What If Yellow Robots Delivered Snacks To Your Home Like In China?
Along a quiet residential street on the outer edges of Beijing, a yellow and black cube about the size of a small washing machine trundles leisurely to its destination. This "little yellow horse" is an autonomous delivery robot, ferrying daily essentials like drinks, fruit and snacks from the local store to the residents of the…
China offshore oil coy to invest $3bn in Nigeria
The China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) is to invest an additional three billion dollars in its existing stakes in offshore oil and gas operations in Nigeria.
Irish Senate backs law banning trade with Israeli settlements
The Irish Senate gave its support Wednesday to a draft law prohibiting the import of goods produced in occupied territories around the world, including Israeli settlements considered illegal under international law. Israel reacted angrily to the proposal calling it "populist, dangerous and extremist", while a spokesman for the PLO expressed "sincere appreciation" for the initiative.…
Trade war: US takes aim at $200 bn in Chinese goods
The United States has escalated a trade war with China, threatening to impose fresh tariffs on another $200 billion in Chinese goods as soon as September, sparking a furious reaction in Beijing.
Xi Jinping, US defence chief meet amid troubled security relations
Chinese President Xi Jinping told US Defense Secretary James Mattis Wednesday the two countries must sustain the "good momentum" of their military relationship, amid US worries about China's projection of power across the Indo-Pacific.
D’Tigers continue flawless journey to China
Expectations are high as D’Tigers, led by seasoned head coach, Alex Nwora, returned to the country to continue their perfect start on the road to China. The match is scheduled for the National Stadium, Surulere between June 29 and July 1. Nigeria’s national basketball team joined FIBA in 1964. Due to the steady increase in…
Government to train candidates on rail engineering in China
The Federal Government has concluded plans to train qualified candidates on rail engineering in China for five years.
North Korea's Kim visits China following Trump summit
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un began a two-day visit to Beijing Tuesday in what analysts believe is a trip to brief his sole major ally on his unprecedented summit with US President Donald Trump and seek consensus on negotiations with Washington.
Trump keeps his promises on trade
By inflicting tariffs on the steel and aluminum of his allies, and then on tens of billions of dollars in goods from China, US President Donald Trump has quickly moved to fulfill the tough campaign pledges he made on trade. During his first year in office, Trump and his top economic aides made repeated threats…