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WSJ Asia
Jun 17, 2018

Trump Adviser Roger Stone Now Recalls 2016 Meeting With Russian
The GOP strategist didn't disclose the meeting in his testimony before congressional investigators in September, but he is now alerting House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes about the encounter.

WSJ Asia
Jun 17, 2018

Market Worry Shifts to Nafta's Fate
Escalating tensions are rattling markets as a new round of tariffs raises investors' concerns, particularly what happens to the troubled the North American Free Trade Agreement.

WSJ Asia
Jun 17, 2018

The Bull Market's Next Test: Slower Earnings Growth
U.S. corporate earnings growth looks poised to slow from a blistering pace, posing a potential challenge to a stock market that is already contending with slower global-growth momentum and rising interest rates.

WSJ Asia
Jun 17, 2018

Immigration Pressure Builds on Republicans
A Trump administration policy of separating immigrant children from adults at the border is putting pressure on Republicans and threatening to engulf broader negotiations about dealing with those already in the U.S. illegally.

WSJ Asia
Jun 17, 2018

The Force Behind Europe's Populist Tide: Frustrated Youth
Struggling to find jobs, and often living at home, younger generations are propelling antiestablishment parties to new heights of power. The revolt helped created Western Europe's first populist government, in Italy, and threatens to rear its head across the south.

WSJ Asia
Jun 17, 2018

Bangladesh Launches Deadly Drug Crackdown
A human rights group accuses the security forces of carrying out 149 extrajudicial killings in May in connection with the crackdown. Police acknowledge the deaths but say they occurred in clashes with drug suspects.

WSJ Asia
Jun 17, 2018

Oil's Rally, Coupled With Strong Dollar, Causes Global Pain
The sharp rise in crude-oil prices has been particularly harsh for many parts of the world, because consumers outside the U.S. face a double whammy when the dollar gets stronger at the same time that oil prices climb.

WSJ Asia
Jun 16, 2018

Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes and Her Ex-No. 2 Charged With Defrauding Investors
Federal prosecutors filed criminal charges against Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and Ramesh Balwani, the blood-testing company's former No. 2 executive, alleging that they defrauded investors out of hundreds of millions of dollars and defrauded doctors and patients.

WSJ Asia
Jun 16, 2018

China Delivers on Retaliatory Tariffs as Trade Feud Heats Up
Beijing retaliated against planned U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods by targeting high-value American exports, bringing the world's two biggest economies closer to an all-out trade war.

WSJ Asia
Jun 15, 2018

China Warns U.S. Firms as Trade War Brews: Buckle Up
While a trade battle between the U.S. and China would inflict pain on businesses and consumers in both countries, in the crosshairs, in particular, are multinationals with a footprint in the mainland.

WSJ Asia
Jun 15, 2018

'What's He Doing Here?': Inside Trump's Turbulent Relationship With Michael Cohen
At the Trump Organization, the future president appreciated Michael Cohen's loyalty but doubted his professional abilities and judgment—so much so that he once cut the lawyer's $400,000 salary roughly in half and sometimes reassigned his projects to others.

WSJ Asia
Jun 15, 2018

Chip Makers: We'll End Up Paying Tariffs on Our Own Goods
The U.S. semiconductor industry bristled at President Donald Trump's plan to impose tariffs on about $50 billion of Chinese goods, arguing they will hurt American business and make the country less competitive.

WSJ Asia
Jun 15, 2018

Trade Fears Threaten Best Year in Commodities Since 2002
Commodity markets, reveling in their best year since 2002, tumbled Friday as new tariffs announced by the U.S. and China reignited fears of a trade war.

WSJ Asia
Jun 15, 2018

Apple to Stick With Cheaper Screens as Consumers Balk at iPhone X Price Tag
Apple is developing production plans for its next iPhones that stress cheaper liquid-crystal displays, in a sign of consumers' sensitivity to the price of smartphones.

WSJ Asia
Jun 15, 2018

China's Ghost Towns Haunt Its Economy
As debt piles up, whole new cities of apartment towers sit largely empty amid flashy amenities such as museums, stadiums and a replica of the Sphinx; residents wonder when they'll have neighbors.

WSJ Asia
Jun 15, 2018

DOJ Report Blasts FBI Agents, Comey Over Clinton Email Probe
A long-awaited report on the FBI's handling of the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server found missteps by then-Director James Comey but no evidence that the probe's conclusions were affected by bias or other political considerations.

