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WASHINGTON (Reuters): Washington has agreed to suspend some tariffs on Chinese goods and cut others in return for Beijing's pledge to hike US farm product purchase in 2020, sources said on Thursday (Dec 12), taking a step to de-escalating the bitter trade war.
BEIJING (Reuters): China's foreign minister Wang Yi said on Friday (Dec 13) that the United States had seriously damaged the hard-won mutual trust between the countries by criticising Beijing over issues such as Hong Kong and the treatment of Muslim Uighurs.
QIANDAOHU, China (AFP): The caviar on the menu of Michelin-starred restaurants may come from an unexpected place: China.
SINGAPORE (ANN): Gross domestic product (GDP) is likely to expand 1.3% next year from an expected 0.5% this year, noted the Japanese investment bank yesterday.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern faces tough challenges as she heads into a general election campaign next year, with economic growth slowing, divisive referendums looming and a country reeling from disasters both natural and man-made.
HONG KONG: Stocks were little changed on Tuesday (Dec 10), less than a week before the United States is due to impose more tariffs on Chinese goods.
MACAU: Two decades after Macau returned to Chinese rule, a shift that catalysed its emergence as the world’s biggest gambling hub, casinos are facing serious obstacles to their future growth.
HO CHI MINH CITY (ANN): Vietnam's fisheries exports are unlikely to meet the US$10bil target set by the Government for this year because of the multiple challenges like the US-China trade war, lack of demand and increasing competition.
BEIJING: China said on Monday (Dec 9) that it hoped to make a trade deal with the United States as soon as possible, amid intense discussions before fresh US tariffs on Chinese imports are due to kick in at the end of the week.
SINGAPORE: It may come down to the will of central banks, trade negotiators and voters this week to set the tone for emerging markets headed toward 2020.