In recent days Sweden’s largest mortgage bank, Swedbank, fired its CEO amid charges she was involved in a multi-billion dollar money laundering operation.
The United States announced a new package of sanctions against European countries. It is not only about a number of products, such as cheese and wine, but also about the components for the aircraft manufacturer Airbus.
On March 30, 2019, former Belgian finance ministers were interrogated in the Belgian parliament with passion.
A US delegation led by US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin arrived in Beijing for the next round of trade talks.
European officials are shocked by the visit of China's President Xi Jinping to Italy, which joined the “One Belt, One Road” initiative and is ready to improve matters in her economy, almost completely opening it to Beijing.
The US Congress approved a bill that hinders the supply of Russian oil and gas to Eastern and Central Europe.
"To Save Europe From Russian Intimidation"
Donald Trump is radically different from his predecessors as president of the United States. Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama pursued a completely different economic policy, pursuing America's hegemony in other ways.
The United States continues to regard the Nord Stream 2 project as a political project, with the help of which Russia will allegedly put pressure on the whole of Europe.
The aggravation of the Indo-Pakistani conflict again raised the question of whose side the United States is with. Washington has already voiced plans to make India friends, but it is bound by close arms contracts with Russia.
The British newspaper The Telegraph has thrown into the media space another anti-Russian misinformation about the alleged “presence” in Libya of “mercenaries from Russia”.