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TOKYO (Reuters) - A male employee is suing sportswear maker Asics Corp <7936.T> for alleged mistreatment after taking paternity leave, a case that has shone a spotlight on gender equality and workers' rights in Japan.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine President Mauricio Macri vowed on Monday to win a second term despite a surprisingly strong performance by the opposition in the primary election that set off a shockwave through markets, crashing the peso currency and sending stocks and bonds tumbling.
Swiss bank cuts forecast to 0.8% from 2.4% for 2019. Downgrade came after GDP growth fell below expectations in second quarter.
BEIJING ( AFP): A Chinese startup successfully launched the country's first commercial rocket capable of carrying satellites into orbit Thursday, as the space race between China and the US heats up.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde was nominated on Tuesday to succeed Mario Draghi as president of the European Central Bank from Nov. 1.
NEW YORK: Investors may still be underestimating the full risk to the global economy from a trade war, even after US stocks capped the worst month of the year.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Surprisingly retained by Australians in a national election over the weekend, Prime Minister Scott Morrison's centre-right government now needs to find a fast way out of a worrying slowdown in an economy that has been recession-free since 1991.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Delta Air Lines, The Financial Times and Bain & Co have pulled out of an event in New York honouring Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, the firms said on Thursday, as the South American leader faces blowback for racist and homophobic comments.
Wall Street Journal and Los Angeles Times say the Beijing family has not been charged The payment was made in the ‘Operation Varsity Blues’ college admissions case, which ensnared families, coaches and administrators across the US
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron has ordered that further cuts to income tax must be matched euro-for-euro by cuts in public spending to keep the budget deficit from spiralling out of control, his finance minister said on Friday.