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BEIJING: A Chinese state newspaper said a “partial” trade deal would benefit China and the United States, and Washington should take the offer on the table, reflecting Beijing’s aim of cooling the row before more US tariffs kick in.
HANOI: A new front has opened in the US-China trade war as companies shifting manufacturing to Vietnam engage in a fierce battle for skilled labour, aggravating an existing shortage and prompting calls for education reforms.Vietnam has emerged as one of the largest beneficiaries of the trade spat between Washington and Beijing.
SAN FRANCISCO: SAP SE named executives Jennifer Morgan and Christian Klein as the successors to chief executive officer Bill McDermott, who’s stepping down after leading Europe’s largest software company during a decade of major industry changes.
SINGAPORE: Singapore’s central bank will probably ease monetary policy for the first time in more than three years as a global slowdown continues to weigh on the export-reliant economy.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia's government on Friday unveiled a smaller budget than expected for next year but flagged a wider budget deficit than earlier estimates and said it would step in with stimulus measures should global demand worsen.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, winner of the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for ending 20 years of hostility with neighbouring Eritrea, can arouse strong reactions at home.
ISTANBUL/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Turkey intensified its air and artillery strikes in northeast Syria on Friday in an offensive against Kurdish militia that has raised the prospect of a humanitarian disaster and questions about U.S. President Donald Trump's policy in the region.
SHANGHAI: Asian shares and U.S. stock futures rose on Friday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he would meet with China's top trade negotiator, while sterling retreated after rallying on revived hopes of a possible Brexit deal.
HO CHI MINH CITY/HANOI (Reuters) - A new front has opened in the U.S.-China trade war as companies shifting manufacturing to Vietnam engage in a fierce battle for skilled labour, aggravating an existing shortage and prompting calls for education reforms to address the problem.