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UPS will not join FedEx lawsuit against U.S. government

FILE PHOTO: The logo of United Parcel Service is seen at the new package sorting and delivery UPS hub in Corbeil-Essonnes and Evry, southern Paris, France, June 26, 2018. REUTERS/Charles Platiau - Copyright CHARLES PLATIAU(Reuters)     United Parcel Service Inc said on Tuesday it would not join a lawsuit FedEx Corp filed against the U.S.

FedEx sues U.S. Department of Commerce

Yesterday (Monday), FedEx filed a suit in U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia against the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC), which seeks to enforce prohibitions contained in the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). The suit follows FedEx’s accidental diversion of several Huawei packages shipped from the United Kingdom to the United States earlier this month.   In the filing, FedEx argued that the

French-German rail merger blocked by Brussels

Alstom makes TGV high-speed trains   Brussels has knocked down a proposed French-German rail merger, designed to help Europe compete with China.   The EU's competition commission blocked the tie-up, saying uniting France's Alstom with the rail arm of Germany's Siemens would lead to higher prices. The firms had said the merger would create an

Toyota car fault prompts massive recall

    Japanese car giant Toyota has announced a recall of more than 2.4 million hybrid vehicles worldwide because of a fault in their systems that could cause them to lose power. The recall of Prius and Auris cars includes 1.25 million in Japan, 830,000 in North America and 290,000 in Europe, of

Nigeria: U.S.-China Trade War Worsens Nigeria’s Non-Oil Exporters’ Woes

Local non-oil exporters may have started feeling the heat of the trade war between global economic leaders. Although projections from international trade bodies showed that average tariffs on exports from Nigeria and Zambia might not go beyond 10 percent under the ordeal, the affected businesses are already decrying slow demand

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