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Our pledge to fight global hunger [Promoted content]

By Alan Hoffman

Although everyone can benefit from a healthier diet, the impact of good nutrition can be life-changing to vulnerable populations affected by malnutrition. Share your support on social media with #NutritionForZeroHunger.

France Says U.S. Talks Could Produce Agreement on Digital Taxes

By Keith Bradsher

France’s finance minister made the announcement a day after the two countries appeared to strike a temporary truce in a trans-Atlantic spat.

France and U.S. Move Toward Temporary Truce in Trade War

By Liz Alderman

The détente emerged after Presidents Macron and Trump agreed to grant more time for talks over a global solution to taxing Amazon, Facebook and other digital giants.

Hudson Yards: No Wall, but a Great Wealth Divide

By Rebecca Liebson

The Times's architecture critic discusses how the development is changing the Far West Side, and the city as a whole.

They Were Going to Build a Wall at Hudson Yards. Then Came the Backlash.

By Azi Paybarah

The developer of Hudson Yards has backed off a plan that would have put a giant wall next to the High Line.

Nuclear β€˜excluded’ from EU’s new Just Transition Fund

By Beatriz Rios reporting from Strasbourg

The EU's regional policy Commissioner Elisa Ferreira revealed on Tuesday (14 January) details of the €100 billion Just Transition Mechanism, a key financial component of the European Green Deal that should make the bloc climate neutral by 2050.

Hudson Yards Promised a Park. They Didn’t Mention the Giant Wall.

By Michael Kimmelman

For phase two, the developer imagines a 700-foot-long structure overshadowing the High Line. “The last thing New Yorkers need is a wall,” a state senator said.

Apply before 31 January 2020 to the PLATFORMAwards [Promoted content]

By Platforma

Does your town or region contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals? Do you want to win a video to promote your development cooperation project? Do you want to get a free entrance to CEMR 2020 Congress in Innsbruck? Apply before...

The Year In Real Estate

This year provided some highs and lows for real estate in New York City. Sales records were broken, but the overall market hit the brakes, even as mortgages rates stayed low. Design took center stage in a lot of new developments in attempt to attract buyers. And Hudson Yards opened to great fanfare, but remains a work in progress, vulnerable to the same headwinds facing the rest of Manhattan.

Crisis Looms in Antibiotics as Drug Makers Go Bankrupt

By Andrew Jacobs

First Big Pharma fled the field, and now start-ups are going belly up, threatening to stifle the development of new drugs.

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