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WASHINGTON: Senior U.S. and Chinese officials are meeting in Washington on Thursday and Friday in an attempt to settle their ongoing trade war, but a lasting peace seems elusive.
There is a litany of issues to address, from tariffs on specific products to much broader divides over issues like intellectual property theft and global supply chains.
NEW YORK: Deep differences separate Chinese and US negotiators on everything from market access to industrial subsidies as the two sides prepare to meet next month in Washington.
Senior U.S. and Chinese officials have pledged to meet in October to settle their ongoing trade war but a lasting peace seems more elusive than ever.
BANGKOK: Thailand’s new government said it plans to pursue a number of economic policies championed by the previous military administration as officials strive to revive growth.
PUTRAJAYA: The government has called on Malaysia's major industry players to support its technical and vocational education and training (TVET) agenda.
Trade talks remain deadlocked as Beijing refuses to eliminate coerced technology transfers or government subsidies to Chinese companies
Windows of opportunities for recovery in mid to long term.
LYNAS Malaysia is pleased to advise that the Review Committee report in respect of Lynas Malaysia was posted online on Tuesday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Despite the surrounding global economic uncertainties, Malaysia remains as an ideal destination for China to promote trade and investment.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will work to achieve its existing greenhouse gas targets and strive to do better as the challenges of climate change become more urgent, Xie Zhenhua, the country's top climate envoy, said at a briefing on Monday.