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U.S., Canadian trade chiefs air concerns ahead of USMCA trade deal meeting

United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai discussed a range of trade issues with Canadian Trade Minister Mary Ng on Monday and emphasized the need for Canada to implement new North American trade deal commitments on dairy and e-commerce shipments, her office said in a statement.

In a virtual meeting on the eve of the first meeting of the U.S.-Mexico Canada Agreement Free Trade Commission, Tai also raised concerns about Canada’s recently proposed digital services tax, USTR said. The trade agency is readying potential tariffs on six countries while international negotiations on the issue proceed. read more

QUT School of Mathematical Sciences PhD international awards in Australia – Apply

High-potential students have a great way to manage their finances for a PhD degree by applying for this School of Mathematical Sciences PhD Scholarships. The programme is organized by the Queensland University of Technology.

The sponsorship will be awarded to international students who wish to undertake a PhD degree programme at QUT in Mathematical modelling of ecosystem feedbacks and value of information theory.

Caixabank staff protest Spanish layoffs as executives’ pay divides shareholders

Hundreds of Caixabank (CABK.MC) employees gathered outside the Spanish lender’s shareholder meeting in Valencia on Friday to protestits plans to cut nearly a fifth of its staff in Spain,while some retail investors complained about executives’ pay.

Video released on social media by the Comisiones Obreras (CCOO) union showed people, some wearing masks with faces of Caixabank executives, protesting outside Valencia’s Palacio de Congresos, where the meeting was taking place.

Study In Canada Admissions, Scholarships, Financial Aid And Visa – Apply How

An educational haven for students from around the world to flock to – hockey, maple syrup, and denim tuxedos aside, there are many charms to be found for those who decide to study in Canada.

Why Study in Canada
Canada – the second-largest country in the world by landmass, only behind Russia, with a population density that runs at about 4 inhabitants per square kilometer (compared to India, with a whopping 416/km²!).

Free Online Course on Cloud Development with HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript – Apply Now

Free Online Course on Cloud Development with HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript

Learn the key tools and programming languages to bootstrap your career as a Cloud Developer. Get started with web development using HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and GitHub.

Porsche plans EV battery cells factory in southern Germany

Volkswagen’s (VOWG_p.DE) luxury sports car unit Porsche AG is speeding up its e-mobility drive with plans for a German factory to manufacture battery cells for electric vehicles, its chief executive officer told Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.

European car manufacturers, who mainly rely on battery suppliers in Asia, are looking to reduce their dependence from abroad in light of a ramp-up in e-cars production to meet tougher environmental rules in the European Union.

Union Bank plc boosts commerce

As part of efforts to boost trade and commerce in Nigeria, Union Bank said it had unveiled UnionPro, a proposition designed to provide tailored financial services and solutions to supermarkets and large retail chain stores.

It said this in a statement on Friday titled ‘Union Bank unveils Unionpro to boost local trade and commerce’.

With UnionPro, it stated, large retailers could now access a single platform offering a wide bouquet of solutions to enrich their businesses and optimise their offerings.

How Romanian Programmer Turns ‘Crazy Idea’ Into $6 Billion Fortune – Must Read

Daniel Dines struggled with life in the United States after leaving his native Romania in 2001 to work for Microsoft Corp., but the experience created the foundation for one of the world’s biggest fortunes.

The software programmer returned to his homeland in 2005 to start the business known today as UiPath Inc., an automation-software maker that debuts Wednesday after raising $1.3 billion in a United States. initial public offering. Dines, the company’s chief executive officer, controls a stake worth more than $6 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.