Germany’s top power producer is looking to replace Russian supplies with greater LNG shipments from the U.S. and Qatar. Other European nations are turning toward Africa, with Algeria and Nigeria already making up 21% of the continent’s imports last year:
One of Eastern Europe’s largest chemical-solvent plants in Russia was destroyed yesterday by a fire of unknown origin. It followed a similar suspicious fire that destroyed a defense facility in the nation earlier in the day.
The commodity shortage caused by Russia’s invasion is inviting bribery and corruption among third-party sellers and agents, trade experts say.
Japan’s Envision AESC will spend $2 billion to build a second electric-vehicle battery plant in the U.S.
The U.S. administration released $420 million of new infrastructure dollars for dam rebuilds and flood prevention measures in 31 states. An additional $385 million, funded through a separate program, will go to states to help Americans with home energy costs.
U.S. fast-food chains Burger King and McDonald’s are both facing multiple lawsuits from consumers over their use of PFAS, better known as “forever chemicals”, in their packaging.
New COVID-19 cases in Italy more than tripled yesterday from the day before to nearly 100,000.
Purchasing manager surveys indicate the global economy is slowing in the face of the war in Ukraine and COVID-19 lockdowns in China.
The U.S. added another $1.3 billion in aid for Ukraine yesterday, bringing its total to more than $3.7 billion.
The U.S. is planning to crack down on Russian firms that use cryptocurrencies to evade Western sanctions.
Carlsberg, the Western brewer with the largest exposure to the Russian market, expects a write down of nearly $1.4 billion upon its exit from the nation.
AB InBev, the world’s largest brewer, will take a $1.1 billion impairment charge as it exits Russia, joining Heineken and Carlsberg in withdrawing from the country.
South Korea’s exports jumped nearly 17% so far this month on a surge of shipments to the U.S. Overall, the nation’s economy likely slowed sharply last quarter during its worst COVID-19 wave of the pandemic, economists say.
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