Down as Beijing Lightens Up

The Chinese social-media and game giant is continuing to unwind its stakes in other companies, while investors are ch...

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over 1 year ago
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China Throws Developers a Lifeline, but Buyers Might Stay Cautious

Beijing eased its restrictions on the real-estate sector, sending shares of private property developer soaring, but r...

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over 1 year ago
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Covid-19 Rules Take Shine Off Hong Kong’s Bid to Reopen

Business leaders say lingering restrictions will overshadow coming events—a finance summit and a rugby tournament—int...

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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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over 1 year ago
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U.K. Inflation Reaches 10.1% as Government U-Turns Cloud Outlook

Consumer prices rose by double digits in the 12 months through September, but where inflation goes next depends on a ...

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