TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan will weigh the concerns of U.S. drug firms in its efforts to complete by year-end a drastic revision of its drug-pricing system, aimed at reining in medical spending and cutting
FRC rules out wrongdoing by accountancy firm in reviewing bank’s accounts before financial crisis KPMG has been cleared of any wrongdoing over its auditing of HBOS, which was rescued by Lloyds during height
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany’s biggest union and its car industry association urged politicians on Tuesday to help with a shift to electric vehicles and not force a phasing out the combustion engine.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran will not be bullied by the United States and will react strongly to any “wrong move” by Washington on Tehran’s nuclear deal, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Sunday.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated India’s biggest dam on Sunday, ignoring warnings from environment groups that hundreds of thousands of people will lose their livelihoods. India's
Australian Conservativessenator tells crowd at launch for the no campaign: ‘We’re under assault because we’re on the right side of legal and moral history’ The Australian Conservativespartysenator Cory
HAVANA (Reuters) - After Hurricane Irma wrought havoc on Havana’s decrepit buildings and killed four in building collapses there, city authorities held a rare media briefing to stress they were prioritizing
Australia’s jail population has hit a record high of more than 41,200 prisoners, as a 20-year surge in incarceration rates shows no sign of waning. The daily average of full-time prisoners in custody 7%
BERLIN (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday Germany should do all it can to avoid a ban on diesel vehicles in cities, adding that her government was willing to help car manufacturers make
After meeting with energy chiefs, Malcolm Turnbull says the Coalition will not set a clean energy target to exclude coal Malcolm Turnbull has signalled the government’s eventual response to the Finkel
Tensions mounted as passengers trying to fly from London to Las Vegas were stranded for two days Armed police have been called to Heathrow airport after passengers became angry that a British Airways was
The Commonwealth Bank chief executive, Ian Narev, has said he was “reasonably confident” that early internal warnings around a money laundering scandal that has enveloped the bank were not “wilfully ignored”.