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The Bank of Japan must decide against a conflicting backdrop of domestic economic weakness and global geopolitical risks.
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It's impossible to separate the issues of gun ownership and the fight against terror, former Australian Prime Minister John Howard says.
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The U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, the last under President Obama, could take on a different tone from previous years.
Saudi Arabia's $3.5B investment in ride-hailing app Uber could be best utilized in China, where the U.S. firm faces fierce competition.