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China’s foreign ministry hit back at comments made by President Donald Trump’s top economic advisor on Thursday, saying it is clear who is right and who is wrong in an escalating trade row between the world’s two largest economies.
China has donated a reported $20 million in polling booths, laptops, computers and other equipment to Cambodia's National Election Committee. Tokyo, meanwhile, has reportedly provided over 10,000 ballot boxes worth $7.5 million.
Masatsugu Nagato, president and CEO of Japan Post, spoke with CNBC at the launch of Toll City, a logistics hub situated in western Singapore.
Sanguine estimates about the impact of the trade war on China’s economy have not taken into account how tariffs will affect business sentiment, investment and growth, J.P. Morgan analysts wrote in a note.
Analysts are looking at approval ratings and stock market performance as indicators of how trade tensions between the U.S. and its trading partners will play out.
Zimbabwe's alliance with North Korea could be cast aside as it attempts to build bridges with the West and reboot its economy.
Investors have also been watching the yield curve as the gap between yields on the 10 and two-year U.S. Treasury bonds hit a fresh 11-year low.
President Donald Trump began his meeting Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland by saying the pair will have an "extraordinary relationship."
As Trump meets Putin, nearby superpower China will be paying the most attention to the relationship dynamic between the two leaders.
Culture is "one of the biggest determining factors" for nations looking to improve their international standing, said Tom Byer, an American soccer expert, who has coached youth teams in Japan for the past two decades.
The German-led European Union does not want to balance its trade accounts with the U.S., Michael Ivanovitch writes.
This market is in the “biggest bubble in the history of mankind” and, when it bursts, it could cut the stock market in half, says Ron Paul.
President Trump continues his unorthodox approach to the presidency, upsetting some people, while others are left "numb" to his behavior, says Wall Street investor.
President Donald Trump’s latest round of proposed tariffs on Chinese goods would pull American consumers into an escalating trade war. The New York Times reports.
President Donald Trump sought to walk back some of his more scornful rhetoric towards U.K. leader Theresa May on Friday afternoon, offering Westminster an unprecedented olive branch post-Brexit.
Beyond the trade war, higher fuel costs and growing regulatory burdens remain big concerns in the shipping sector.