Since 1991, and now including Donald Trump, US groups lobbying against carbon dioxide controls have relied on the research of two economists, says Benjamin Franta
Oil prices extended their losses yesterday, falling nearly 3%, after a smaller-than-expected US inventory drawdown and jitters ahead of the vote on whether Britain should stay in the EU.
Oil fell below $56 (€46.15) a barrel yesterday and was heading for its biggest annual decline since 2008, pressured by weakening demand and a supply glut prompted by the US shale boom and Opec’s refusal to cut output.
Up to 160 jobs are at risk at a US pharmaceutical firm which is to close one of its factories in Dublin by the end of 2015.
CHINESE premier Wen Jiabao pulled out of a press conference with the EU following a summit between the two during the week because of objections to some journalists present, according to EU officials.
KINGSPAN, the building products group that is due to announce a dip in earnings, has bought a US panels group for $111 million (€75m).
TWENTY-SIX countries in an international energy consortium will release 60 million barrels of crude oil and petrol to relieve the energy crunch caused by Hurricane Katrina.
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