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HANOI (Bloomberg) - Vietnam is looking to reset its volatile relationship with the US after finding itself caught in the middle of President Donald Trump's economic confrontation with China.
JAKARTA (The Straits Times/ANN): Last year, Indonesian exports worth US$2.61 billion, or 13 per cent of its total US$20.1 billion exports to the US, were eligible.
BANGKOK, Nov 1 (The Nation Thailand/ANN): The United States is suspending US$817 million in trade preferences for Thailand under the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) programme due to a lack of sufficient progress in providing the US with "equitable and reasonable market access" for pork products.
THE acronym PEP often refers to Politically Exposed Person and those in the financial market or those in compliance or risk management would know that when dealing with a PEP, extra precautions are needed before entering into any form of transactions or dealings. A PEP has a higher risk factor when it comes to corruption or bribery. However, this week’s column is not about PEP in that sense, but in a different form.
Tariffs may have hurt China’s economy somewhat, but at the cost of also hurting US consumers in the process.
HONG KONG, China, Sept 4 (China Daily/ANN): Raymond Young Lap-moon, chief executive officer of the Chinese Manufacturers' Association of Hong Kong, said the city's business environment has returned to normal after enacting the National Security Law with no foreign businesses, particularly American ones, leaving the city.
TOKYO: Oil prices edged lower on Tuesday, mostly holding onto overnight gains after OPEC+ said the producer grouping is almost fully complying with output cuts to support prices amid a drop in demand for fuels due to the coronavirus pandemic.
WASHINGTON (Xinhua): Against the odds of escalating anti-China rhetoric and ongoing uncertainty, Chinese companies continue to be committed to the US market, according to a new survey by the China General Chamber of Commerce-USA (CGCC).
KUALA LUMPUR: CGS-CIMB Equities Research maintains its Overweight view on the Malaysian glove sector with Top Glove and Supermax as its top picks.