Little progress in resolving US-China trade war, Indian city of Chennai brings in water by rail, US Federal Reserve expected to cut interest rates
US President Donald Trump spoke of "very, very good negotiations with China" after a day of trade talks at the White House on Thursday. But experts say the most one can hope for is token concessions.
The Chinese economy grew an underwhelming 6% in quarter three, its weakest rate in at least 27 years. An ongoing trade war with the US continues to weigh on the world's second largest economy.
Ever since eurozone interest rates turned negative in 2014, a debate has raged about whether or not this makes economic sense. DW explains how they came about and why the monetary policy tool is a double-edged sword.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, who was in New Delhi last week, signed major agreements on water-sharing with India. Bangladesh's citizens, however, are unhappy with the deals.
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