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Demonstrators gathered across Brazil on Sunday to call for the resignation of President Michel Temer on corruption grounds.
Pacific Alliance countries are in talks to expand the trade bloc outside Latin America and into high-growth Asia amid uncertainty over TPP.
Brazil's thriving fintech sector has managed to defy the country's political and economic turmoil.
Newly confirmed U.S. Trade Representative Lighthizer was thrust into the APEC spotlight, as trade partners seek clarity on Trump's policies.
Iranians seeking more freedom at home and less isolation abroad have emphatically re-elected President Rouhani over his hard-line opponent.
Business ties to the Trump-Kushner families have some Chinese hoping for a green card, N.Y. Times reports.
Regular people weigh in on their views of the president ahead of his visit to the region.
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President Xi Jinping's message at the Belt and Road Forum was that his infrastructure building program would bring people together.
The election takes place after a bitterly-fought campaign between President Hassan Rouhani and hardline challenger Ebrahim Raisi.
Beijing and its Southeast Asian neighbors have agreed to a framework for a code of conduct in the South China Sea, the SCMP reports.
Trump's picks for the Federal Reserve could be his most important appointments to date, David Beckworth writes in the National Review.
Japan's output is the world's third-largest, but consistent growth has been elusive, N.Y. Times reports.
Pricier smartphones and higher U.S. federal debt are among the key consequences from a potential war against North Korea, according to a Capital Economics.
Shanghai-based manufacturer Comac debuted a new, cutting-edge plane built with foreign parts, Financial Times reports.
Anti-Maduro protesters in the Latin American country are making their own gear as they battle in the streets of Caracas and elsewhere.
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