Speaking at a news conference in New York, Trump also said he was planning to effectively terminate the North American Free Trade Agreement and impose steep tariffs on all automotive imports from Canada to the United States. The Canadian dollar weakened to its lowest in more than a week against the greenback on Wednesday, as the Federal Reserve hiked interest rates and investors anxious that Canada would be left out of a trade deal with its NAFTA counterparts.
However, Saudi Arabia's leadership of 24 oil-producing countries will be threatened if these states realise that the Kingdom is satisfying Washington's wishes at their expense. The United States is urging other nations to suspend crude imports from Iran by November as part of its economic sanctions. The report says that oil is set to retain the highest share in the global energy mix through to 2040.
The US fashion company also said Versace will fall under its "Capri Holdings" banner upon the closing of the deal, alongside Michael Kors itself and and Jimmy Choo. "This takeover is likely to position the future of Michael Kors and Versace alongside the accessories-focused group Tapestry Inc, which includes Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman, rather than powerhouses Kering and LVMH ".
The Singapore summit was the first ever meeting between a sitting USA president and a North Korean leader. "We believe that when nations respect the rights of their neighbors and defend the interests of their people, they can better work to secure the blessings of safety, prosperity and peace", he said.
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A second round of penalties targeting Iran's oil exports is due to come into effect in early November, and the US administration has been pressuring other countries to cut their Iranian crude imports. In contrast, OPEC said demand for oil in OECD countries would fall from the early 2020s, but would still be the number one source of energy through to 2040.