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WSJ Asia
Aug 16, 2018

Google CEO Tells Employees Company Isn't Close to Launching Search Engine in China
Google Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai defended to employees the internet giant's controversial push to do more business in China but said the company is "not close to launching a search product" in the country.

WSJ Asia
Aug 16, 2018

SEC Probes Tesla Over Model 3 Production Disclosures
Securities regulators began investigating last year whether Tesla Inc. misled investors about its Model 3 car production problems, according to a person familiar with the matter.

WSJ Asia
Aug 16, 2018

Why China's Yuan Fall Hasn't Stopped Stocks---Yet
In 2015, a drop of less than 3% in the yuan against the dollar was enough to create panic among investors world-wide. Yet this year, a far bigger drop in the Chinese currency has been all but ignored by U.S. stocks. What gives?

WSJ Asia
Aug 16, 2018

U.S., China to Resume Trade Talks as Tariffs Bite
Washington and Beijing reached a modest breakthrough in their standoff over trade, saying they would hold lower-level talks later this month on the spiraling dispute.

WSJ Asia
Aug 16, 2018

Malaysia Accuses China of Harboring 1MDB Fugitive Jho Low
Malaysian officials believe China has been harboring one of the world's most-wanted financial fugitives, the financier the U.S. Justice Department alleges is at the center of the $4.5 billion theft from a Malaysian development fund.

WSJ Asia
Aug 16, 2018

Tencent's Rout This Year Has Wiped Out Over $175 Billion in Market Value
Tencent's selloff has sparked fears of a broader contagion for tech stocks around the world.

WSJ Asia
Aug 16, 2018

Indonesia Vows Tighter Budget to Ward Off Turkish Contagion
Indonesian leaders vowed to rein in spending, part of a battery of measures to help build a firewall between the world's fourth most-populous country and financial contagion spreading to emerging markets from Turkey.

WSJ Asia
Aug 16, 2018

Investors Abandon Risk as Economic Fears Grip Markets
A rout in commodities and emerging-market assets spilled over to U.S. stocks, the latest sign that underlying worries about the global economy continue to hang over the long-running bull market.

WSJ Asia
Aug 15, 2018

SEC Sends Subpoena to Tesla in Probe Over Musk Tweets
Federal regulators have subpoenaed Tesla, ramping up an investigation into Chief Executive Elon Musk's tweet last week that he had secured funding to take the electric-car maker private.

WSJ Asia
Aug 15, 2018

Spate of Deadly Violence Darkens Peace Prospects in Afghanistan
A blast that killed scores of students capped an extraordinary week of violence in Afghanistan, dimming what the U.S. and Afghan governments had considered real prospects for a cease-fire and peace talks with the Taliban.

WSJ Asia
Aug 15, 2018

Trump Says Tariffs Will Rescue U.S. Steel Industry
President Trump said in an interview that his steel tariffs, on China and other countries, are saving an iconic American industry that was in danger of closing. Many business officials, economists and some Republicans disagree.

WSJ Asia
Aug 15, 2018

Chinese Begin to Vent Discontent With Xi, Policies
Signs of unease with President Xi Jinping's leadership have emerged amid public rancor over China's trade tensions with the U.S., a sluggish economy and public-health and financial scandals.

WSJ Asia
Aug 15, 2018

Tech Giant Tencent Caught in Chinese Regulatory Trap
Chinese tech titan Tencent Holdings reports a rare profit decline and disappointing sales as the internet giant struggles with regulatory hurdles for its gaming business.

WSJ Asia
Aug 15, 2018

The 'King of Fruits' Smells Like Gym Socks---and Fans Fear There Won't Be Enough
As China gobbles up more durians, Southeast Asia is in a frenzy over rising prices and potential shortages of the pungent food.