WSJ Asia
Jun 14, 2018

Alleged Ringleader in 1MDB Scandal Sought Deal With Malaysia but Was Rejected
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad turned down Jho Low's offer to drop his claim to more than a billion dollars in assets in exchange for immunity.

WSJ Asia
Jun 14, 2018

Trump Approves Tariffs on About $50 Billion of Chinese Goods
President Donald Trump approved tariffs on about $50 billion of Chinese goods, people familiar with the decision said, as the U.S. ratchets up its trade fight with Beijing over China's alleged pressure on U.S. firms to transfer technology to Chinese partners.

WSJ Asia
Jun 14, 2018

Why Asia's Emerging Markets Are Looking Better Than Their Peers
The relative comfort with emerging Asia's central banks and improvements in the region's economic weak spots, such as inflation and current-account balances, have started to lure some long-term investors back.

WSJ Asia
Jun 14, 2018

Japan's Abe Considers Joining in Diplomacy With North Korea
The prime minister is weighing a summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to seek a breakthrough in a dispute over Japanese citizens abducted by Pyongyang.

WSJ Asia
Jun 14, 2018

AT&T's Time Warner Prize---A Load of Hollywood Headaches
The telecom giant's legal odyssey may soon seem like a breeze compared to delivering on the promise of the $80 billion deal. A major challenge will be integrating a staid phone company with an entertainment behemoth filled with larger-than-life personalities.

WSJ Asia
Jun 14, 2018

U.S. Seeks to Disarm North Korea in Trump's First Term
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.S. hopes to achieve "major disarmament" of North Korea's nuclear arsenal during President Trump's first term in office.

WSJ Asia
Jun 14, 2018

$65 Billion Comcast Bid for Fox Assets Sets Off Disney Fight
Comcast made an unsolicited offer to buy most of 21st Century Fox for roughly $65 billion, kicking off a bidding war with Walt Disney as the two media titans jockey for position in a business undergoing tumultuous change.

WSJ Asia
Jun 14, 2018

Fed Raises Interest Rates, Sets Stage for Two More in 2018
Federal Reserve officials signaled Wednesday they could pick up the pace of interest-rate increases this year and next to keep a rapidly expanding economy on an even keel.

WSJ Asia
Jun 13, 2018

U.S. Preparing to Proceed With Tariffs on Chinese Goods
The Trump administration is preparing to levy tariffs on tens of billions of dollars of Chinese goods in the coming week, perhaps as early as Friday—a move that's likely to spark retaliation from Beijing.

WSJ Asia
Jun 13, 2018

WeWork in Talks With SoftBank to Double Valuation to as Much as $40 Billion
SoftBank Group Corp. is in discussions to invest another giant slug of capital in WeWork Cos., with a potential deal that would value the shared-office company at $35 billion to $40 billion, people familiar with the matter said.

WSJ Asia
Jun 13, 2018

White House Seeks to Block Senate Bid to Kill ZTE Deal
The White House will try to block language in the Senate defense bill aimed at derailing a Trump-brokered deal to resuscitate Chinese telecom giant ZTE.

WSJ Asia
Jun 13, 2018

Judge Rules AT&T Can Acquire Time Warner
A federal judge ruled that AT&T can proceed with its blockbuster acquisition of Time Warner without any conditions, marking a historic defeat for the Justice Department that could rewrite the media landscape and set the stage for other deals.

WSJ Asia
Jun 13, 2018

Trump's 'War Game' Stoppage Sows Confusion
The White House said the U.S. military would continue to train with its South Korean counterparts and conduct military drills—but not large-scale, joint exercises—in a clarification of an offer by President Donald Trump to North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un.

WSJ Asia
Jun 12, 2018

Toyota Plans Billion-Dollar Investment in Ride-Hailing Startup Grab
The deal is one of Toyota's largest investments outside of its core business of making cars. Chief Executive Akio Toyoda, who has said the automotive business will be in jeopardy in a future of self-driving and shared vehicles, has pushed his company to break into new businesses to ensure its survival.

WSJ Asia
Jun 12, 2018

ZTE Shares Plunge About 40% as Trading Resumes
ZTE shares plummeted in the opening minutes of trading in Hong Kong, wiping out nearly $8 billion in market value and reflecting investors' unease about the future of the Chinese telecommunications giant following devastating U.S. sanctions.

WSJ Asia
Jun 12, 2018

Wall Street Firms Face a New $15 Billion Hurdle in China
China's promise to liberalize access to its securities markets comes with a new hurdle for Wall Street firms, leaving them uncertain about meeting hefty asset requirements to do business in the world's second-largest economy.

