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The Hwasong-15 missile that North Korea launched Wednesday is a new type of missile, a South Korean defense ministry spokesman said Friday.
A powerful quake of magnitude 6.3 struck southeastern Iran near the city of Kerman on Friday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak talks about the anticipated rise in shale output, and the pact with OPEC to cut supply.
A private survey on China's manufacturing activity for November, the Caixin/Markit PMI, was released on Friday.
The dictator is using made-for-TV content to promote family life and technology in a sharp departure from the state's older propaganda.
Markets in Asia were mixed and the dollar retreated slightly against a basket of currencies.
Issued in U.S. dollars, the inaugural bond listing will "more likely be in Europe," AIIB Vice President Thierry de Longuemar said.
SoftBank offered to buy an undisclosed number of shares at Flipkart for $85 to $89 per share, according to a report.
Polls show Canadians are split over the merits of a trade deal, but Canada needs to diversify in case the U.S. pulls out of NAFTA.
China's official manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index for November was at 51.8, topping expectations.
Asian markets tracked lower on Thursday, with oil prices firmer ahead of a meeting of major oil producers.
China's Zhejiang Geely and its Volvo Cars unit are considering making Lynk & Co. branded vehicles at Volvo plants in Belgium and South Carolina.
Germany's BMW is talking with other automakers "around the world" to try to find partners to lower the cost of electrifying its future Mini small cars.
China's Foreign Ministry has expressed what it called "grave concern and opposition" to North Korea's latest missile launch in an unusual rebuke of its neighbor and ally.
North Korean state media confirmed on Wednesday that the rogue nation's latest rocket launch was capable of hitting the U.S.
Zimbabwe's new president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, is seen as a friendlier face to Beijing's commercial interests.
Asian markets closed mostly higher on Wednesday after a missile launched by North Korea landed in the Sea of Japan earlier in the day.
An earlier missile tested by North Korea in July had a far shorter range than the ICBM fired on Tuesday, which fell into the Sea of Japan.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, For the first time since 1991, self-initiated anti-dumping duty and countervailing duty cases against China.
North Korea on Tuesday fired a missile that traveled about 1000 km before crashing into the Sea of Japan, the Pentagon said.
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Justin Byung-in Kim of the Screenwriters Guild of Korea, says cultural ties with China have resumed after tension last year over the deployment on an anti-missile system in South Korea.
Structural changes in the U.S. economy make it likely that inflation could remain subdued, says Nicolas Sopel of RHB Research Institute in Singapore.
Christina Leung, principal economist at NZIER, says spending will be funded through cancelling tax cuts and shuffling priorities.