On Thursday, Chinese state television reported that Beijing has passed a law to counter foreign sanctions. The bill had undergone a secret first review in April, and was passed by China’s top legislature, the National People’s Congress (NPC) standing committee… Read More ›
Day: June 10, 2021
UK, US to collaborate on reopening travel industry
In a statement the British government said, Prime Minister Boris Johnson and U.S. President Joe Biden are likely to collaborate in opening up the travel sector between the two countries “as soon as possible”. In his first overseas trip, Biden… Read More ›
Justin Smolkin, Ben Darsney appointed co-heads of Deutsche Bank’s equity capital markets (ECM) in the Americas
In an internal memo, Deutsche Bank has named, Justin Smolkin and Ben Darsney as co-heads of equity capital markets (ECM) in the Americas. According to the internal memo, Smolkin, managing director, joined the company in 2017 while Darsney joined in 2010.
Judicial Court of Paris charges Peugeot with consumer fraud in diesel emission investigation
In a statement Stellantis said, a French court has charged its unit, Peugeot, with consumer fraud and ordered the company to provide $36 million (30 million euros) in in guarantees for potential payouts. The charge, part of a diesel emissions… Read More ›