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China will be a major factor in conversations between Trump and South Korea's Moon when they meet later this week and discuss North Korea.
A cyber attack wreaked havoc around the globe on Wednesday, disrupting operations at ports from Mumbai to Los Angeles and halting production at a chocolate factory in Australia.
On Wednesday, Hong Kong police arrested protesters who had gathered near a statue that commemorates the 1997 handover of the city to China.
Russia slammed the U.S. for not accepting assurances from Syria that there are no preparations for a chemical weapons attack.
The AP has seemingly found severe worker abuse at a factory where Ivanka Trump shoes are made.
President Trump and his South Korean counterpart will meet starting Thursday in Washington to discuss free trade and North Korea policy.
President Trump may sound different than other presidents, but he puts the nation first, the former secretary of State says.
Yan Xuetong, dean of Tsinghua University's Institute of International Relations, says China should look to double its military spending.
The governor of South Africa’s central bank has said that the challenges facing his country’s ailing economy are now “fundamentally domestic” and will not be impacted by the tightening of monetary policy by the U.S. Federal Reserve or other advanced countries.
Gao Hongbing, an Alibaba Group vice president, discussed counterfeits at the World Economic Forum's "Summer Davos" meeting in Dalian, China
Yao Zhang, the founder of robotics firm RoboTerra, says companies need to get serious about data.
BlackRock said when Chinese shares are fully included in MSCI indices, more than $400 billion could flow into the country versus the tens of billions now.
Fitness franchise Anytime Fitness aims to open up to 500 gyms in China in the coming years.
China is sending a “remarkably strong signal” about stemming capital outflows by going after big companies, said the IMF’s China ex-chief.
Chinese growth will accelerate because it'll finally get leaders who aren't scared, said a former advisor to China's central bank on Wednesday.
Technology companies have "more substance" now compared to the dotcom boom, said Thomas Finke, the chairman and CEO of Barings.
India's wealthy are less shy of talking money, taking risks and confronting sensitive legacy issues. Family offices step in.
An irked President Trump is considering trade actions against Beijing.