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Nathaniel Harrison

Nathaniel Harrison

    The eurozone challenge: A policy overhaul
    The eurozone challenge: A policy overhaul
    Eurozone leaders have mobilised money and rhetoric to fight a debt crisis, but the fate of the alliance could now depend on a willingness to...
    Airbus defends response to Air France crash
    Airbus defends response to Air France crash
    Airbus officials on Tuesday defended their response to the recent crash of an Air France Airbus jet and insisted their planes were safe as they...
    Poor countries flex muscles at WTO summit
    Poor countries flex muscles at WTO summit
    Global trade talks were on Thursday confronted with growing pressure from poorer countries, with African cotton producers and Latin-American banana...
    Trade ministers search for consensus
    Trade ministers search for consensus
    Trade ministers from around the world opened a fresh quest for consensus on Wednesday on a new pact to boost global commerce, with a possible...
    WTO summit opens amid protests
    WTO summit opens amid protests
    World trade ministers on Tuesday began talks to salvage free-trade negotiations amid little hope for a major breakthrough, as thousands of...
    Jordan mourns its dead
    Jordan mourns its dead
    United Nations chief Kofi Annan was headed to Amman on Friday as Jordanians mourned victims of deadly attacks on three luxury hotels claimed by...
    G8 leaders face moment of truth
    G8 leaders face moment of truth
    After years of dithering, leaders of the world's most powerful countries face a moment of truth on Wednesday when they open a three-day summit...
    Good news for world's poorest nations
    Good news for world's poorest nations
    The Group of Seven (G7) industrialised nations salvaged a weekend meeting in London, threatened by a United States-European disagreement on helping...