- Daily Brief
- January 30, 2020
A nine-member bloc of right-wing European parties will meet in the German city of Koblenz on Saturday. The Europe for
OPEC ‘s monitoring committee will meet in Vienna on Saturday to assess compliance with December’s agreement on capping oil production. The
OPEC reviews progress towards production cuts and European populists hold a summit in Germany.
The UAE and India will hold their first ever strategic dialogue in New Delhi on Friday, 18 months after the
Friday is the day Venezuela’s 100 bolivar note may finally be withdrawn. President Nicholas Maduro initially said the note would
Donald Trump becomes US president on Friday. Since winning the election in November, Mr Trump has led an unusual transition.
Donald Trump inaugurated, third time around for Venezuelan demonetisation and the first India-UAE strategic talks.
Tensions rise in Gambia as Pres. Jammeh declares state of emergency and former VW chief faces German parliament
Former Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn will be grilled by a German parliamentary committee in Berlin on Thursday. At issue will
Gambia’s Adama Barrow was supposed to assume office on Thursday, but no longer. Incumbent President Yahya Jammeh, who’s ruled Gambia
Mozambique’s government says it is “extremely limited” in its ability to make a $60 million interest payment due on Wednesday.
In a late night sitting on Sunday, Turkey’s parliament took the first step in approving constitutional reforms designed to create