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In Asia, Biden pushes values he struggles to sell at home

Johnson City Press 25 May 2022
Russia cutting off the energy spigot to parts of Europe has compounded the supply chain challenges that emerged during the pandemic, problems that have continued as China — the dominant player in manufacturing — has engaged in strict lockdowns of cities to contain coronavirus outbreaks.
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NATO chief: ‘Freedom is more important than free trade’

The Hill 24 May 2022
... for the West’s reliance on Russian energy ... Stoltenberg’s speech comes as Russia’s war in Ukraine is compounding global inflation, particularly in food and energy costs, and threatens to push millions around the world into hunger due to closing off Ukraine’s export markets. .
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European Medicines Agency Grants Orphan Drug Designation to Cornerstone Pharmaceuticals’ ...

Eagle-Tribune 24 May 2022
CPI-613® (devimistat) is a first-in-class clinical lead compound of Cornerstone, which targets enzymes that are involved in cancer cell energy metabolism and are located in the mitochondria of cancer cells ... Cornerstone’s lead compound, CPI-613® (devimistat), is designed to target ...
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JPMorgan warns 10% of junk-rated emerging markets face debt crises

Metro USA 24 May 2022
investment bank JPMorgan have warned. More acute balance of payment pressures and larger fiscal deficits are now compounding problems for heavily-indebted countries that import most of their energy and food ... (Reporting by Marc Jones, editing by Jorgelina do Rosario). .
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Can the British Energy Security Strategy control soaring household bills?

New Statesman 24 May 2022
The global events of the past two years have hit people’s spending hard, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the energy market. The reopening of the post-lockdown economy, compounded with restrictions and sanctions on oil and gas imports due to the war in Ukraine, have all amounted to one thing ...Energy efficiency was left in the toolbox”.
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Wagamama owner braces for food costs to soar by 10%

AOL 24 May 2022
The group said it continues to work with supply chain partners to offset some of the higher costs but cautioned it “remains a volatile inflationary market”, with price pressures compounded by the war in Ukraine. Ingredient prices have rocketed, with higher energy and fuel costs all pushing up the cost of food and drink ... .
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JPMorgan warns 10% of junk-rated emerging markets facing debt crises this year

Reuters 24 May 2022
investment bank JPMorgan have warned. More acute balance of payment pressures and larger fiscal deficits are now compounding problems for heavily-indebted countries that import most of their energy and food. Sri Lanka has just suffered its first ever sovereign default, joining a list that already included Lebanon, Suriname, Venezuela and Zambia ... ....
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Business, political leaders flag risk of worldwide recession at WEF

Dawn 24 May 2022
DAVOS ... Meanwhile, the repercussions on oil and food markets of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February — which Moscow describes as a “special military operation” — and Covid-19 lockdowns in China with no clear end have compounded the gloom. “We have at least four crises, which are interwoven. We have high inflation ... we have an energy crisis... .
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SBP hikes interest rate to 13.75pc

The News International 24 May 2022
“Domestically, an expansionary fiscal stance this year, exacerbated by the recent energy subsidy package, has fueled demand and lingering policy uncertainty has compounded pressures on the exchange rate,” it added.
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Obtaining Shelf Space in the Energy Drinks Market Requires Offering Something Unique

Victoria Advocate 24 May 2022
PALM BEACH, Fla., May 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- FinancialNewsMedia.com News Commentary - The energy drink industry is a booming business with several key names leading the pack. Millions of people who don't want a cup of java, may end up reaching for an energy drink ... Energy drinks ...
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Economic outlook has 'darkened', business and government leaders warn in Davos

RTE 24 May 2022
Meanwhile, the repercussions on oil and food markets of Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February - which Moscow describes as a "special military operation" - and Covid-19 lockdowns in China with no clear end have compounded the gloom ... We have high inflation, we have an energy ...
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Davos 2022: economic outlook has 'darkened' amid global crises, leaders warn

The National 23 May 2022
Meanwhile, the repercussions on oil and food markets of Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February, which Moscow describes as a “special military operation”, and Covid-19 lockdowns in China with no clear end have compounded the gloom.
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WEF chief economists warn of dire human consequences from global economy fragmentation

Financial Express 23 May 2022
At the current trajectory, the world is on track for the worst food crisis in recent history, compounded by the additional pressure of high energy prices ... However, a clear majority of respondents expected a prioritisation of energy security based on carbon-intensive sources rather than greener sources across all regions except Europe and China.
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‘Multiple threats to global economy’

Gulf Daily News 23 May 2022
DAVOS ... Meanwhile, the repercussions on oil and food markets of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February – which Moscow describes as a “special military operation” – and Covid-19 lockdowns in China with no clear end have compounded the gloom ... We have high inflation ... we have an energy crisis... .
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Economic storm looming, business and government leaders warn in Davos

Metro USA 23 May 2022
Meanwhile, the repercussions on oil and food markets of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February – which Moscow describes as a “special military operation” – and COVID-19 lockdowns in China with no clear end have compounded the gloom.

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