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China-US trade talks fizzle

China-US trade talks fizzle

The Ministry of Commerce said that it is pursuing a resolution through the WTO dispute settlement mechanism

China protests US Defense Act

China protests US Defense Act

The Chinese Defense Ministry has protested the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for 2019 which was signed into law in the US by President Donald Trump earlier this week. The

BRICS Summit prioritizes defence of the multilateral trading system

BRICS Summit prioritizes defence of the multilateral trading system

Leaders of the five nations vowed to protect the multilateral system, which they said is now threatened.

BRICS agree to joint work on ‘Fourth Revolution’, cryptocurrencies

BRICS agree to joint work on ‘Fourth Revolution’, cryptocurrencies

BRICS must revamp their education and vocational systems to meet challenges of the new technologies.

Analysis: BRICS can defeat Trump’s protectionism

Analysis: BRICS can defeat Trump’s protectionism

BRICS must quickly tear down barriers which could impede free trade within the bloc.

China looks to greater Arab ties

China looks to greater Arab ties

Xi's visit to the UAE comes just a few days after the conclusion of the 26th Arab Economic Forum.

Chinese economy forecast 6.7% growth in H1

Chinese economy forecast 6.7% growth in H1

But a drop in investments in the second half of the year could lead to an overal 6.6 per cent 2018 annual growth.

Russia raises duties on US imports

Russia raises duties on US imports

Moscow has raised its duties from 25 to 40 per cent on some US imports.

China: US ‘shooting itself in the foot’

China: US ‘shooting itself in the foot’

China says the US tariffs will hinder global economic growth and come back to bite the US producer and consumer.

Meaty affair as transatlantic tariffs take effect

Meaty affair as transatlantic tariffs take effect

World markets, particularly among emerging economies, are increasingly jittery as currencies suffer trade war fears.