Irish food supplier Greencore to share entire US business for €927m

Irish food supplier Greencore to share entire US business for €927m

Irish food-to-go supplier Greencore has reached an agreement to sell its entire US business to Hearthside Food Solutions for £817m. Read more: https://www.independent.ie/business/irish-food-supplier-greencore-to-sell-entire-us-business-for-927m-37419791.html 

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Ross announces $1 billion in deals during Africa mission

Ross announces $1 billion in deals during Africa mission

US @is making real progress in Africa,@ says commerce secretary Ross signed MOU with Ghana minister of finance to deepen the commercial partnership between the two nations. United States Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross and a delegation from the [email protected] Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa (PAC-DBIA) announced over $1 billion in...

US carmakers hit with Chinese tariffs as trade war changes gear

US carmakers hit with Chinese tariffs as trade war changes gear

New 25 per cent duties on vehicles and parts targets strategic US sector already facing competition from Europe, with implications for its labour market China has added automobiles to its revised list of US$16 billion worth of US goods targeted by its retaliatory tariffs, removing crude oil in favour of items that could do more damage to the US...

Unlikely partners? China and Israel deepening trade ties

Unlikely partners? China and Israel deepening trade ties

On paper Israel and China are unlikely close trading partners.China, the world's second-largest country, is the biggest exporter on the planet. While Israel, a tiny strip of land in the Middle East, is only in 45th place on the global exporting league table @China is set on learning as much as it can in order to position itself as an innovation...

Japan, China strike deals during Abe visit as ties improve

Japan, China strike deals during Abe visit as ties improve

Relations between [email protected] two biggest economies have improved in recent years after they sunk to new lows in 2012. Japan and China signed $2.6 billion in business deals and touted their warmer ties on Friday during a rare visit to Beijing by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as both face trade challenges from US President Donald Trump. Read...

China is pumping more cash into its economy as the trade war heats up

China is pumping more cash into its economy as the trade war heats up

China is pouring more cash into its flagging economy as it braces for further pain from the trade war with the United States. The Chinese economy has lost [email protected] year following government efforts to try to rein in high levels of debt. [email protected] also coming under pressure from US tariffs on more than $250 billion of Chinese exports. @The...

Dublin remains top location for financial services firms post-Brexit

Dublin remains top location for financial services firms post-Brexit

27 firms have committed to relocating staff or operations to Dublin since the Brexit vote A new study shows that Dublin remains the most popular choice for financial services firms to relocate after Brexit.A total of 27 firms have committed to relocating staff or operations to Dublin since the Brexit vote, according to [email protected] latest Brexit Tracker...