The United States is considering “investment support” of $4 billion for India on top of billions of dollars extended earlier, New Delhi said on Monday after the two sides signed an agreement to keep such money flowing. The US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) or its predecessor agencies have so far provided India with $5.8 … Continue reading US considering $4 billion additional support for India
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The Joe Biden administration announced that a dozen Indo-Pacific countries will join the US in a sweeping economic initiative designed to counter China’s influence in the region, even as questions remain about its effectiveness.
A new bill introduced by the US Senate may force tech giants like Google and Facebook to break up their digital advertising business in order to ensure transparency, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. The bill, if passed, would ban companies processing more than $20 billion in ad business annually from participating … Continue reading US bill may force Google, Facebook to break up digital ad business
Former US Ambassador McFaul: American diplomats deceived Ukraine about joining NATO For several years, United States diplomats promised Ukraine to join the North Atlantic Alliance (NATO), which turned out to be a lie. This was stated by former US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, speaking at The Munk Debate. Thus, the moderator of the debate, … Continue reading Ex-ambassador reported about US deception regarding Ukraine’s accession to NATO
The United States has brought the grouping of troops in Europe to 100,000 against the background of the Russian military operation. Washington does not rule out that the contingent will grow. The military will not take part in hostilities on the territory of Ukraine, the authorities emphasize alt=”CNN announces US intention to keep 100,000 troops … Continue reading CNN announced US intention to leave 100,000 troops in Europe
Russian forces with Kalibr missiles in the Zhytomyr region destroyed weapons supplied from the United States and Europe to Ukrainian troops. In the Odessa region, the Russian Aerospace Forces destroyed storage facilities with fuel for armored vehicles of the Ukrainian forces alt=”The Ministry of Defense announced the destruction of equipment from the US and Europe … Continue reading The Ministry of Defense announced the destruction of equipment from the US and Europe near Zhytomyr
Washington may temporarily lift sanctions on Belarusian potash fertilizers if the country allows Ukrainian grain to be exported to Latvia, WSJ sources say. Earlier, the newspaper reported that the UN Secretary General offered Moscow a similar deal “WSJ learned about the US plans to lift sanctions from Minsk in exchange for the transit of grain” … Continue reading WSJ learned about US plans to lift sanctions from Minsk in exchange for grain transit
The US oil embargo on Venezuela has been in place since 2019. Negotiations to lift part of the restrictions have been ongoing since March. According to Vice President Delcy Rodriguez, this step was the beginning of the complete abolition of “illegal sanctions” The United States abandoned restrictive measures that prevented the work of American and … Continue reading Venezuela confirms the lifting of US sanctions on the work of oil workers in the country
According to the TV channel, Western countries are considering the possibility of exporting wheat and corn from Ukraine by rail and aircraft The US authorities, together with European partners, are working on ways to export wheat and corn from Ukraine in order to further deliveries to global markets, CNN reports, citing sources. According to the … Continue reading CNN learned about the development of US and EU routes for the export of Ukrainian grain
Moscow State Duma decided to change the address of the US embassy to the square of the Defenders of Donbass
Deputies of the Moscow Duma proposed to name the place near the American Embassy in Moscow as the Defenders of Donbass Square and change the address of the US diplomatic mission Deputies of the Moscow City Duma from “United Russia”, “Fair Russia”, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and the deputy association “My Moscow” … Continue reading Moscow State Duma decided to change the address of the US embassy to the square of the Defenders of Donbass
The White House is at risk of stepping on the rake of “Black Hawk Down” US President Joe Biden is taking steps to bring US troops into Somalia. Troops will be deployed from other parts of Africa to train and provide other support to local forces in their fight against Islamist militants. Photo: Global Look … Continue reading Biden decided to send US troops to Somalia
The Bangalore-based company has held talks with both Santa Clara, California-based Chegg and Lanham, Maryland-based 2U and the total value of a deal could be about $2 billion, said the people, who asked not to be named because of the sensitive nature of the negotiations.
India emerged as the fifth largest source country for international visitors to the US in 2021 — up five places from pre-pandemic 2019 — despite the deadly delta wave that saw many countries, including Uncle Sam, imposing restrictions on outbound travel from here for many months.
