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WASHINGTON: Completion of a "phase one" U.S.-China trade deal could slide into next year, trade experts and people close to the White House said, as Beijing presses for more extensive tariff rollbacks, and the Trump administration counters with heightened demands of its own.
VANCOUVER: There is no evidence Canadian border officials or police acted improperly when Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou was detained and arrested at Vancouver's airport nearly 10 months ago, the attorney general of Canada said in a filing released on Monday.
BRUSSELS: Facebook Inc is on a collision course with one of Europe’s most powerful regulators as Germany’s Federal Cartel Office attacked the way the social network giant scoops up information on how users surf to drive its advertising revenue.
BILLUND (Denmark): While Lego has embraced the digital age as more kids play games on iPads and smartphones, parents who fret their children spend too much time staring at screens shouldn’t worry: online is not the toymaker’s ultimate destination.
DETROIT: Detroit on Friday filed a lawsuit in U.S. bankruptcy court seeking to invalidate $1.44 billion of debt sold to fund public worker pensions - a move that also could void the ill-fated interest-rate swaps contracts that were a factor leading Detroit into bankruptcy.
I WAS spending some vacation time in Singapore some months ago and my niece from Malaysia joined my family for a short holiday. While mingling at home, my son asked his cousin if she wanted to go the shopping centre across from where we were staying. Her reaction was an eye opener.
Concerns that Detroit may miss a payment due Friday on its pension debt led Fitch Ratings to lower the city's already junk-level ratings into the C category on Tuesday, denoting a higher chance of default.
NEW YORK: Security screening at airports will still be a hassle and raise the cost of travel. Laws that turned banks into financial cops will stay in place. And most companies will still spend more to ship goods and secure their computer systems.