The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos

15/11/2021
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política

Biden Signs $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Into Law

19:17 - Legislation is largest federal investment in infrastructure in more than a decade
15/11/2021
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política

Biden, Xi Teams Set Modest Hopes for Monday Talks

07:00 - With no concrete outcomes expected, the U.S. and China aim to ease tensions
15/11/2021
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Medio Ambiente Matthew Dalton

COP26 Climate Deal Shows Fragility of New Emissions-Cutting Pledge

The new Glasgow pact calls for countries to bolster commitments again next year, but the U.S. says it likely won’t do so
12/11/2021
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política

COP26 Talks Continue With Deal Still Elusive

19:20 - Negotiators publish fresh draft texts, hoping to get an agreement from most governments by end of Saturday
12/11/2021
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política

U.S. Moves to Ease Tariffs on Imported Steel, Aluminum From Japan

19:02 - Washington, Tokyo to start talks to address bilateral concerns over steel and aluminum issues
12/11/2021
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Sabrina Siddiqui

Surging Inflation Poses New Challenge to Biden’s $2 Trillion Spending Plan

Republicans say spending bill will lead to further price increases, while Democrats say it will help families lower costs
12/11/2021
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Kate O’Keeffe

U.S. Companies Aid China’s Bid for Chip Dominance Despite Security Concerns

Silicon Valley venture-capital firms and chip-industry giants are ramping up deals in China’s semiconductor industry, alarming U.S. officials
11/11/2021
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política

U.S., China Jointly Pledge to Step Up Efforts to Fight Climate Change at COP26

19:15 - Proposal by host U.K. seeks quicker emissions cuts, as weekend deadline at summit nears
11/11/2021
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política

South Africa Can’t Afford to Quit Coal. Will Rich Countries Pay for the Transition?

11:08 - Pressure to end coal-powered electricity generation has fired tensions between already-industrialized nations and developing ones
11/11/2021
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política

Senators Block Most Biden Ambassador Nominations, While Foreign Crises Mount

09:00 - Envoy vacancies hurt diplomacy; diplomats on temporary assignment don’t get invited to meetings
10/11/2021
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional

U.S. Inflation Hit 30-Year High in October as Consumer Prices Jump 6.2%

15:28 - Core index was up 4.6% as pandemic-related supply shortages, strong consumer demand continue
10/11/2021
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Política

Russia Sends Warplanes to Belarus Amid Fight With EU Over Migrants

12:03 - Poland expands troop presence to prevent illegal crossings of bloc’s eastern border
10/11/2021
Política The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana

Nicaragua’s Shift Toward Dictatorship Is Part of a Latin American Backslide

09/11 President Daniel Ortega’s victory is the latest evidence that democracy in the region is unraveling amid waning U.S. influence, political analysts say
10/11/2021
Economía The Wall Street Journal - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Gwynn Guilford

U.S. Inflation Reached 30-Year High in October

Consumer-price index, which measures what consumers pay for goods and services, hit 6.2%
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