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China says US trade claims ‘destructive’

China says US trade claims ‘destructive’

"[We] will take necessary measures and safeguard legitimate rights and interests of Chinese businesses," Beijing said.

India to keep trade ties with Iran under sanctions

India to keep trade ties with Iran under sanctions

One item in focus was the strategic Iranian port of Chabahar which has been exempted from the sanctions regimen.

Brazil: Bolsonaro walks back controversial statements

Brazil: Bolsonaro walks back controversial statements

Recently, Bolsonaro vowed to scrap the Paris Agreement on the environment but was forced to walk back his statements.

Putin calls for INF dialogue

Putin calls for INF dialogue

Trump had said he wanted to withdraw from the INF treaty because of alleged Russian violations.

South Africa lags in BRICS ease of business

South Africa lags in BRICS ease of business

South Africa is the fifth easiest country in Africa to run a business and fell to a rank of 82 out of 190 nations.

South Africa faces difficult fiscal decisions: Mboweni

South Africa faces difficult fiscal decisions: Mboweni

For ordinary South Africans, electricity and fuel, have risen. Unemployment is unacceptably high.

Putin, Trump meeting likely next month

Putin, Trump meeting likely next month

Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said that both countries needed a "more active dialogue".

Russia defeated ISIL in Syria: Defense Minister

Russia defeated ISIL in Syria: Defense Minister

More than 85,000 Islamist extremist fighters have been killed in the past three years, Moscow says.

‘Winter is coming,’ IMF told at Bali summit

‘Winter is coming,’ IMF told at Bali summit

Indonesia's President said weak coordination among developed countries led to uncertainty in the global economy.

Can Mboweni bring stability to S Africa’s Finance Ministry?

Can Mboweni bring stability to S Africa’s Finance Ministry?

Many believe that President Ramaphosa made an inspired choice in Mboweni and that markets are justifiably optimistic.