WTO passes ‘unprecedented’ trade package after fraught talks | International Trade

The World Trade Organization on Friday agreed on an “unprecedented” package of trade deals touching on health, reform and food security, after disagreement between countries on key issues forced the trade body to extend negotiations by two days. The agreement came after WTO Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala had earlier urged countries to compromise, following the failure … Read more

ASX 200 plunges after horror week as Australian recession fears deepen

Any hope of recovery after a horror week for the economy is being dashed, as the nation’s biggest companies are seeing their values ​​drop again. Any small hope of recovery after a horror week for the Australian economy will be dashed today, after global markets saw heavy losses and the Australian Stock Exchange took a … Read more

WTO talks go deep into overtime

Talks at the World Trade Organization went deep into overtime on Thursday with key holdout India talking up the prospects for a landmark deal spanning food security, fishing and combating Covid-19. With ministers struggling to conclude agreements on each separate issue, countries were going round the clock making trade-offs which, they hope, could see several … Read more

25 treated after people walk over hot coal in Switzerland

GENEVA — Twenty-five people have been treated for burns after walking on hot coal in northern Switzerland, according to police. Emergency services were alerted to injuries at a private event on the Au peninsula on Lake Zurich Tuesday evening, Zurich canton (state) police said in a statement. They said that 25 people were given medical … Read more

WHO to assess if monkeypox an international health emergency

Initial symptoms of monkeypox include a high fever, swollen lymph nodes and a blistery chickenpox-like rash The World Health Organization said Tuesday it would hold an emergency meeting next week to determine whether to classify the global monkeypox outbreak as a public health emergency of international concern. “For that reason I have decided to agree … Read more

World Trade Organization seeks shot in the arm with Covid jab IP idea

Issued on: 06/14/2022 – 08:36 The WTO’s search for a role in fighting the pandemic sharpened up on Monday as ministers seek a commitment to lift intellectual property rights on Covid-19 vaccines. The World Trade Organization’s first ministerial meeting since December 2017 is wrestling with the wording of a text that would temporarily waive patents … Read more

Switzerland vs. Portugal Highlights | UEFA Nations League | FOX SOCCER – FOX Soccer

Switzerland vs. Portugal Highlights | UEFA Nations League | FOX SOCCERFOX Soccer Goal and Highlights Switzerland vs. Portugal (1-0)vavel.com Switzerland vs Portugal Prediction, Video Betting Tips & Odds │12 JUNE, 2022TelecomAsia Spain vs. Czech Republic Highlights | UEFA Nations League | FOX SOCCERFOX Soccer Switzerland stun Portugal for Nations League victory thanks to record-breaking Haris … Read more

Ewolo: Searching for family in Africa | Conflict

Desde: Witness A search for family leads Ewolo from Switzerland to Congo where a chance encounter leads to an unimaginable reunion. Forty-two-year-old street food trader Cristel Ewolo lives in Switzerland, where he was mysteriously abandoned as a child. From an extract of his birth certificate, he knows that his country of origin is the Republic … Read more

Cryptocurrency industry focus: Regulation, stablecoins, market crash

A visual representation of Bitcoin cryptocurrency. Edward Smith | Getty Images Cryptocurrency companies dominated the main street at the World Economic Forum in Davos this year, a notable difference between this edition and the last one in 2020. The high-profile presence from the industry came even as the cryptocurrency market crashed. It was sparked by … Read more