Vietnam Culls 1.7 Million Pigs as Virus Spreads to New Areas
Vietnam culled more than 1.7 million pigs as African swine fever spread across the country, with officials warning the disease may penetrate sizable commercial farms next.
Brazilian banks are showing their prowess in making money under any circumstance, with profits jumping even as Latin America’s largest economy fails to recover and unemployment remains stuck in the double digits.
Countries should cooperate in developing the Internet, big data and artificial intelligence, China President Xi Jinping said in a letter to the China International Big Data Industry Expo that started Sunday in the southwestern city of Guiyang, Xinhua reports.
Theresa May is resigning on June 7 and the race to succeed her as prime minister and Conservative Party leader is getting under way.
The past months have been brutal for the U.K.’s retail and consumer industries, and one bank that’s felt its fair share of the pain is HSBC Holdings Plc, which has found itself on the wrong side of several of the highest-profile failures.