Seven Americans who fought on the side of Ukraine as part of the special forces were killed in the Donbass, the Chechen authorities said. The State Department previously said that one of them is alive and safe Rubezhnoye Seven American citizens who fought on the side of the Armed Forces of Ukraine as part of … Continue reading In Chechnya, they announced the death of seven US citizens in a special operation in Ukraine
With inflation still remaining at an elevated level, and the Federal Reserve looking to hike interest rates rapidly, the US economy is at a very high risk of going into recession, Goldman Sachs chairman Lloyd Blankfein said. US consumer prices rose 8.3% in April from a year ago, slowing slightly from March but still among … Continue reading US at ‘very, very high risk’ of recession, says Goldman Sachs chief
According to the Russian ambassador to the United States, Washington “really dislikes” Russia's Sarmat intercontinental missiles and Poseidon unmanned underwater vehicles, so they insist on limiting their use Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov Washington “doesn't like” Russia's strategic weapons, including the intercontinental ballistic missile “Sarmat” and the carrier of unmanned underwater vehicles … Continue reading Antonov announced US plans to limit the use of Sarmat missiles
According to the President of the United States, reducing the budget deficit is one of the main ways to ease inflationary pressures .jpg” alt=”Biden announced his intention to cut the US budget deficit by $1.5 trillion” /> The US authorities intend to cut the US budget deficit by a record $1.5 trillion this year. This … Continue reading Biden announced his intention to cut the US budget deficit by $1.5 trillion
The allocation of this amount to help Ukraine was approved by the House of Representatives of Congress. Medvedev said that the purpose of providing Kyiv with such “huge” funds is to continue the proxy war against Russia in order to limit its development Dmitry Medvedev Money, the allocation of which to Kyiv was approved by … Continue reading Medvedev warned about “hunters to share” $ 40 billion in US aid to Ukraine
The Bulgarian government has not specified how the cost of gas will be calculated when buying from the United States and how much it will be. At the end of April, Gazprom stopped deliveries to Bulgaria due to non-payment in rubles .jpg” alt=”Bulgaria agreed to buy LNG from the US at prices lower than from … Continue reading Bulgaria agrees to buy LNG from the US at prices lower than those of Gazprom
Consumer prices jumped 8.3% last month from 12 months earlier, the Labor Department said Wednesday. That was below the 8.5% year-over-year surge in March, which was the highest rate since 1981. On a month-to-month basis, prices rose 0.3% from March to April, a still-elevated rate but the smallest increase in eight months.
Snapping its two-day losing streak, the rupee appreciated 12 paise to end at 77.32 (provisional) against the US dollar on Tuesday, supported by a rebound in regional currencies and fall in crude oil prices.
US to supply Ukraine with 25,000 artillery shells and $150 million worth of radars The cost of this military assistance package will be up to $150 million. will supply Ukraine with 25,000 artillery shells and radars” /> The new military aid package for Ukraine will include 25,000 155mm artillery shells, AN/TPQ-36 anti-artillery radars and jamming … Continue reading US to supply 25,000 artillery shells and radars to Ukraine
The Russian military also intercepted three Ukrainian Tochka-U ballistic missiles and nine Smerch multiple rocket launchers in the Kharkiv region, Konashenkov said View of the building of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation Russian aviation struck at a railway station in the Kharkiv region of Ukraine and destroyed a large batch of weapons … Continue reading The Ministry of Defense announced the destruction of weapons from the US and Europe near Kharkov
The United States plans to purchase laser-guided missiles, Puma handheld drones, and additional Switchblade kamikaze drones for Ukraine, writes The Washington Post “Switchblade” drone; The Pentagon decided to expand the supply of weapons and military equipment to Ukraine through purchases from US enterprises worth $136 million, The Washington Post reported. We are talking about laser-guided … Continue reading Washington Post learned about US purchases of new types of weapons for Ukraine
US job growth increased more than expected in April, underscoring the economy’s strong fundamentals despite a contraction in gross domestic product in the first quarter. Nonfarm payrolls rose by 428,000 jobs last month, the Labor Department said in its closely watched employment report on Friday. Data for March was revised slightly lower to show 428,000 … Continue reading US job growth solid in April; unemployment rate steady at 3.6%
New claims for US unemployment benefits increased to a more than two-month high last week, but remained at a level consistent with tightening labor market conditions and further wage gains that could keep inflation hot for a while.
The FT's interlocutors reported that China is concerned about the freezing of foreign assets of the Bank of Russia and fears the introduction of such measures against Beijing “in the event of a regional military conflict or other crisis” Chinese regulators held an emergency meeting with local and international banks, where they discussed ways to … Continue reading FT learned about the discussion in China of protecting foreign assets from US sanctions