WSJ Asia
Aug 14, 2018

'One Crop in Seven Years': Drought Plagues Australia's Farmers
A severe drought has gripped an area of Australia more than twice the size of Texas, turning normally fertile crop areas into dust bowls, draining water reserves and leaving wine-producing regions parched.

WSJ Asia
Aug 14, 2018

Cryptocurrency Market Plumbs New Depths in 2018
A broad investor retreat has pushed the market for digital currencies down 70% from its January high, reflecting user frustration over their modest inroads into commerce and a general shakeout in speculative investments.

WSJ Asia
Aug 14, 2018

Afghan City Gauges Toll After Taliban Siege
Residents of a strategic Afghan city began emerging hesitantly from their hiding places on Tuesday to assess the human and physical cost from four days of fierce fighting between Taliban insurgents and government forces.

WSJ Asia
Aug 14, 2018

Turkey Shifts Closer to Russia
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey stepped up his attacks on the U.S. on Tuesday, calling for a boycott of Apple Inc.'s iPhones and other U.S. electronic goods, while his foreign minister joined his Russian counterpart in criticizing Western sanctions.

WSJ Asia
Aug 14, 2018

A Comic Raises a Serious Question: Is Japan Ready to Use Military Force?
A series of cartoon novels has sold more than three million copies by presenting a plausible tale of Japan's military future: a confrontation with China that forces Tokyo to depart from its strictly defensive military posture.

WSJ Asia
Aug 14, 2018

Missed Bond Payment Stirs Chinese Debt Fears
A missed bond payment by a quasi-military organization in the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region is fueling fresh concerns about China's ability to shoulder its massive debt.

WSJ Asia
Aug 14, 2018

Kroger to Sell Groceries on Alibaba Site in China
Kroger will sell its products in China on an e-commerce site owned by Alibaba Group, the grocer's first foray into foreign sales amid a broader push into online retail.

WSJ Asia
Aug 13, 2018

China Denies It's Detaining Up to a Million Muslims in Camps
China disputes allegations that it is holding as many as one million Muslim ethnic minorities in internment camps—instead calling them vocational schools—in rare comments before a U.N. panel.

WSJ Asia
Aug 13, 2018

Turkish Lira Falls Further as Erdogan Fails to Assuage Investors' Concerns
Turkey's currency dropped again, rattling other vulnerable emerging markets, as a defiant speech from President Erdogan and policy moves from the nation's central bank failed to assuage investors' concerns.

WSJ Asia
Aug 13, 2018

China Pulls Plug on Tencent Videogame Days After Launch
Chinese regulators have blocked sales of a Tencent videogame where players hunted fearsome creatures, the company said, in the latest setback to its PC games business.

WSJ Asia
Aug 13, 2018

Trump Signs Defense Bill to Boost Military, Target China
President Trump signed into law Monday a defense-spending bill that received widespread bipartisan backing for its efforts to counter Chinese aggression and support U.S. military servicemen and women.

WSJ Asia
Aug 13, 2018

Afghan Government Struggles to Oust Taliban From Key City
Afghanistan's defense chief said Monday the country's U.S.-backed security forces were struggling to counter a Taliban offensive on a strategic eastern city, a departure after days of rosy assessments about progress in dislodging the insurgents.

WSJ Asia
Aug 13, 2018

India Looks to Curb U.S. Tech Giants
Indian policy makers are looking for ways to tamp down American tech behemoths, a shift that could crimp growth potential in one of the biggest remaining open markets for expansion.

WSJ Asia
Aug 13, 2018

Nuclear Test Ban Group Skeptical of North Korea's Denuclearization Efforts
North Korea hasn't persuaded the world that it is sincere about denuclearization, the head of the global organization tasked with overseeing a ban on nuclear testing said.

WSJ Asia
Aug 12, 2018

U.S. Takes Trade Fight to Smaller Nations
The White House push to confront rivals over trade has spread beyond the world's biggest economies like China and Europe to include poorer countries that also see the U.S. as a critical market for their goods.

