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Asian stocks closed lower on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he was "not satisfied" with the latest round of trade talks with China.
High-level talks between North and South Korea will likely resume after May 25 following completion of joint U.S.-South Korea military drills.
Trump made the remark as he met South Korea's president at the White House.
Trump's remarks came as the president of South Korea visited the White House.
Bolton, who has captured the ire of North Korea, said in March that a revamped trade policy with China "could be a little shock therapy."
Two-thirds of the world’s 7.6 billion inhabitants have a mobile phone. More than half of these are smartphones, and in the past decade, the market has increased tenfold.
President Donald Trump's efforts to level the trade playing field with China are more political than economic, the chief executive of Barings told CNBC.
The United States has raised tariffs on steel from Vietnam that Washington says originated in China and evaded anti-dumping duties on Chinese steel.
President Donald Trump may lift a ban on American firms selling to Chinese telecoms giant ZTE, the Wall Street Journal reported late on Monday.
Australia's far-right One Nation party said it will not support the government's proposed corporate tax cut, all but ending Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's hope for a policy victory ahead of a series of by-elections.
"The right sort of peace deal could weaken the U.S. alliance with South Korea, reduce the threat of conflict and refugee flows on Chinese borders, and ultimately lead to the withdrawal of American troops from South Korea," said one expert.
Anti-government protesters gathered in Bangkok on Tuesday to prepare to march from a university in the Thai capital to Government House to demand that the military government hold a general election by November.
Indians are discovering a quick — though super-expensive — route around the long wait for an American permanent residency.
Embattled former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak arrived at the headquarters of Malaysia's anti-corruption commission on Tuesday, which has ordered him to explain a suspicious transfer of $10.6 million into his bank account.
Sony has reached an agreement with a consortium of Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Investment to acquire all its interest in EMI Music Publishing, for $1.9 billion.
Asian markets were subdued on Tuesday, shrugging off gains seen on Wall Street as recent U.S.-China trade tensions eased.
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Martin Gilbert of Standard Life Aberdeen says Italy is unlikely to attempt to exit from the European Union.
Anshel Sag of Moor Insights & Strategy says bigger companies such as Facebook are unlikely to face too many problems in complying with Europe's new data laws.
Andre de Silva of HSBC says there are signs of stabilization in Argentina, but upcoming events in Mexico and Brazil bear watching.