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Chinese internet search giant Baidu is eyeing Europe as a potential playground despite the uncertainty posed by Brexit and Apple’s tax troubles.
Vladimir Putin continued a series of meetings with high-profile leaders and signaling a rapprochement between Russia and the West.
Japan needs to stick to a consistent policy and its central bank must be more effective in communicating its policy, the IMF said in a working paper.
Can the Chinese government re-invent the G-20 and make it relevant, when its members are pulling in different directions?
Rodrigo Duterte used a Filipino phrase to describe what he'd say to Obama if the U.S President raised human rights issues in their talk.
A tweet posted on the US Defense Intelligence Agency's Twitter account is prolonging tension between China and the United States.
Little stands in the way of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte, even as the number of people killed since he came to power reaches 2,400.
BOJ Governor Kuroda said there is room to expand monetary stimulus, such as by deepening negative interest rates and accelerating asset purchases.
China hopes Australia can provide a fair environment for foreign investors, President Xi Jinping said, as he met Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull.
A record 2.2 million voters turned out for Hong Kong's hotly contested legislative council elections amid rising concerns about China's influence.
Singapore has added 91 new Zika cases since Friday, with a possible new cluster in the city-state's east, according to government agencies.
Growth in China's services sector improved in August, a private survey revealed on Monday.
Hoping to hang on to customers, the company will offer a $25 credit as well. Recode reports.
Too much lipstick combined with fierce Chinese security can mean trouble in Hangzhou, the city hosting the G-20.
Mother Teresa, the nun who devoted her life to the impoverished and one of Catholicism's most iconic figures, was canonized as a saint, NBC reports.
Developing economies are on course to raise a record sum in global debt markets this year, as ultra-low rates in the developed world cheapen borrowing costs for countries from Asia to South America, the FT reports.
The proposed TTIP deal is tough to sort out but governments should not give up, senior officials from the OECD and WTO told CNBC.
U.S. President Barack Obama said on Sunday that talks with China's Xi Jinping had been "extremely productive," as leaders gathered for a G-20 summit.
The departure of Raghuram Rajan from India’s central bank raises stability fear, the Financial Times reports.
Crude oil will likely remain at $40-45 per barrel, the Indonesian finance minister told CNBC, adding that he was “comfortable” with these prices.
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Alex Capri, NUS Business School, says he gives the U.S. President credit for walking back on most of his extreme positions on trade and foreign policy.