Companies have committed more than $200bn to US manufacturing projects since Congress passed sweeping subsidies last year, one of Charles Schwab’s largest investors sold its entire $1.4bn stake in the brokerage giant during last month’s banking turmoil, Turkish voters head to the polls next month and are losing faith in President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, and Poland and Hungary halt Ukraine grain imports to placate angry farmers amid a grain glut

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Companies have committed more than $200bn to US manufacturing projects

Top Charles Schwab investor sold entire stake amid banking turmoil

‘They’ve screwed the economy’: Turkey’s heartland voters tire of Erdoğan

Poland and Hungary defy Brussels to halt Ukraine grain imports

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