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Stocks mixed as Wall Street seen edging higher

Feb 23, 2018

Stock markets slip in Europe, but Wall Street is expected to rise on the open and Asian indexes closed higher

Asian stocks advance after Wall Street rebounds

Feb 23, 2018

Asian stock markets have risen after Wall Street rebounded from a two-day losing streak and Japanese inflation edged up

China probing possible violation of UN sanctions on N. Korea

Feb 22, 2018

China says it is "highly concerned" about a reported ship-to-ship transfer on the high seas that could violate U.N. sanctions on North Korea

China appeals to Trump to avoid disrupting trade

Feb 14, 2018

China has appealed to U.S. President Donald Trump to settle trade disputes over steel and aluminum after Trump said he would soon decide whether to impose tariffs or quotas

China imposes anti-dumping measure amid trade tensions

Feb 13, 2018

China is requiring importers of a U.S. industrial chemical to post deposits in preparation for possible anti-dumping duties amid rising trade tension with Washington

Asian shares fall after Wall Street plunge

Feb 9, 2018

China's stock market benchmark has plunged 5.5 percent and other Asian markets are down sharply after the Dow Jones industrials plummeted more than 1,000 points

India's anti-trust regulator fines Google for 'search bias'

Feb 8, 2018

India's antitrust watchdog says Google abused its position as the dominant search engine in the country to create a search bias in favor of its own services and those of its partners

China January trade surges amid tension with Washington

Feb 8, 2018

China's export growth accelerated in January amid rising trade tension with Washington while imports surged as factories stocked up ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday

China solar supplier grows in India to avoid trade controls

Feb 6, 2018

One of China's biggest makers of solar panels says it will invest $309 million to expand manufacturing in India to guard against what it says is a rising threat of import controls in the United States and other markets

China: Trade probe of US sorghum a 'normal' investigation

Feb 5, 2018

China says an anti-dumping probe of imports of U.S. sorghum is a "normal" trade case following suggestions it might be retaliation for Washington's investigation of Chinese steel and other goods

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