Articles by Jennifer Solin

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Cold Spell Tests Europe's Gas Cutback Ambitions

Europe's first cold spell heading into the depths of winter is testing the resolve of countries to continue limiting gas use after they comfortably exceeded an EU reduction target, analysis of consumption data shows.

Lula Taps Close Ally As Brazil's Next Finance Minister

When Brazilian President-elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was barred from running for office four years ago, he turned to one of his most trusted allies to take up the banner of his Workers Party (PT) in the 2018 presidential race.