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China and India, the two most populous countries in the world and Asia's economic giants, have had a chequered history.
Trade the two countries has doubling almost every five years, as part of a comprehensive strategic partnership.
China has expanded its power in Asia way beyond importing commodities and exporting consumables, as Xi pursues the "China Dream."
China and the U.K. have a long history of international relations. But the relationship has not always run smoothly.
France is at the crux of a European Union-wide battle for business and finance from China.
For a country just a tad larger than Indiana, South Korea has for years punched well above its weight in global influence.
Could U.K.-China trade relations, once a key part of David Cameron's government policy, be cooling?
Despite much talk of Russia's "pivot east," analysts say there is more political than economic substance to its relationship with China.
The Group of 20 meeting may have had the spotlight in Chengdu, China, but the city's perennial stars are its giant pandas.
China and Japan may have a frosty political relationship since after WWII, but are thick as thieves when it comes to trade and investment.
China is making efforts to reform its debt-laden economy, but authorities could do even more, the IMF's First Deputy MD David Lipton says.
IMF First Deputy MD David Lipton tells CNBC that U.K.-EU negotiations need to be amicable so they don't create unnecessary uncertainty.
The world's biggest economies will work to support global growth and better share the benefits of trade, policymakers said during the G-20 meeting.
Top finance officials in Italy have moved to play down the issues the country's banking industry is facing, just days ahead of crucial stress tests.
Bank of Italy Governor Ignazio Visco says it is not the entire Italian banking system that has issues with capital and non-performing loans.
Anti-trade rhetoric might be growing across the globe, but finance ministers from the G-20 group of nations are trying to play down its importance.
At a time when weaker global growth prospects are a cause for concern, President Jim Yong Kim is taking a different tact to confront the challenge.
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim says it's crucial that global institutions highlight the importance of global integration and trade.
The world's leading economies will step up efforts to lift global economic growth and share the benefits more broadly.