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    US could block Broadcom's takeover of Qualcomm, officials warn

    US officials are warning they could recommend against Singapore-based Broadcom's mega-acquisition of smartphone chipmaker Qualcomm on national security grounds.The Treasury Department has also found recent steps to speed up the...

  • Canada's Trudeau accuses China of 'dumping' steel on global markets

  • Global stocks mixed amid revived trade war worries

    Wall Street stocks finished in mixed fashion Monday, with the Nasdaq pushing to a fresh record but the Dow and S&P 500 both falling on revived fears of a trade war.Analysts pointed to sharpening rhetoric among different parties as...

  • Return of market volatility no cause for alarm: BIS

    Volatility on the financial markets is back, but central banks need not be alarmed by any sudden ructions and jolts as crisis-fighting measures are gradually rolled back, the Bank of International Settlements said on Sunday.The...

  • Japan ministry 'to admit doctoring documents linked to Abe cronyism row'

    Japan's finance ministry will admit altering documents related to cronyism allegations against Shinzo Abe, local media reported Sunday, a major blow to the premier who enjoys relatively high public support.If confirmed, the news...

  • China says still talking with US on trade

    China's commerce minister said Sunday that Beijing and Washington are still holding economic talks as he warned that a trade war would harm both nations.President Xi Jinping's top economic advisor, Liu He, held trade discussions...

  • Escaping the 'bubble': LGBT tourism eyes new horizons

    From gay-friendly honeymoon destinations to party escapes, tourism has long catered to LGBT travellers. But as acceptance grows, so do calls for the industry to broaden its offers, and avoid cliches.All too often travel...

  • Trump presses EU on trade barriers in tit-for-tat

    President Donald Trump renewed his demand Saturday that the European Union halts its trade barriers to US products in order to spare his allies new steel and aluminum tariffs.The American president made his comments after crunch...

  • China can be more 'courageous' in opening: central banker

    China's chief central banker said on Friday the country could be more "courageous" in opening its markets, as European and American firms push for greater access to the world's second largest economy."Now that we have entered a...

  • Chinese drones slink into North Korean arsenal

    Wang Dewen's daughter-in-law says the Chinese businessman could be dead. His wife claims he is travelling. But they are sure of one thing: he is definitely not working in North Korea.At least that is what AFP was told during a...

  • Kobe Steel names new CEO after fake data scandal

    Japanese steelmaker Kobe Steel named a new CEO on Friday and pledged "fundamental reforms" in the wake of a scandal over fake strength and quality data it submitted to clients.The firm said its board had appointed Mitsugu...

  • China consumer inflation almost doubles in February

    Chinese inflation almost doubled last month to its highest level in four years, data showed Friday, as holiday spending added to growing inflationary pressures in the world's second-largest economy.The the key consumer price index...

  • US stocks rally after strong jobs report; Nasdaq ends at record

    Wall Street stocks surged Friday, with the Nasdaq ending at a record following a strong US jobs report and the announcement of a summit between the US and North Korea.However, uncertainty surrounding US President Trump's tariffs...

  • Japanese spending rises unexpectedly in January

    Japan's household spending rose 2.0 percent in January from a year earlier, according to government data released Friday, suggesting demand is gradually recovering in the world's third-largest economy.The figure, released by the...

  • For Trump's numbers, close enough is frequently good enough

    When it comes to numbers, US President Donald Trump worries little about precision.The latest example came as he announced negotiations were underway between Washington and Beijing to reduce the soaring US trade deficit with China...

  • China says ready for trade war as Trump tariffs loom

    China warned the United States on Thursday that everyone will be harmed if President Donald Trump launches a trade war, as official figures showed the Asian power maintained a robust trade surplus with the US.Chinese Foreign...

  • Japan punishes crypto exchanges after hack

    Japanese authorities Thursday ordered two cryptocurrency exchanges to suspend operations as part of a clampdown following a massive hack that saw thieves steal hundreds of millions of dollars in virtual currency.The Financial...

  • Asian markets swing up on positive day for pro-trade camp

    A softer tone on threatened tariffs from the White House helped Asian markets rise on Thursday, continuing a week of volatility sparked by fears of a global trade war.Equities have swooned since Donald Trump last week unveiled the...

  • Japan economy steams ahead in fourth quarter

    Japan's economy is growing at a faster clip than initially estimated, the government said Thursday, as the world's third-biggest economy notched up its longest period of expansion since the "bubble" days of the 1980s.Gross...

  • Global stocks gain on hopes Trump tariffs not that harsh

    Global stocks pushed higher on Thursday following signs from the White House that US President Donald Trump's tariffs may be softer than initially feared.US stocks have been pressured since Trump first announced plans to enact...

  • Without US, 11 Asia-Pacific states sign trade deal

    Eleven nations signed a slimmed-down version of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement Thursday, moving to lower tariffs just as US President Donald Trump seeks to raise them after withdrawing from the deal.The TPP,...

  • Uber selling Southeast Asia operations to Grab: report

    Uber is selling parts of its Southeast Asia operations to local rival Grab, getting a piece of the action in the process, according to US media reports.Grab is on the cusp of buying Uber's business in some Southeast Asia markets...

  • An affront to allies: US partners blast Trump trade tariffs

    Key US trading partners on Friday condemned President Donald Trump's decision to slap punitive tariffs on foreign steel and aluminium as "protectionism" and an affront to allies, as fears grew of a global trade war.Chancellor...

  • Global stocks mixed amid trade war worries

    Global stocks finished mixed Wednesday as markets weighed conflicting signs on the Trump administration's trade plans following the departure of a key White House economic advisor.Worries about a trade war hung over trading floors...

