ExxonMobil found oil off Guyana’s coast in 2015, and believes the reserves are big. Conservative estimates project to about 4 billion barrels. Some experts think there’s more to be found in the country’s 6.6 million-acre Starbroek Block.
India’s economy is racing ahead, shrugging off global trade tensions and a sharp fall in its currency.
In an unexpectedly early announcement, the European Commission has decided to end EU anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures on solar PV cells and modules from China at midnight on September 3.
California’s biggest boondoggle just broke the bank.
London’s new train line announced Friday it was delaying launching services through the city centre from December until late 2019, in a blow for Europe’s biggest infrastructure project.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA is anxious to hear from its dust-silenced Mars rover, Opportunity, as the planet’s red skies clear.
Britain’s May in Kenya to boost economic ties amid Brexit; 1st PM to visit in 30 years.
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday became the first UK leader to visit Kenya in 30 years, bringing security and development funding to East Africa’s commercial hub and neighboring Somalia as Britain seeks to boost economic ties ahead of a bumpy exit from the European Union in March.
U.S. consumer spending rose a solid 0.4 per cent in July, the sixth straight month of healthy gains. At the same time, a key gauge of inflation posted its sharpest annual gain in six years, likely keeping the Federal Reserve on track to keep raising interest rates gradually.
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Pimpa Panlao, 31, is struggling to pay off an 80,000 baht ($2,440) bank loan and spends a third of her income from selling women’s accessories at a Bangkok market to repay the loan.
“Business is bad and it’s very tough when you have debt,” Pimpa told Reuters, who used part of the loan to finance her business. She is not alone.
Action follows reports of students suffering palpitations as they go through high-pressure education system
South Korea is set to ban the sale of coffee in schools in an effort to promote healthier choices among pupils and teachers.
All vending machines and snack kiosks in primary and secondary schools will stop selling all coffee products by 14 September, according to the Ministry of Food and Drug Safety.