EU manufacturers eyeing offshore wind turbines in Vietnam – sources

EU manufacturers eyeing offshore wind turbines in Vietnam - sources

HANOI, Feb 23 (Reuters) – European manufacturers are considering investing hundreds of millions of dollars in Vietnam to build wind turbines, people familiar with the situation said as the country prepares to capitalize on its huge untapped offshore wind power potential. The Southeast Asian country is seen as a potential major player in the sector … Read more

World Bank board intends to select next president by early May, US nominee expected shortly

World Bank board intends to select next president by early May, US nominee expected shortly

WASHINGTON, Feb 22 (Reuters) – The World Bank’s executive board is looking to select a new president by early May after it was revealed last week that David Malpass would leave the top job long before his contract expired in April 2024, the bank said in a statement. posted late at night. on Wednesday. The … Read more

World Bank board intends to select next president by early May, US nominee expected shortly

World Bank board intends to select next president by early May, US nominee expected shortly

WASHINGTON, Feb 22 (Reuters) – The World Bank’s executive board is looking to select a new president by early May after it was revealed last week that David Malpass would leave the top job long before his contract expired in April 2024, the bank said in a statement. posted late at night. on Wednesday. The … Read more

Uralchem ​​will send the second batch of free fertilizers from the EU to Africa

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MOSCOW, Feb 22 (Reuters) – Russian fertilizer maker Uralchem-Uralkali plans to send a second humanitarian shipment of fertilizer from an EU port to Africa in March, the company said on Wednesday, this time to Kenya, following a previous shipment to Malawi. In November. The Uralchem-Uralkali Group has said it will donate more than 34,000 tons … Read more

Uralchem ​​will send the second batch of free fertilizers from the EU to Africa

Kmart pushes Australian Wesfarmers to boost profits due to lockdown

MOSCOW, Feb 22 (Reuters) – Russian fertilizer maker Uralchem-Uralkali plans to send a second humanitarian shipment of fertilizer from an EU port to Africa in March, the company said on Wednesday, this time to Kenya, following a previous shipment to Malawi. In November. The Uralchem-Uralkali Group has said it will donate more than 34,000 tons … Read more

North Korean newspaper calls foreign aid “poisoned candy” and urges self-reliance

North Korean newspaper calls foreign aid "poisoned candy" and urges self-reliance

SEOUL, Feb 22 (Reuters) – North Korea’s official newspaper said on Wednesday that relying on foreign aid to tackle food shortages would be tantamount to accepting “poisoned candy”, calling for economic self-sufficiency despite worsening hardship amid sanctions and lockdowns due to for the coronavirus. In recent years, the isolated country has suffered from food shortages … Read more

German Ministry of Economy highlights measures to accelerate energy transition

German Ministry of Economy highlights measures to accelerate energy transition

FRANKFURT, Feb 21 (Reuters) – Germany has identified three key measures, including financial support to develop energy transition technologies while boosting clean energy production and transmission, Economics Minister Robert Habeck said on Tuesday. “We have to strengthen the renewable energy production capacity in Germany and Europe,” he said at a press conference. Habek said the … Read more

Romania eyeing energy projects that diversify supplies, says deputy minister

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BUCHAREST, Feb 21 (Reuters) – Energy diversification projects, such as a plan to lay an electric cable under the Black Sea to bring Azerbaijan’s electricity to the European Union, have a better chance of being implemented after Russia’s war in Ukraine, a Romanian deputy said on Tuesday Minister of Energy. The EU state of Romania … Read more

Spain’s Cepsa has signed an agreement with the Netherlands to increase the use of clean fuel

Spain's Cepsa has signed an agreement with the Netherlands to increase the use of clean fuel

The agreement provides for the supply of green ammonia to Rotterdam Dutch minister says Spain and Portugal are needed as hydrogen suppliers Port of Rotterdam plans to produce 4.6 megatons of hydrogen by 2030 MADRID, Feb 20 (Reuters) – Spain’s Cepsa on Monday signed an agreement with three Dutch companies to supply green ammonia to … Read more

US Vice President Harris agrees to be ‘closely associated’ with Macron on China, Scholz

US Vice President Harris agrees to be 'closely associated' with Macron on China, Scholz

Feb 17 (Reuters) – US Vice President Kamala Harris discussed the challenges posed by China with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and agreed to remain in close contact during meetings with leaders in Munich, the White House said on Friday. Harris “discussed the challenges facing the People’s Republic of China, including … Read more