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HELSINKI (Reuters) - China and Finland will increase cooperation under the China-European Union framework, President Xi Jinping said on Wednesday after arriving in Finland for his first visit as head of state.
WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - When U.S. President Donald Trump meets Chinese President Xi Jinping this week, their summit will be marked not only by deep policy divisions but a clash of personalities between America’s brash “tweeter-in-chief” and Beijing’s cautious, calculating leader.
The alternative view - By M. Shanmugam
THE US dollar is weakening, hence the ringgit is on a recovery track. The ringgit’s ride to recovery would probably be slow and steady because of headwinds affecting the domestic and global economy.
BEIJING: Activity in China's manufacturing sector unexpectedly expanded at the fastest pace in nearly 5 years in March, adding to evidence that the world's second-largest economy has gained momentum early this year as construction booms.
JAKARTA: Indonesia’s rupiah may reverse gains that made it emerging Asia’s top performer in 2016 as some of the currency’s key supports risk turning into Achilles heels.
BEIJING/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Beijing sought to play down tensions with the United States and put on a positive face on Friday as the U.S. administration slammed China on a range of business issues ahead of President Xi Jinping's first meeting with President Donald Trump.
IN the course of a few days last week, United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson varied American policy on North Korea and China three times.
Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) group president and CEO Datuk Abdul Farid Alias has over two decades of experience in investment banking, corporate finance and capital markets. Prior to this appointment, he was deputy president and head of global banking at the bank.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel told a newspaper she was looking forward to meeting U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington on Friday.
BEIJING: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has expressed optimism over Sino-US relations as the two countries’ leaders prepare to meet, but he warned against a trade war that would hurt both sides.