Christoph Kober interviews Catherine Yeung, investment director at Fidelity International in Hong Kong about the Chinese GDP numbers released on April 15. She's expecting continued volatility in the world's second biggest economy.
France's economy minister has warned Italy to respect its financial commitments to the EU under 'whichever government.' Bruno Le Maire said eurozone stability would otherwise be threatened.
Economic expansion in Europe's powerhouse is continuing in 2018, but GDP growth has slowed considerably, leaving observers disappointed. Nevertheless, the government sees no cause for alarm right now.
Washington and Beijing have agreed on measures to "substantially" reduce the US trade deficit with China after two days of talks. The deal calls for China to start buying more US products.
Despite a tumultuous political relationship, China and Taiwan have always maintained a steady exchange of tourism. But a recent decline in Chinese tourists to Taiwan has highlighted just how vital this exchange is.
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