The U.S. Treasury added six Crimean separatist leaders, a former Ukrainian official and the natural gas company Chernomorneftegaz to the list of those sanctioned because of Russia’s incursion into Crimea.
The government of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s final version of a draft energy report reinforces atomic power’s role in the country’s future and falls short of advocating specific goals for renewable energy use.
Iraq will seek $2 billion in financing for some of the 40 jetliners it has on order from Boeing Co. as the Middle Eastern country recovering from years of warfare taps U.S. export credit for the first time.
Mumias Sugar Co., Kenya’s biggest processor of the sweetener, rose to a seven-week high after an African trading block supported the nation’s bid to extend a cap on the quantity of duty-free imports of the commodity.
Former Delhi leader Arvind Kejriwal attacked India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani over gas pricing as he turned his attention full time to a nationwide election due by May after his 49-day rule of the capital came to an end.
Standard Chartered Plc will probably be awarded a banking license in Angola by the end of the year, allowing it to compete with local and Portuguese banks in Africa’s second-biggest oil producer, a central bank official said.