WSJ Asia
Aug 12, 2018

Activist Elliott Management to Push Nielsen Holdings to Sell
The New York hedge fund has accumulated a stake of more than 8% in the TV-ratings company.

WSJ Asia
Aug 12, 2018

Airplane Stunt Startles Onlookers, Ends Tragically
At first, air-traffic controllers didn't seem alarmed when Richard Russell climbed into the cockpit of a small airliner here Friday evening, spooled up its twin turboprop engines and trundled from its parking spot near a cargo area.

WSJ Asia
Aug 12, 2018

Abe's Window for Amending Japan's Pacifist Constitution Narrows
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is embarking on a push to amend Japan's pacifist constitution, but he is running into the political realities of a resistant public and a rapidly closing window of opportunity.

WSJ Asia
Aug 12, 2018

Australian Steelmaker Mulls $700 Million U.S. Investment
Australia's BlueScope Steel is considering investing in the U.S., in the latest example of companies expanding production or restarting idle mills to make up for imports being priced out of the market.

WSJ Asia
Aug 12, 2018

Turkish Lira's Fall Raises Concerns
Emerging-market investors are preparing for an unsteady start to the trading week after a weekend marked by heightened rhetoric, renewed trade tensions and a deeper slide in the Turkish lira.

WSJ Asia
Aug 12, 2018

Google Woos Partners for Potential China Expansion
While Google's search engine remains blocked in China, the company is courting allies there by providing tools and support to a growing number of app developers, manufacturers and advertisers in the region.

WSJ Asia
Aug 12, 2018

No, You Can't Vote Via Text: Officials Battle Disinformation
State officials say they have solid plans to guard election systems across the country from potential cyberattacks by foreign adversaries during this year's midterms. They are less sure how to counter another threat: online disinformation about how to cast a vote.

WSJ Asia
Aug 11, 2018

Horizon Air Plane Theft, Crash Exposes Cracks in Airport Security
Friday's theft of a Horizon Air passenger plane from Seattle's main airport exposed aviation vulnerabilities that persist even after efforts to enhance security after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

WSJ Asia
Aug 11, 2018

In Break From Precedent, Trump's Moves Aggravate Turkey's Currency Crisis
President Trump's decision to double steel tariffs on Turkey as its government battled a currency collapse marked a departure for the U.S. from how it traditionally handles financial turmoil.

WSJ Asia
Aug 11, 2018

IBM Bet Big on Using Watson to Improve Cancer Care. It Has Fallen Short.
Big Blue spent billions on its Watson artificial intelligence product with a focus on cancer care. Sometimes, it didn't say more than doctors already knew. In other cases, Watson was tripped up by a lack of data in rare or recurring cancers and rapidly evolving treatments.

WSJ Asia
Aug 11, 2018

Chinese Banks Rev up Lending to Buoy Economy in U.S. Trade Fight
China is opening the lending spigots as it seeks to shore up its economy for what could be a long trade fight with the U.S.

WSJ Asia
Aug 10, 2018

Turkey Crisis Rattles Currency Markets, Pushes Dollar Higher
The Turkish lira fell sharply to its lowest level ever on worries about Ankara's economic stability, sending tremors through Europe and emerging markets amid renewed jousting between the country's leader and President Trump.

WSJ Asia
Aug 10, 2018

Trump Vows to Double Metals Tariffs on Turkey, Escalating Dispute
President Trump said he would double steel and aluminum tariffs on Turkey, deepening tensions over the country's refusal to free an American pastor and amplifying its economic crisis.

WSJ Asia
Aug 10, 2018

U.S. Orders Chinese Company to Sell Manhattan Building Near Trump Tower
The U.S. government has told Chinese conglomerate HNA Group it has to sell its majority stake in a Manhattan skyscraper whose tenants include a police precinct tasked with protecting Trump Tower.

