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SnapshotsOct 17, 2018 | 21:08 GMT
U.S.: The Latest Sanctions Against Iran Cast a Wide Secondary Net
The U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctioned 20 Iranian companies and financial institutions and reclassified nine more as Specially Designated Global Terrorist entities subject to secondary U.S. sanctions. While the Treasury Department's imposition of sanctions on Iran is nothing new, the nuances of this latest move
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AssessmentsOct 8, 2018 | 09:00 GMT
A worker assembles a vehicle in a Hyundai plant in China's Hebei province. South Korean automakers have increased their manufacturing capacity in China to  A significant proportion of South Korea's auto manufacturing capacity in China to 2.1 million vehicles annually.
U.S. Auto Tariffs Would Deliver a Particularly Painful Sting to South Korea
Despite bending to U.S. pressure and agreeing both to revise the countries' free trade agreement and to accept export quotas on steel and aluminum, South Korea could still face tariffs on its vehicle exports to the United States. The government in Seoul is seeking ways to avoid the damage that
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AssessmentsAug 27, 2018 | 09:00 GMT
Cars from German manufacturer Audi await transport in the German port city of Bremerhaven in July 2017.
What Higher U.S. Car Tariffs Could Mean for Europe
Trade friction between the United States and the European Union has de-escalated since late July, when they agreed to study ways to eliminate non-auto industrial tariffs and reduce non-tariff barriers. While the agreement defused the immediate danger of higher American tariffs on European cars, it did not eliminate the threat,
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SnapshotsJul 16, 2018 | 17:23 GMT
Global: Consultancy Projects Oil Demand Will Peak in 2036
Recognition is growing, even among major oil companies, that the world is in the midst of an energy transition. Even so, Wood Mackenzie's timeline is more aggressive than many previous projections, highlighting several technologies that are working, perhaps faster than first predicted, to change global oil use. Improved fuel efficiency,
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