Cuba seeks to drum up foreign investment despite crisis
FILE PHOTO: People buy mangos in a public market in Havana, Cuba, June 12, 2021. Picture taken on June 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini/File Photo
Apple prepares to source chips from Arizona plant - Bloomberg News
(Reuters) - Apple Inc is preparing to begin sourcing chips for its devices from a plant under construction in Arizona in the United States, Bloomberg News...
Fitch downgrades Telecom Italia to 'BB-'
(Reuters) -Ratings agency Fitch on Tuesday downgraded Telecom Italia's credit rating to 'BB-' from 'BB,' citing insufficient debt reduction in 2022.
U.S. nuclear plants expect government decision on credits by year-end
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Two companies that have applied for funding to keep struggling nuclear power plants open said they expect to hear from the U.S. Department...
TC Energy says Keystone oil pipeline system to curtail volumes
(Reuters) -Canada's TC Energy on Tuesday said its 622,000 barrel-per-day Keystone oil pipeline will curtail volumes due to a series of recent severe...
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