By Sudip Kar-Gupta
TUNIS (Reuters) – Tunisia’s tourism revenues have risen 19 percent so far this year, reflecting a recovery in a vital sector crippled two years ago by attacks on foreign holidaymakers.
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan Tobacco Inc said on Tuesday it would buy the Philippines’ No. 2 cigarette maker Mighty Corp for about $936 million, its second large deal in Southeast Asia this month
LONDON (Reuters) – Ford on Tuesday became the latest carmaker to launch a car scrappage scheme in Britain, joining the likes of BMW and Mercedes-Benz, after months of procrastination from the
BANGKOK (Reuters) – Thailand’s customs-cleared annual exports probably rose for a fifth straight month in July, a Reuters poll showed, supported by improved global growth and strong demand for
MILAN (Reuters) – Italy, France and Germany have asked the European Commission to reinforce existing regulations that allow EU states to block foreign acquisitions of European companies, two Italian
By Marius Zaharia and Tripti Kalro
CAIRO (Reuters) – OPEC will discuss at a meeting in November whether to extend or end production cuts, Kuwait’s oil minister Essam al-Marzouq told Kuwait TV on Monday.
By Tetsushi Kajimoto