April 27 (Reuters) – The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not guarantee their accuracy.
– Greensill worked without a contract within the UK government https://on.ft.com/2Sa0iJD
– The UK imposes sanctions on 22 individuals that have given new impetus to the fight against global corruption https://on.ft.com/3npjcaX
– Tesla margins are declining due to pressure on the supply chain https://on.ft.com/3no1UdY
– The United States plans to share up to 60 mln doses of AstraZeneca vaccine with other countries https://on.ft.com/3vovHX4
Lex Greensill, the financier who secured a place at the heart of the British government, secured his privileged role without a contract or explanation of his job, two senior Whitehall officials revealed Monday.
– The UK Foreign Secretary has sanctioned 22 individuals as part of a new global anti-corruption regime to prevent “corrupt actors” from using Britain as a “haven for dirty money” and to address the issue around the world. to grab.
Tesla’s revenues got off to a strong start in 2021, thanks to a successful increase in production in China and continued strong demand for its electric cars in a busier market, according to figures released after the market closed on Monday.
– The United States will send up to 60 million doses of AstraZeneca Plc’s COVID-19 vaccine abroad, the White House has announced, as the Biden administration comes under pressure to help countries revive the virus. (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)