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ASEAN, China move closer on South China Sea conflict resolution

ASEAN, China move closer on South China Sea conflict resolution

ASEAN delegats also decided to establish a hotline between different governments involved in the South China Sea disputes.

Putin, Trump issue joint Syria statement

Putin, Trump issue joint Syria statement

The joint statement said the political process should be for all Syrians, including those displaced by the civil war.

Xi lauds Vietnam ties as ‘forged in blood’

Xi lauds Vietnam ties as ‘forged in blood’

Xi said that the two countries are in a new era in their relationship, one that is cemented in their joint development work.

Will Trump-Xi talks be another ‘tremendous success’?

Will Trump-Xi talks be another ‘tremendous success’?

China and the US will enter intense talks on Thursday to deal with security in northeast Asia and the Pacific.

Bangladesh-India anti-terror drills begin

Bangladesh-India anti-terror drills begin

The drills, titled "Exercise Sampriti", will be held in the northeastern border states of Meghalaya and Mizoram until Nov. 18.

Emerging markets to be hot commodity in 2018?

Emerging markets to be hot commodity in 2018?

China and India lead the pack, but the replacement of Yellen as Fed chair will give EMs a significant boost.

Nigeria, Russia sign nuclear energy deal

Nigeria, Russia sign nuclear energy deal

Nigeria has been holding talks with Rusatom for the past two years to build a number of nuclear power plants.

Trump on Fed chair: Status quo vs radical shift

Trump on Fed chair: Status quo vs radical shift

Trump could favor John B. Taylor who has opposed much of what the Fed has done in the past.

Italian PM to meet Modi, Indian execs

Italian PM to meet Modi, Indian execs

A delegation of 15 Italian CEOs will explore trade and investment opportunities with their Indian counterparts.

Medium Term Budget Policy Statement is crucial for South Africa

Medium Term Budget Policy Statement is crucial for South Africa

Most economists expect the MTBPS to present a “consensus” view on growth and inflation.