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JAKARTA: The European Union imposed five-year tariffs on biodiesel from Indonesia to counter alleged subsidies to producers in the country, a move that could prompt the Indonesian government to retaliate.
SINGAPORE: It may come down to the will of central banks, trade negotiators and voters this week to set the tone for emerging markets headed toward 2020.
KUALA LUMPUR: Petronas-linked stocks, Tenaga Nasional and Public Bank weighed on the FBM KLCI on Wednesday on continued fund selling but plantations brightened the gloomy market as crude palm oil (CPO) futures rallied past RM2,900.
SEOUL: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un opened a new mountain spa and ski resort that's intended for people to enjoy "high civilization under socialism” in another example of the country using tourism exemptions in sanctions to build revenue for its broken economy.
BRUSSELS: The European Union imposed five-year tariffs on biodiesel from Indonesia to counter alleged subsidies to producers in the country, a move that could prompt the Indonesian government to retaliate.
BEIJING: China said on Monday that it hoped to make a trade deal with the United States as soon as possible, amid intense discussions before fresh U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports are due to kick in at the end of the week.
SINGAPORE: Oil traded near the highest level in almost 12 weeks after Saudi Arabia surprised the market Friday with a significant supply cut beyond what was agreed to with fellow OPEC+ members.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Negotiations aimed at dismantling North Korea's nuclear and missile programmes have been at a standstill after a working-level meeting with the United States in October in Stockholm collapsed.
KUALA LUMPUR: The local equities market turned to consolidation on Monday as a positive US jobs data report over the weekend failed to inspire optimism in the global economy as the deadline for fresh US tariffs on Chinese imports loomed.
TOKYO: Japan's economy expanded at a much faster-than-initially-reported pace in July-September, driven by resilient domestic demand even as exports took another hit from slowing global growth and rising trade tensions.