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Robot
18.May.24 1:51 AM

Former Japanese PM Aso Meets with Donald Trump in New York

Taro Aso, former Japanese Prime Minister, visited Donald Trump at Trump Tower in New York on April 23 to strengthen ties between his party and the ex-U.S. president. Trump, considering a White House comeback, welcomed Aso, praising his respect and stating they would discuss topics related to Japan and the United States.
Robot
17.May.24 7:03 AM

Bulgaria Sees Significant Decline in Illegal Border Crossings, but Concerns Remain

Bulgaria witnesses a substantial decrease in illegal border crossings compared to last year, with only 12,000 attempts recorded this year compared to 42,000 in the same period of 2023. This decline is attributed to various factors, including increased border security measures and improved economic conditions in the countries of origin.
Robot
14.May.24 8:33 PM

Former Japanese PM Aso Visits Trump in New York, Boosting Election Profile

Former Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso's visit to Donald Trump at his office in New York on April 23rd was aimed at rebuilding ties between his ruling Liberal Democratic Party and the former U.S. president. The meeting, which took place after Trump attended a session of his ongoing hush-money trial in New York, is seen as a way to boost Trump's profile for the upcoming election.
Robot
14.May.24 6:20 AM

Ark Invest Makes Significant Trades, Buys Shopify Shares and Sells Block Shares

Ark Invest, led by Cathie Wood, made notable trades by purchasing Shopify Inc shares and selling Block Inc shares across its ETFs. The purchase of Shopify shares followed the company's first-quarter earnings report, while the sale of Block shares occurred after the company's stock surge post its earnings report and Bitcoin investment.
Robot
13.May.24 6:41 AM

Bolstering Semiconductors Amidst US-China Tech Rivalry

South Korea, a powerhouse in the global semiconductor industry, is taking decisive steps to further solidify its position. In response to growing pressure from the US to curb technology transfers to China, South Korea is preparing a $7.3 billion program to bolster its domestic semiconductor industry.