WSJ Asia
Aug 10, 2018

The Man Who Solved Bitcoin's Most Notorious Heist
Rampant thefts are taking the shine off cryptocurrencies. After the massive Mt. Gox exchange hack, Kim Nilsson decided to fight back.

WSJ Asia
Aug 10, 2018

North Korean ICBM Efforts Hampered by Test Ban
North Korea's moratorium on missile test flights has precluded it from trying out the technology it would need to strike the U.S. with a nuclear-tipped ICBM, a top U.S. military officer says.

WSJ Asia
Aug 10, 2018

U.S. Autos Get Left Behind as China's Tariff Cut Boosts Europe, Japan
Auto makers exported a record $7.4 billion worth of vehicles to China last month, as European and Japanese companies took advantage of a tariff cut that excludes their U.S. counterparts.

WSJ Asia
Aug 10, 2018

Philippines Greenlights Grab-Uber Deal, With Strings Attached
Philippine competition authorities have cleared the way for Southeast Asian ride-hailing firm Grab to dominate the local market, approving its deal with Uber but imposing restrictions on services and threatening fines for breaches.

WSJ Asia
Aug 10, 2018

Russian Stocks, Ruble Fall Amid U.S. Sanctions
Newly announced U.S. sanctions—and the potential for a second round of actions in 90 days—roiled Russia's currency and blue-chip stocks as the country braced for further economic pain amid uncertainties over the Trump administration's commitment to enforcement.

WSJ Asia
Aug 09, 2018

Qualcomm, Taiwan Reach Settlement in Patent-Licensing Dispute
Qualcomm notched a victory in its effort to preserve its patent-licensing business, saving the company nearly $700 million in fines.

WSJ Asia
Aug 09, 2018

Japan's Economy Revs Up Again After Stalling
Japan returned to solid growth in the April-June quarter, a trend economists said was likely to continue on the back of higher wages and consumer spending unless trade conflicts with the U.S. worsen.

WSJ Asia
Aug 09, 2018

Samsung Introduces Galaxy Note 9, a Smartphone Strikingly Like Its Predecessor
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 looks much like last year's Note 8, reflecting slowing smartphone innovation that has contributed to a historic dip in industry sales.

WSJ Asia
Aug 09, 2018

In Kandahar, U.S. Troops Remain, Even if Salsa Night Is Gone
The Boardwalk at Kandahar Air Field has always served as an apt metaphor for the state of the 17-year-old war in Afghanistan, and in important ways still does.

WSJ Asia
Aug 09, 2018

China's Tariff Turnaround: U.S. Crude Oil Drops Off the Target List
As China made good on its threat to impose 25% tariffs on $16 billion worth of U.S. imports, one big-ticket item originally on its hit list was conspicuously missing: crude oil.

WSJ Asia
Aug 09, 2018

Powerful Aftershock Shakes Survivors of Indonesia Quake
A 6.2 magnitude aftershock sent thousands of residents of the Indonesian island of Lombok running into the streets and toppled buildings already weakened by Sunday's magnitude 7.0 quake.

WSJ Asia
Aug 08, 2018

Nine Months of U.S. Strikes Have Failed to Curtail Taliban Opium Trade
American efforts to cripple the Taliban drug trade in Afghanistan have fallen short of expectations, U.S. officials say, creating new challenges for the Trump administration's efforts to weaken the insurgency as the warring parties try to jump start peace talks.

WSJ Asia
Aug 08, 2018

SEC Inquired About Tesla CEO Musk's Tweets
The regulator is examining whether Mr. Musk's statement was truthful and inquired why the disclosure was made on Twitter.

WSJ Asia
Aug 08, 2018

Indonesians Displaced by Quake Exceed 150,000
The number of people estimated to have been displaced by a powerful earthquake on Indonesia's Lombok island rose to 156,000 on Wednesday, doubling dramatically overnight as rescuers pushed into new areas and struggled to bring supplies to survivors.

