- Daily Brief
- December 8, 2021
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.
Ex-Jakarta Governor Basuki ‘Ahok’ Tjahaja Purnama’s blasphemy trial will come to an end on Tuesday. But even if convicted, a
PM Malcolm Turnbull’s centre-right government will reveal a smorgasbord of spending when it unveils its 2017 budget on Tuesday. Having
Plus: Australia’s 2017 budget is unveiled.
After a torrid six months of scandal and presidential impeachment, South Koreans will hope for a fresh start when they
Developing countries will lead the charge to oust powerful fossil fuel lobbyists at this week’s UN Climate Change Conference, which
China’s third most powerful man, parliamentary chairman Zhang Dejiang, will travel to the gambling mecca of Macau on Monday where
Turkey’s Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag will meet his US counterpart Jeff Sessions on Monday. Mr Bozdag will present “new evidence”
Plus: China’s third most powerful man has an ‘important announcement’