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REUTERSTAIPEI — Taiwan hopes to sign a trade deal with Britain and deepen cooperation with new Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s government, President Tsai Ing-wen told a British minister visiting Taipei on Wednesday in defiance of Chinese demands such trips stop.Taiwan views Britain as an important

PHILIPPINE STAR/ MIGUEL DE GUZMANThe Metro Rail Transit Line 3, or MRT-3, started full operation in 2000 under a 25-year concession agreement with the government. The line is actually owned by a private consortium, the Metro Rail Transit Corp. (MRTC), and not by the government.

ELEMENT5 DIGITAL-UNSPLASHThe US midterm elections ended yesterday and the results will definitely have a profound impact both on the United States and the international community. One only has to imagine possible policy changes with respect to the Russian invasion of Ukraine and tensions in Northeast

LUCREZIA CARNELOS-UNSPLASHBEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS relates emotion such as optimism (or its opposite) with economic decision-making. Does confidence in the economy and the political leadership translate into a positive lift in activities such as acquisitions, mergers, foreign investments, and consumer spending?Traditionally, a new administration is welcomed by