WSJ Asia
Aug 08, 2018

China Retaliates With New Tariffs, Hunkering Down for Long Fight
Beijing warned it would match the Trump administration step for step should it move ahead with new tariffs on Chinese imports, as trade data showed the country is shoring up its economy for a long trade conflict with the U.S.

WSJ Asia
Aug 08, 2018

Chinese Truck-Hailing App On Course for $10 Billion Valuation
Manbang Group, a Chinese truck-hailing platform that counts SoftBank and Alphabet as investors, is seeking to raise $1 billion in new funding.

WSJ Asia
Aug 08, 2018

Rohingya Muslims Still in Myanmar Struggle to Survive
Roughly 600,000 Rohingya, a mostly Muslim minority group in Myanmar, are facing a precarious situation: They lack access to sufficient food, have been stripped of land and belongings, and face severe restrictions on movement.

WSJ Asia
Aug 08, 2018

Twitter Bucks Silicon Valley Trend, Opts Not to Ban Alex Jones
Twitter Chief Executive Officer Jack Dorsey tweeted that his platform wouldn't join other tech firms in banning parts or all of Mr. Jones' content. His reason: He hadn't violated Twitter policy.

WSJ Asia
Aug 08, 2018

Malaysia Charges Former Leader Najib With Money Laundering
Malaysia charged former Prime Minister Najib Razak with three counts of violating money-laundering laws in relation to one of the world's biggest financial scandals.

WSJ Asia
Aug 07, 2018

Musk Says in Tweet He Is Considering Taking Tesla Private
Tesla CEO Elon Musk jolted financial markets with a surprise tweet suggesting he is considering taking the electric-car maker private. The stock closed up 11% after a trading halt.

WSJ Asia
Aug 07, 2018

China Uses Lower-Profile Swaps Market to Bolster Yuan
China's central bank has been supporting the yuan through lower-profile foreign-exchange swaps, shifting away from traditional intervention in currency markets.

WSJ Asia
Aug 07, 2018

Medical School's Exam-Rigging Against Women Prompts Furor in Japan
Executives at a prominent Japanese medical school programmed a computer to subtract points from the entrance exams of female applicants, an investigation found, part of an effort to limit the number of women doctors.

WSJ Asia
Aug 07, 2018

U.S. to Impose Tariffs on Another $16 Billion in Chinese Imports
The Trump administration completed plans to impose new tariffs on $16 billion in Chinese imports, bringing the total value of products covered by the duties to $50 billion by the end of the month.

WSJ Asia
Aug 07, 2018

Stamp of Approval for Larger Families in China? Postage Prognosticators See a Sign
A Year of the Pig stamp for 2019, unveiled by China Post Monday, shows a happy pig family—with three piglets. To some, it is a sign that the two-child policy is on its way out.

WSJ Asia
Aug 07, 2018

Philippines' Duterte Cancels Casino---Just After Its Groundbreaking
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte called the $1.5 billion project's rental terms "unconscionable" and fired the board of the government land-management company overseeing the land lease for the casino, his spokesman, Harry Roque, said. "Sorry to burst your bubble, people," said Mr. Roque.

WSJ Asia
Aug 06, 2018

Tourists Flee Indonesian Island After Earthquake as Search for Survivors Continues
Visitors struggled to get away from the vacation area as local crews evacuated local residents after the earthquake that killed around 100 people.

WSJ Asia
Aug 06, 2018

U.S. Hits Iran With Renewed Sanctions
The U.S. moved to reimpose punishing sanctions on Iran and threatened even-tougher measures for later this year as the Trump administration sought to increase pressure on the Tehran regime to negotiate or step aside.

WSJ Asia
Aug 06, 2018

Goldman Banker Takes On World's Largest Gold Miner---and Gets Pushback
John Thornton, former Goldman Sachs president, threw out the mining rulebook when he took over Barrick Gold Corp., cutting costs and selling assets when its rivals were doing the opposite. Debt is down, profits are up but the stock has tanked and reserves are shrinking.

