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By: Nyshka Chandran
The latest round of taxes targeting U.S. and Chinese goods went into effect Monday, raising the stakes in an escalating trade war between the world's two largest economies. » Read More
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A high speed train service linking Hong Kong to southern China gets started on Sunday. Officials see it as a major breakthrough in convenience with important economic benefits, while critics in Hong Kong say it marks an erosion of its autonomy.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe may be forced to make some trade compromises when he meets U.S. President Donald Trump in New York next week.
Southeast Asian countries that are burning through their foreign exchange reserves to defend their plummeting currencies can turn to a regional safety net — known as the Chiang Mai Initiative — if their positions deteriorate, analysts said last week.
The weak currency is boosting India's export competitiveness and consumption is strong, says Kalpana Morparia, CEO of J.P. Morgan's South and South East Asia business at the India Investor Summit.
P&G said its shaving subsidiary will immediately stop buying the hair and sell off its existing inventory, which ranges in price from $30 for an entry-level brush to $250 for its Silvertip Engraved brush.
The World Economic Forum, which runs the annual conference of world leaders in Davos, Switzerland, is launching a hub in Beijing for government officials, businesses and academics to come up with suggestions for future tech policies.
The Bank of Thailand is likely to keep interest rates on hold this week, according to strategists who spoke to CNBC.
Those tariffs will rise to 25 percent at the end of the year as Trump escalates a trade conflict with the world's second-largest economy.
Michael Froman, now Mastercard's vice chairman and president for strategic growth, discussed the current state of global trade with CNBC on Saturday at the annual Singapore Summit.
President Donald Trump is looking to impose 10 percent tariffs Chinese imports, below the 25 percent level previously floated by the administration.
As the world's two largest economies continue to wage an escalating tariff war, global trade was one of the primary topics on the agenda at the annual World Economic Forum on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
American-owned casinos have contributed to China's goal of turning the former Portuguese colony into a key tourist destination.
Malaysian Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng acknowledged that his country "hope(s) the trade war would fizzle out because it's not good for the global economy and what's not good for the global economy is not good for Malaysia in the long term."
China is under pressure from an onslaught of U.S. tariffs, but the government could blunt some of the negative effects by encouraging property prices to rise, according to a CLSA analyst.
U.S. citizen Chan-Mo Park is the chancellor at Pyongyang University of Science and Technology but with a travel ban in place, he hasn't been allowed into the country to do his job for a year.
Chinese President Xi Jinping wants more investment projects with neighboring Russia, at a time when the world is facing rising protectionism.