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Chinese students are increasingly turning to Asia as H-1B visas for U.S. employment become hard to win.
French President Francois Hollande defended the importance of multilateralism as he warned against protectionism during a state visit to Singapore.
None of the major powers were present at high-level negotiations aimed at banning nuclear weapons — a worrisome indicator for global denuclearization.
The four economies that accounted for 81 percent of America's trade deficit last year sold $943.3 billion more goods than they bought.
Police detained demonstrators across Russia on Sunday, including Alexei Navalny, after thousands took to the streets.
China lifted its import ban following a Brazilian investigation into health inspector corruption.
Accounting firm PwC says nearly a third of British jobs might be threatened by robots.
Li Ruogu, former chairman of the Export-Import Bank of China, said the U.K. may already be a more open market than the EU.
China sought to expand its influence and clout over a four-day conference this week even as it undertakes its own market and financial reform.
The consensus is that the euroskeptic will not be the next president. But not everybody is 100 percent committed to that outlook.
Ernie Thrasher, founder and CEO of Xcoal, discussed the impact of Donald Trump's infrastructure plans on commodities.
Euro zone businesses grew during March at their fastest pace since April 2011, according to survey data released on Friday.
India's biggest software services firm isn't worried about President Donald Trump's talk of visa reform.
Hans-Paul Bürkner, chairman of BCG, discussed Beijing's work to transition the economy away from manufacturing and exports.
While Trump's economic policies remain uncertain, a bilateral agreement between Japan and the U.S. would be the most logical step.
After a month of allegations that implicated PM Abe in a crony capitalism scandal, the worst appears to be over.
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