- Daily Brief
- February 23, 2020
Plus: South Korea’s president begins his (balanced) pivot to China
German authorities will release GDP data for the three months to March on Friday. Solid export figures and a rise
Iran’s presidential hopefuls will spar in their third and final televised debate on Friday, just seven days out from the
Plus: German economic data bears gifts for Angela Merkel
During an unannounced visit on May 1, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel announced his government was “ready to at least
Italy is determined to corral its G7 partners into taking ‘concrete steps’ to tax internet-based companies at the group’s finance
Just a week after a positive meeting with Donald Trump, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will hold talks with Vladimir Putin
Plus: G7 cracking down on tech companies avoiding tax.
The world’s second-largest automaker will post its earnings for the April to March financial year on Wednesday. Coming in at
The stakes will be high when Brazil’s former President Lula da Silva faces anti-corruption judge Sergio Moro in court on
Turkey’s on-again, off-again EU membership bid will be in the spotlight when Turkey’s minister for EU affairs travels to Brussels
Plus: Brazil’s ex-president in a court date that could determine the country’s future.