Women from the Murle ethnic group wait in a line for a food distribution by the United Nations World Food Programme in Gumuruk, South Sudan. Photo by Simon Wohlfahrt/AFP via Getty Images

Rose Jamba, a 52-year-old maize farmer, has lost count of the “many” family members killed since South Sudan gained independence from Sudan a decade a(...)

Activists of environmental protection movement Extinction Rebellion, stage a protest during a G20 Economy and Finance ministers and Central bank governors’ meeting in Venice, Italy on Sunday. Photograph: Luca Bruno/AP

US treasury secretary Janet Yellen on Sunday signaled she will push multilateral development banks further away from fossil fuel projects, saying she (...)

Airplane flying through a sky full of vapour trails

Creditors have asked a Chinese court to take control of HNA, majority owner of Irish aircraft financier Avolon’s biggest backer, Bohai Leasing. Chine(...)

Children wearing plastic face visors in class at Kinugawa Elementary School in Nikko, Japan. Photograph: Carl Court/Getty Images

Schools all over the world closed their classrooms and sent children home in the early days of the pandemic. Many have returned, many are preparing to(...)

Sales from China used to account for 25 per cent to 30 per cent of JLR’s global sales, but over the past two months make up 50 per cent

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), owned by India’s Tata Motors, has entered into agreements with lenders in China for a secured term loan facility of 5 billion(...)

 CDB said on Wednesday it had appointed Stephen Kavanagh, above, as a non-executive director to its board

Former Aer Lingus chief executive Stephen Kavanagh is joining the board of Irish-based Chinese-owned aircraft lessor, CDB Aviation. Dublin-based CDB,(...)

Avolon chief executive Dómhnal Slattery has seen an encouraging response to its plan to borrow $300m from global banks. Photograph: Bloomberg via Getty Images

A strong response to its plan to borrow $300 million (€264.5 million) from global banks prompted Irish aircraft lessor Avolon to increase the debt to (...)

Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Ireland and China enjoy a warm and fruitful political, cultural, and economic relationship. We have had a succession of Irish ministerial visits to Ch(...)

Irish fare: it could take decades for a country only now being recognised for the quality of its ingredients  to get a piece of the pie, especially when so many other nations – China, Italy, France and Thailand – have been well-established for so long.

Thai restaurants can be found all over the United States. Thai people? Not so much. According to figures obtained from the Royal Thai embassy in Washi(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe: the Minister and Fianna Fáil have set aside €500 million for the rainy day fund, but Labour wants this to go towards a national housing development bank. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Money earmarked by the Government for the “rainy day fund” should instead be invested into a new bank to fund housebuilding, the Labour Party has said(...)

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