US and China started talks to prevent a trade war – Economy to be decisive factor in Egyptian election - Indians ponder new almost worthless one-rupee note
The ten-member ASEAN and its partners are meeting this week amid worries the US-China trade row will negatively impact the region. The summit is expected to see progress made on a China-backed regional trade pact.
After a diplomatic ice age that has lasted a few years, China and Japan are warming to one another again. Japan is also making deals with India. These are signs of a changed paradigm in Asia, DW's Frank Sieren writes.
The tariff tiff between China and the US has reached levels unimaginable a year ago. But China is running out of ammunition and the global trade regime may be on the brink of big change, says DW's Timothy Rooks.
Washington has invited Chinese officials to restart trade talks under efforts to defuse an escalating trade dispute. The offer comes as US President Donald Trump is readying new tariffs to be slapped on Chinese goods.
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