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China-led group wins Mexico bullet train bid

China-led group wins Mexico bullet train bid

The new leadership in China and Mexico, Presidents Xi Jinping and Enrique Peña Nieto have signaled their intention to reset relations.

Global tourism grows in 2014

Global tourism grows in 2014

Increased numbers of tourists are coming from China and other BRICS countries.

China services sector slows in October

China services sector slows in October

The new leadership has repeatedly said it would accept slower growth as it tries to restructure the economy.

Rolling blackouts announced by South Africa power utility

Rolling blackouts announced by South Africa power utility

Eskom provides 95 per cent of the country's power.

Xi-Putin meet next week to boost alliance

Xi-Putin meet next week to boost alliance

Xi has held talks or met with Putin for nine times since he assumed the office of China’s President in March 2013.

Russia-Ukraine gas supply set to resume

Russia-Ukraine gas supply set to resume

Kiev will pay Moscow its $3.1 billion gas debt in two tranches by the end of the current year to resume gas deliveries.

ISIL killing scores of Iraqi Sunnis – reports

ISIL killing scores of Iraqi Sunnis – reports

AP quoted security officials in Anbar who said they found 48 bodies of executed Sunni policemen and civilians over the weekend.

Indian stocks rally over Japan stimulus, US data

Indian stocks rally over Japan stimulus, US data

Indian stocks closed at a record high on Friday.

Brazil to defend taxes on car imports at WTO

Brazil to defend taxes on car imports at WTO

The EU asked the WTO to establish a panel to look into possible unfair taxes imposed by Brazil on foreign-made cars.

China manufacturing slows marginally, PMI at 50.8

China manufacturing slows marginally, PMI at 50.8

China's policymakers need to step up fiscal spending and targeted quantitative easing in the coming months, says HSBC.