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APEC Trade Ministers' Meeting Five countries including Japan and the United States leave at the time of Russia's remarks
The APEC-Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Council's trade ministers' meeting began in Thailand on the 21st, and when the Russian minister said, five countries including Japan and the United States would show their intention to protest the invasion of Ukraine. It turned out that the representative had left.
Canada 5G maintenance eliminates equipment from two Chinese companies “Security concerns”
The Government of Canada has announced that it will eliminate the equipment of Chinese telecommunications equipment giants "Huawei" and "ZTE" because of security concerns in advancing the development of 5G, the fifth generation communication standard.
Group of Seven Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors agree to expand support for Ukraine
The G7 = Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors' Meeting of the Seven Major Countries in Germany agreed to expand financial support to Ukraine and continue to impose strict sanctions on Russia.
NY Dow “Weekend closing price has dropped from the previous week” for 8 consecutive weeks for the first time in 99 years
The New York Stock Exchange on the 20th was a mix of buying and selling, and the closing price of the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose somewhat for the first time in three business days. On the other hand, the closing price of the Dow Jones Industrial Average on the weekend has fallen from the previous week for eight consecutive weeks, the longest in 99 years, and the downward trend of the stock price is clear.
G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting Agreed to Ukraine for $ 19.8 Billion Support
At the G7 = Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors' Meeting of the Seven Major Countries held in Germany, Ukraine was invaded by Russia, with a total of $ 19.8 billion and about 2.5 trillion yen in Japanese yen. We have agreed to provide financial support for the yen.