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World Bank’s new chief asks staff to ‘double down’ on development, climate efforts

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Asia climate woes mount as heat shatters May records

SINGAPORE, June 1 (Reuters) - Countries across Asia have been hit by another round of extreme heat that has toppled seasonal temperature records throughout the region, raising concerns about their ab…..

Texas battery rush: Oil state's power woes fuel energy storage boom

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Russian clothing brands plug gap left by Western rivals

Russian designers and brands are helping the retail sector gradually recover from a turbulent 15 months of store closures and slumping demand, with new labels plugging the gap left by foreign rivals a..

Elon Musk visits China's commerce ministry

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China regulator fines two pharma firms for monopoly behaviour

BEIJING, May 28 (Reuters) - China's market regulator said on Sunday it had fined two pharmaceutical companies for monopolistic behaviour. It fined Grand Pharmaceutical 136 million yuan ($19.68 milli…..

Indonesia seeks $700 million to install 200 MW of solar power

Indonesian state utility Perusahaan Listrik Negara [RIC:RIC:PLNEG.UL] seeks a $700-million investment to install a 200-megawatt (MW) solar panel that will replace diesel power generators in a bid to r..

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