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John Geddie

Analysis-To tackle climate change, China must overhaul its vast power grid

May 19 2021

BEIJING/LONDON One of the most pressing challenges for China to meet its pledge to cap carbon emissions this decade and pivot toward renewables is overhauling its electricity grid, the world's largest, officials and analysts say.

Military coup puts Telenor's future in Myanmar on the line

May 07 2021

OSLO (Reuters) -Since Myanmar's military ordered telecoms operators to shut their networks in an effort to end protests against its February coup, Telenor's business there has been in limbo.

FOCUS-Military coup puts Telenor's future in Myanmar on the line

May 06 2021

OSLO, May 7 Since Myanmar's military ordered telecoms operators to shut their networks in an effort to end protests against its February coup, Telenor's business there has been in limbo.

As Europe's Super League dies, hopes of Asian riches fade

Apr 21 2021

BEIJING (Reuters) -While Europe celebrated the collapse of soccer's elite Super League project on Wednesday, some business analysts and fans said it was a missed opportunity to grow the sport's following and revenues in its prized Asian market. | Video

Analysis - As Europe's Super League dies, hopes of Asian riches fade

Apr 21 2021

BEIJING While Europe celebrated the collapse of soccer's elite Super League project on Wednesday, some business analysts and fans said it was a missed opportunity to grow the sport's following and revenues in its prized Asian market.

Soccer-As Europe's Super League dies, hopes of Asian riches fade

Apr 21 2021

BEIJING, April 21 While Europe celebrated the collapse of soccer's elite Super League project on Wednesday, some business analysts and fans said it was a missed opportunity to grow the sport's following and revenues in its prized Asian market.

Myanmar crisis sounds death knell for garment industry, jobs and hope

Apr 08 2021

(Reuters) -Two years after opening his garment factory in Myanmar, Li Dongliang is on the verge of closing down and laying off his 800 remaining workers.

Myanmar crisis sounds death knell for garment industry, jobs and hope

Apr 08 2021

(Reuters) -Two years after opening his garment factory in Myanmar, Li Dongliang is on the verge of closing down and laying off his 800 remaining workers.

Myanmar crisis sounds death knell for garment industry, jobs and hope

Apr 08 2021

Two years after opening his garment factory in Myanmar, Li Dongliang is on the verge of closing down and laying off his 800 remaining workers.

Myanmar crisis sounds death knell for garment industry, jobs and hope

Apr 08 2021

April 8 Two years after opening his garment factory in Myanmar, Li Dongliang is on the verge of closing down and laying off his 800 remaining workers.

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