WSJ Asia
Aug 06, 2018

Facebook Asks Banks for Customer Data
Facebook has asked large U.S. banks to share detailed financial information about customers, including card transactions and checking-account balances, as it seeks to boost user engagement.

WSJ Asia
Aug 06, 2018

Pepsi CEO Nooyi to Step Down; Veteran Set to Take Helm
PepsiCo's longtime leader Indra Nooyi will step aside as CEO at a time when shifting consumer tastes are roiling the soda and snacks markets.

WSJ Asia
Aug 06, 2018

China's Softer Stance on Defaults Spurs Asian Bond Market
Beijing's easing policy for deleveraging and defaults has helped fuel a mini-revival across Asia's credit markets, pushing up bond prices recently and sparking debt issuance.

WSJ Asia
Aug 06, 2018

Philippine Call Centers Try to Put Threat of Automation on Hold
Outsourcing industry leaders are trying to stave off the threat to their business by training staffers to handle more-specialized tasks, while letting the bots do the grunt work.

WSJ Asia
Aug 05, 2018

Honda Took Pride in Doing Everything Itself. The Cost of Technology Made That Impossible.
Honda once used staff technicians to design new technologies ranging from engines to the shape of the suspension arms. Now, the car maker is outsourcing key tech for electric vehicles and autonomous driving to fight high R&D costs.

WSJ Asia
Aug 05, 2018

Scores Killed in Latest Indonesian Earthquake
A magnitude 7.0 quake has killed at least 89 people, injured hundreds and displaced thousands of others on and around the popular tourist island of Lombok.

WSJ Asia
Aug 05, 2018

Samsung Tries to Navigate Through U.S.-China Trade Crossfire
The U.S.-China trade fight has put South Korea's Samsung Electronics in an uncomfortable spot. Its challenge: to manage its ties to both countries without getting caught in the crossfire, even as U.S. tariffs threaten its sales of home appliances and device components.

WSJ Asia
Aug 05, 2018

How China Is Evolving From Copycat Medicines Into a Producer of Complex Drugs
Johnson & Johnson was impressed enough by Nanjing Legend Biotechnology's work on an experimental gene therapy that it paid $350 million for the global rights to the cancer treatment.

WSJ Asia
Aug 05, 2018

Senators Signal Concerns Over China's Global Investments
Several U.S. senators are pressing the Trump administration to detail what it is doing to deal with Beijing's financing of international infrastructure projects that have left many countries indebted and potentially in need of bailouts.

WSJ Asia
Aug 05, 2018

Asian Nations Push Back at U.S. on Trade, Sanctions
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo faced criticism from China and skepticism from Southeast Asian powers over U.S. trade policies, as well as a warning from North Korea about Washington's approach to talks, at a weekend meeting of regional leaders.

WSJ Asia
Aug 05, 2018

Asia's FANG Stocks Have Outsize Sway
Tencent, Samsung and other Asian tech giants dominate their markets, which recently has led to losses for investors and broader stock-benchmark declines.

WSJ Asia
Aug 04, 2018

China Bears Score $7.1 Billion Victory in Long-Running 'Pain Trade'
Investors are piling into bets against China's stocks and currency, reviving what has been one of Wall Street's most popular—and painful—trades in recent years.

WSJ Asia
Aug 04, 2018

North Korea Warns U.S. of Difficulties Over Nuclear Deal
North Korea warned its nuclear agreement with President Trump "will face difficulties" unless the U.S. took steps to build trust.

WSJ Asia
Aug 04, 2018

China's Cleanup Efforts Create Boom for South African Miner
China's efforts to curb the smog in its cities and clean up its steel industry are remaking the global iron-ore market—to the benefit of miners such as Anglo American subsidiary Kumba, which produces high-grade ore.

