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South Korea's approval of an $8 million aid package for the North is likely to muddle international efforts to isolate the rogue nation.
Companies with energy interests in disputed areas of the waterway could face harassment from China if they don't meet Beijing's demands.
India wants to deport 40,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees amid concerns of terror threats, a move that could impact New Delhi's superpower aims.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told PBS he and Trump spoke on the phone about a May clash involving Turkish bodyguards.
Rolls Royce expects China will soon begin engine manufacturing for jumbo jets, Chairman Ian Davis said.
Investors should look for high growth sectors when stock-picking, the head of Nikko Asset Management said.
Trump's policies won't benefit the U.S., said Fu Chengyu, a member of Beijing's top advisory body.
Singapore is a leading tech hub, but domestic entrepreneurs lack meaningful visions, according to one expert.
Electric vehicles are an opportunity for ABB to work with smart cities of the future, Chairman Peter Voser said.