A study is under way for the possible construction of a cable car that links 2020 Tokyo Olympics venues with a business area near the Ginza shopping district, said a mayor of the local municipal government.
National Bank of Canada Chief Executive Officer Louis Vachon said Quebec must prove its economy can grow at the same rate as the country’s if it wants to improve a deteriorating business climate.
Cie. de Saint-Gobain SA won a 165 million-euro ($227 million) reduction in its record 880 million- euro EU antitrust fine for fixing car-glass prices.
German stocks advanced the most in three weeks as a measure of consumer confidence in the U.S. increased more than forecast.
Daniel Klinge is helping Australia shrug off a slowdown in its biggest trading partner China.
Oregon expects to add 258,000 jobs by 2022, a 15 percent increase driven by the economic recovery in the construction industry and growth in health care, according to the Oregon Employment Department.
The cost of living in the U.S. was little changed in February, showing inflation remains well below the Federal Reserve’s goal as policy makers meet to decide on the path of interest rates.
Germany’s HeidelbergCement AG said its earnings would be hurt if the U.S. government decides to release strategic oil and gas reserves to punish Russia over the crisis in Crimea.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto’s efforts to bolster the economy are punishing stocks.
Japan may relax curbs on the entry of foreign blue-collar workers to cope with a labor shortage in the construction industry ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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