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Asian stocks mixed after Wall Street rebound

BEIJING ((DailyNews)) — Asian stock markets were mixed Wednesday after Wall Street rebounded and Japanese exports surged as investors tried to figure out how rising coronavirus infections will affect the …

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Amsterdam mayor apologizes for city fathers’ role in slavery

AMSTERDAM ((DailyNews)) — The mayor of Amsterdam apologized Thursday for the extensive involvement of the Dutch capital’s former governors in the global slave trade, saying the moment had come for …

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WTO chief: Vaccine waiver helpful, not key for virus fight

GENEVA ((DailyNews)) — The head of the World Trade Organization said Friday the U.S. administration’s call to remove patent protections on COVID-19 vaccines could help expand fair access to vaccines …

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World mulls next step as US backs IP waiver on vaccines

GENEVA ((DailyNews)) — Activists cheered, Big Pharma complained and government leaders assessed next steps on Thursday after the Biden administration’s blockbuster move to support an easing of patent and other …

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US approves waiving intellectual property rules on vaccines

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — The Biden administration is throwing its support behind efforts to waive intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines in an effort to speed the end of the pandemic. …

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US to launch trade talks on COVID-19 vaccine distribution

WILMINGTON, Del. ((DailyNews)) — The U.S. top trade negotiator will begin talks with the World Trade Organization on ways to overcome intellectual property issues that are keeping critically needed COVID-19 …

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Virus surge, vaccine shortages spread beyond India’s borders

DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — India has tried to fight skyrocketing coronavirus infections by increasing its production of vaccines and banning their export, cutting off supplies to neighbors such as Bangladesh …

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