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TOKYO (AP): Shares fell in Asia on Tuesday (July 14) as skepticism set in about the recent upward momentum in global markets given rising confirmed coronavirus cases and percolating tensions between the US and China.
SHANGHAI: China shares closed lower on Tuesday as investors consolidated their positions from a recent bull run, and as uncertainty over China's economic outlook and relationship with the United States weighed despite encouraging trade data.
PUTRAJAYA: China's military encroached into Sabah’s and Sarawak's waters in the South China Sea 89 times from 2016 to 2019, says the third series of the Auditor-General's Report 2018.
BEIJING (AP): China on Tuesday (July 14) described a US rejection of its maritime claims in the South China Sea as completely unjustified and accused the US of attempting to sow discord between China and the Southeast Asian countries with which it has territorial disputes.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KCLI rallied higher for a third day as investors continued to pile into rubber glove stocks on expectations that the coronavirus pandemic will drag on.
TOKYO (Reuters): Japan's annual defence review accuses China of pushing its territorial claims amid the coronavirus pandemic and suspects Beijing of spreading propaganda and disinformation as it provides medical aid to nations fighting Covid-19.
SEOUL (Xinhua): South Korea expressed strong protest Tuesday (July 14) against Japan's renewed territorial claims to the Dokdo islets, which is called Takeshima by Japan lying halfway between the two countries.
HONG KONG (AFP): Fears over a spike in infections around the world, the reimposition of containment measures and China-US tensions pushed Asian equities lower Tuesday (July 14), while oil prices were also hit by speculation top producers will begin tapering their output cuts.
WASHINGTON: Asian shares are showing a mixed picture on Tuesday after a volatile day in U.S. equity markets amid persistent concerns over the record number of new coronavirus cases worldwide and signs of an economic rebound.
WASHINGTON: The United States on Monday rejected China's disputed claims to offshore resources in most of the South China Sea, a move that may further sour the fraught ties between the world's largest two economies.