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"The two leaders will probably need multiple summits before major progress on resolving long-standing grievances can be made," according to Fitch Solutions Macro Research.
When asked where's the safest place to put money in, Fidelity International's investment director for Asian equities, Medha Samant, replied: "It's really north Asia, it's being led by China we think."
In recent months, countries such as Pakistan, Malaysia, Myanmar and Sierra Leone have either canceled or backed away from previously negotiated commitments to the Belt and Road Initiative.
"We are already starting to see big orders, big export orders," said Bill Stoops, the chief investment officer at Dragon Capital. "I think this is a harbinger of things to come, as people start to divert business away from China."
As thousands of rich and powerful leaders head to Davos for the World Economic Forum (WEF) next week, the organization's founder has urged international heads of state to come up with an "inclusive" approach to globalization.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution will take center stage at the World Economic Forum's (WEF) annual meeting next week in Davos, Switzerland.
U.S.-China trade tensions are adding pressure to Chinese companies already struggling with a slowing economy, analysts say.
Sen. Mitt Romney, who had warned as a presidential candidate that Russia is the U.S.' top geopolitical foe, voted against the resolution.
A rising risk of political confrontations between major powers is hindering solutions to challenges like climate change and cyberattacks, a new report by the World Economic Forum said Wednesday.
The People's Bank of China on Wednesday pumped the most money ever into the banking system in one day, highlighting the stress the economy is facing.
Following the resounding defeat of U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal, the global media are giving their reactions to the vote - and they're not holding back.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is hoping for an election, but some Labour politicians believe a second referendum could be more likely.
An emerging global phenomenon of dominant political leaders and the corrosion of systems of governance promise more of the international instability that closed 2018.
Thousands of business, political and cultural leaders from all over the world will return to the snowy mountains of Davos, Switzerland next week to discuss the latest global issues.
President Donald Trump canceled plans to attend the forum himself last week.
Trade tensions, along with pressure on companies from Beijing, have caused a decline in Chinese direct investment into the United States. Still, Chinese home purchases and venture capital funding continue to grow.