  • Coca-Cola to launch its first alcoholic drink in Japan

    Coca-Cola plans to launch its first ever alcoholic drink in Japan, in a suprising departure for a US company identified with cola and other non-alcoholic beverages.While Coca-Cola dabbled in the wine business in the 1970s, the...

  • Thailand's scandal-hit fishing industry gets mixed UN report card

    Abysmal labour conditions in Thailand's seafood industry have started to improve, according to a new UN study describing rare bright spots in a multi-billion dollar sector notorious for its abuses. Thailand is the world's fourth...

  • China's finance minister waves away debt concerns

    China's finance minister on Wednesday brushed aside persistent concerns that the country's ballooning debt could spark a financial crisis, stressing that debt levels are well within control."We are capable of ensuring there is no...

  • 'Dieselgate' sees Toyota gain in Europe

    An auto industry turning away from diesel and European drivers increasingly favouring hybrid cars: add it up and the result is clear -- advantage Toyota.The Japanese company is the world's third largest car manufacturer but it has...

  • Indonesia's rapid infrastructure drive takes deadly toll

    A string of fatal accidents is threatening to derail Indonesia's relentless infrastructure drive ahead of the Asian Games, a push seen as a key to revving up growth in Southeast Asia's biggest economy.President Joko Widodo -- who...

  • Australia central bank chief slams Trump tariffs as 'bad policy'

    Australia's central bank chief Wednesday slammed...

  • Slowing Australia economic growth puts off rate hike expectations

    A slowdown in Australia's economic expansion will keep interest rates at a record-low for much of this year, analysts said Wednesday, as net exports weighed on growth even as consumer spending lifted.The economy has avoided...

  • Air India route to Israel launches this month, expected to fly over Saudi

    India's state-run carrier Wednesday confirmed the launch of flights between New Delhi and Tel Aviv later this month which are expected to use Saudi airspace.The move would effectively end a decades-long Saudi ban on the use of its...

  • Trump team divides on tariffs and trade

    President Donald Trump's sudden announcement last week of sweeping US tariffs on steel and aluminum imports has exposed a profound ideological rift among his top advisers.Here are the main players in the White House battle over...

  • Indian tax officials raid Gupta family properties

    Indian tax officials Tuesday raided several properties belonging to the Gupta brothers over alleged money laundering, officials said, as the politically-connected business family faces a massive corruption scandal in South Africa....

  • S. Korean prosecutors summon ex-president Lee Myung-bak in bribery probe

    South Korean prosecutors on Tuesday summoned conservative former president Lee Myung-bak for questioning as a criminal suspect in a bribery scandal, officials said, the country's latest former head of state to be investigated.The...

  • China's WeChat app crosses one billion account mark

    China's ubiquitous WeChat social media platform has crossed the one billion accounts mark as its messaging, game and shopping services attract more and more users.The symbolic threshold was announced by Pony Ma, the chief...

  • Kobe Steel CEO quits after fake data scandal

  • European stocks firm as Trump trade war fears ease

    European stock markets closed modestly firmer Tuesday as fears faded over US President Donald Trump's planned trade tariffs, and tensions appeared to ease in the Korean peninsula, dealers said.Investors bet that Trump would not...

  • Weak wage growth keeps Australia rates on hold

    Australia's central bank kept interest rates at a record low Tuesday in a widely expected decision with wages growth still weak and inflation below target.The Reserve Bank of Australia has not adjusted rates since August 2016,...

  • 11 Pacific trade pact countries go it alone without US

    A year after an abrupt US withdrawal left a fledgling 12-nation Pacific trade pact for dead, the 11 remaining states will sign a re-vamped deal Thursday aimed at slashing tariffs.The agreement -- rebranded as the Comprehensive and...

  • Trump vows Mexico, Canada steel tariffs without 'fair' NAFTA deal

    US President Donald Trump vowed Monday not to exempt Mexico and Canada from new steel tariffs without a "fair" trade deal, but his chief negotiator warned the trio's talks were not living up to expectations.Speaking as US, Mexican...

  • China puts hold on US bid for UN ban of ships over N.Korea smuggling

    China has put a hold on a US request at the United Nations to ban 33 ships from ports worldwide and blacklist 27 shipping firms for helping North Korea circumvent sanctions, according to a document seen by AFP on Monday.The United...

  • Japan car giants team up to build hydrogen stations

    Top Japanese carmakers said on Monday they were teaming up to nearly double the amount of hydrogen stations in Japan, as the car-mad country seeks to head off competition from China and Germany.Toyota, Nissan and Honda formed a...

  • Italy stocks slip on uncertain election result

    Milan's stock market slid on Monday following a surge for populist and far-right parties in an Italian election that will likely produce a hung parliament.German stocks, by contrast, rose amid relief sparked by an agreement for...

  • Girding for new battles in the war against Big Tobacco

  • China 'won't sit idly by' if US harms trade

    China warned Sunday that it was ready to hit back if the United States damaged its economic interests, fuelling fears of a trade war after President Donald Trump unveiled tariffs on steel and aluminium.Trump's announcement on...

  • Defiant Trump welcomes 'easy to win' trade war

    US President Donald Trump on Friday welcomed the prospect of a trade war with other nations, remaining defiant in the face of the global uproar sparked by his sudden announcement of steel and aluminum tariffs.With global stock...

  • Trump tariffs have world traders steeling for conflict

    By opting to place heavy tariffs on imports of steel and aluminium, US President Donald Trump is on the surface hoping to protect jobs at home.Yet his policy threatens not only to frustrate trade partners but also cost US workers...

  • EU, SE Asia talk up trade deal amid alarm over Trump tariffs

    Southeast Asia and Europe pledged Friday to speed up efforts for an elusive free trade deal, vowing to support open markets in the face of growing US protectionism under Donald Trump.EU trade chief Cecilia Malmstrom said a deal...

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