WSJ Asia
Aug 04, 2018

In Canada's Grocery Carts, a Boycott U.S.A. Movement Starts Rolling ?
Canadians irked by U.S. metals tariffs and President Trump's harsh words for their prime minister are boycotting American products and buying Canadian goods.

WSJ Asia
Aug 04, 2018

Hiding Russian Money Offshore Was Easy. Quitting Was Harder.
Benedict Worsley, a self-created British "fixer," would do just about anything for his high-flying Russian clients—until the international financial network he built came crashing down.

WSJ Asia
Aug 04, 2018

Should Artificial Intelligence Copy the Human Brain?
The biggest breakthrough in AI, deep learning, has hit a wall, and a debate is raging about how to get to the next level.

WSJ Asia
Aug 03, 2018

July Hiring Slowdown Masks Labor Market Strength
U.S. hiring slowed but remained solid in July and the unemployment rate fell, showing the labor market remains firmly in expansion mode.

WSJ Asia
Aug 03, 2018

Pompeo Presses Turkey to Release Detained American Pastor
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met his Turkish counterpart to press for the release of a detained U.S. pastor in Turkey, reinforcing a tough U.S. message despite growing strains on ties between the two allies.

WSJ Asia
Aug 03, 2018

U.S. Sanctions Russian Bank Over North Korea
The Treasury imposed sanctions on Agrosoyuz Commercial Bank, saying it handled transactions for North Korea in violation of U.N. bans.

WSJ Asia
Aug 03, 2018

AT&T Overpaid Some Pensioners. Now It Wants the Money Back.
Companies have long sought to recoup erroneous pension payments to retirees. The telecom giant goes a step further and has enlisted a collections agency to demand repayment from some former employees.

WSJ Asia
Aug 03, 2018

Bigger Sales Than Apple? China's Huawei Doesn't Need the U.S.
Smartphone sales are falling globally, but a Chinese tech giant whose devices most Americans can't even buy is doing booming business, while nipping at the heels of Apple.

WSJ Asia
Aug 03, 2018

Economic Worries Bring South Korea's Moon Down to Earth
Concern over the state of the economy is now eroding support for South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who has spent much of his 15 months in power focused on engaging with North Korea.

WSJ Asia
Aug 03, 2018

U.S. Intelligence Officials Warn of 'Pervasive' Russian Efforts to Disrupt 2018 Elections
Senior intelligence officials described Russian efforts to interfere in the 2018 midterm elections as deep, real and ongoing, showcasing their efforts to combat a threat President Trump has repeatedly dismissed.

WSJ Asia
Aug 03, 2018

Investors Protest Outside Headquarters of China's HNA Group
Investors and ex-employees of China's HNA Group who bought investment products from a unit of the conglomerate protested outside the company's headquarters this week, accusing it of taking their money and not returning it.

WSJ Asia
Aug 02, 2018

Apple's Market Cap Reaches $1 Trillion
The Silicon Valley giant became the first U.S.-listed company to surpass $1 trillion in stock-market value, underscoring the iPhone maker's explosive growth and its role in fueling the rise of the technology industry to the forefront of the global economy.

WSJ Asia
Aug 02, 2018

Thousands of North Korean Workers Enter Russia Despite U.N. Ban
Russia is letting thousands of new North Korean laborers enter and issuing fresh work permits—actions U.S. officials say potentially violate sanctions aimed at cutting cash flows to Pyongyang.

WSJ Asia
Aug 02, 2018

China Says U.S. Trade Pressure Won't Work
China fired back after the Trump administration threatened to double proposed tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods, saying it won't yield to White House pressure.

WSJ Asia
Aug 02, 2018

Fiat Chrysler Has to Turn Jeep Around to Compete in China
New Fiat Chrysler CEO Mike Manley once promised that China would be its global engine of growth. But the company's first-half performance there was one of the weakest for any international auto maker.

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