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President: Gov’t supports companies at the forefront of countering sanctions
President Hassan Rouhani highlighted the private sector’s key role in the country’s economy during the sanctions era, stressing that the government’s policy is to support the companies that are at the forefront of countering the US illegal sanctions.
Companies prodded to rely less on China, but few respond
The United States, Japan and France are prodding their companies to rely less on China to make the world’s smartphones, drugs and other products.
Countries, companies risk billions in race for coronavirus vaccine
In the race to develop a vaccine to end the COVID-19 pandemic, governments, charities and Big Pharma firms are sinking billions of dollars into bets with extraordinarily low odds of success.
Ethiopia prohibits company layoffs under state of emergency
Ethiopia prohibited companies from laying off workers and terminating employment in measures introduced as part of a state of emergency to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Italy nears decree on $216b in guarantees to companies
Italy is finalizing new measures aimed at providing liquidity to companies, Finance Minister Roberto Gualtieri said.
US threatens companies working on Russian gas pipeline
Any companies that rush to finish building a Russian natural gas export pipeline to Germany that came under US sanctions this month risk being penalized, senior US officials said on Sunday.
Tighter climate policies could erase $2.3 trillion in companies value: Report
Tighter government climate regulations by 2025 could wipe up to $2.3 trillion off the value of companies in industries ranging from fossil fuel producers to agriculture and car makers, an investor group warned in a report.
Rise in workplace activism expected to hit UK companies
Strikes, whistleblowing, legal challenges and even tweets from employees criticizing their own companies are going to rise, according to a survey of top companies in the UK.
US physicians more likely to prescribe opioids if they received gifts from pharma companies
US physicians who received gifts from pharmaceutical companies related to opioid medications were more likely to prescribe opioids to their patients the following year, compared to physicians who did not receive such gifts, according to a new analysis led by health policy scientists at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.
Big companies commit to slash emissions ahead of UN climate summit
Almost 90 big companies in sectors from food to cement to telecommunications are pledging to slash their greenhouse gas emissions in a new campaign to steer multi-nationals towards a low-carbon future, organizers said on Sunday.
For Ireland companies, pain of no-deal Brexit is starting to hit home
Ireland’s biggest companies are getting a taste of the pain that could come from the UK crashing out of the European Union without a deal.
Many UK companies taking their chances with no-deal Brexit
When a potential cliff-edge Brexit loomed last spring, Albion Stone Plc stockpiled equipment and materials as a precaution against disruptions. Not this time around.
MP: Iran welcomes foreign companies’ investments
By Sadeq Dehqan & Farzam Vanaki
Most big companies fail to report role in deforestation, charity says
Most big companies are failing to report the damage their operations are doing to forests despite committing to lighten their footprint under wider efforts to tackle climate change, according to a report published on Tuesday.
UN reform needed to stop companies fighting climate rules: Nobel laureate
Multinational companies will increasingly file massive cases against host countries when climate change policies affect their profits, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz said.

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