Tai takes Brussels to talk about prices

With the help of Doug Palmer Editor’s Note: Weekly Trade is a weekly version of POLITICO Pro’s daily trade policy newsletter, Morning Trade. POLITICO Pro is a political intelligence platform that combines the news you need with tools you can use to take action on the biggest stories of the …

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Rejuvenate and develop with nature

Finding the origin of the coronavirus, which can help experts develop preventive measures to stop its spread and reduce its risks to public health and the economy, may still take some time, according to the WHO (World Health Organization). health). But for environmentalists, it is clear that nature, along with …

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Four ways to rethink the luxury retail location

Key points to remember: Retail rental activity in Shanghai for the first quarter of 2021 showed no signs of fatigue related to COVID-19, with net absorption reaching a record 28,562 m². When searching for real estate, brands can take advantage of associations with distinctive neighborhoods, like Beijing’s 798 Art District, …

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UNCTAD appoints first female Secretary-General

The United Nations on Saturday appointed Rebeca Grynspan of Costa Rica as the new secretary general of its trade and development agency, Unctad. Ms. Grynspan is the first woman in Central America to lead the global body that deals with trade, investment and development issues, UNCTAD said in a statement. …

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