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PRISTINA (Reuters) - The United States is halting around $50 million (£40.5 million) in economic aid for Kosovo due to Kosovo's refusal to lift tariffs on goods produced in Serbia, a U.S. government agency said on Friday.
PRISTINA (Reuters) - Concern is growing in Kosovo that the United States may pull its troops out of the Balkan country in retaliation for tariffs imposed by Pristina on goods from its rival Serbia.
JAKARTA: Indonesia's economic growth in the final quarter of 2019 was the slowest in three years, hit by a weakening global economy, and despite supportive efforts by policy makers that included four rate cuts by the central bank.
NEW YORK: The Dow ended above 29,000 for the first time on Wednesday and the S&P 500 also closed at a record high after the United States and China signed a Phase 1 trade agreement and pledged to resolve a tariff dispute that has roiled Wall Street for over a year.
JAKARTA: Indonesia's economic growth slipped to its weakest in over two years, broadly meeting expectations, data showed on Tuesday, signalling more monetary or fiscal stimulus is on the cards over coming months to spur demand knocked by a global slowdown.
SEOUL: South Korean exports plunged 19.5% over the first 20 days of October from a year earlier, pressured by weak sales to China and frail global demand for semiconductors, dealing a fresh blow to a tottering economy.
SEOUL: South Korea's factory activity shrank in August but at a slower pace than in July, a private sector survey showed on Monday, as global trade frictions and an escalating diplomatic dispute with Japan hit demand for the country's products.
BIARRITZ, France: The United States and Japan agreed in principle on Sunday to core elements of a trade deal that U.S. President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said they hoped to sign in New York next month.
NEW YORK: U.S. stocks dropped in a broad sell-off on Monday as simmering geopolitical tensions spooked equity investors and drove a bond market rally while the protracted U.S.-China trade war stoked fears of impending recession.
NEW YORK: Results from two major US railroads next week are likely to attract more scrutiny than usual as investors look for signs of how deeply U.S. President Donald Trump's multi-front trade war is affecting freight companies and the wider economy.