WSJ Asia
Jun 12, 2018

CK Infrastructure Bids More Than $9 Billion for Australian Pipeline Firm
Victor Li, the new chairman of Hong Kong's CK Infrastructure, moved to expand the empire built by his billionaire father, Li Ka-shing, by offering more than $9 billion for an Australian pipeline operator.

WSJ Asia
Jun 12, 2018

Tesla Cutting About 9% of Global Workforce
Car maker Tesla is cutting about 9% of its global workforce, or 3,500 workers, according to a memo to employees that says the move is aimed at reducing costs and becoming profitable.

WSJ Asia
Jun 12, 2018

Invented at Duke, Financed in Beijing: Powerful Spy Camera Shows China's AI Ambition
After failing to win over financial backers and customers in the U.S., David Brady moved his tech startup to China. The project's shift east offers insight into how China is emerging as a global player in pioneering technologies.

WSJ Asia
Jun 12, 2018

Senators Move to Sink Trump's ZTE Deal
In a rare rebuke of President Donald Trump, Republican Senate leaders set up a vote for this week that would undo the White House deal to revive Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corp.

WSJ Asia
Jun 11, 2018

The Fed's Biggest Dilemma: Is the Booming Job Market a Problem?
Jerome Powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, must decide whether today's extremely low unemployment will push up labor costs and feed inflation, as it has done in the past. The wrong decision could cripple the economy.

WSJ Asia
Jun 11, 2018

HSBC CEO Promises to Invest $17 Billion in Technology, Asia Growth
HSBC's new chief executive said the bank is in growth mode and plans to invest up to $17 billion in China and new technologies, but ruled out major acquisitions in the near future.

WSJ Asia
Jun 11, 2018

Pompeo Says U.S. Relationship With G-7 Still Strong Despite Public Fight
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo played down the rift between the U.S. and its allies after President Donald Trump split from the other six leaders at Group of Seven summit in Canada amid tensions over U.S. trade demands.

WSJ Asia
Jun 11, 2018

U.S.-Canada Trade Feud Escalates After Fraught G-7 Summit
U.S. officials escalated President Donald Trump's criticisms of Canada's prime minister and the global trading system, heightening tensions with allies as Washington enters an important stretch of negotiations on several fronts.

WSJ Asia
Jun 10, 2018

Bitcoin Falls Sharply After Another Cryptocurrency Exchange Is Hacked
A South Korean cryptocurrency exchange said it suffered a "cyberintrusion," prompting bitcoin prices to fall sharply toward year lows.

WSJ Asia
Jun 10, 2018

Trump, Kim Jong Un Gird for High-Stakes Summit in Singapore
President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived here to set the groundwork for a high-stakes summit that could reshape the security environment in Asia, amid questions about whether the talks will be more substance or symbolism.

WSJ Asia
Jun 10, 2018

The Art of the Foreign-Policy Deal: An Insider's Guide to Trump's Tactics
An examination of key foreign-policy moments, many previously undisclosed, from the president's first 16 months reveals the traits he brings to bear in international dealings.

WSJ Asia
Jun 10, 2018

China Sets 'Red Line' for U.S. Ceremony in Taiwan
The U.S. is opening a new compound for its de facto embassy in Taiwan, and China has expressed concern about who will attend, adding new tensions over a longstanding flashpoint between Washington and Beijing.

WSJ Asia
Jun 10, 2018

Trump Says U.S. Won't Endorse G-7 Communiqué, Threatens Auto Tariffs
In an unprecedented move, President Donald Trump said the U.S. wouldn't endorse the final communiqué released at the end of the summit, citing "false statements" by Canada's prime minister.

WSJ Asia
Jun 09, 2018

Trump: I'll Know If Korean Summit Will Succeed 'Within the First Minute'
President Trump said he would know "in the first minute" whether a coming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would be a success.

WSJ Asia
Jun 09, 2018

Chinese Firm's Takeover of Genworth Financial Passes U.S. Security Review
A U.S. national security panel approved a Chinese conglomerate's $2.7 billion takeover of Richmond, Va.-based insurer Genworth Financial Inc., after the companies convinced authorities they would take extraordinary steps to secure Americans' personal data.

WSJ Asia
Jun 09, 2018

Your Next Robot Encounter: Dinner, Drinks and a Massage
Collaborative robots that work alongside humans—"cobots"—are getting cheaper and easier to program. That is encouraging businesses to put them to work at new tasks in bars, restaurants and clinics.

WSJ Asia
Jun 08, 2018

From 'Punk Kid' to 21st Century Tyrant: Kim Jong Un Seizes His Moment
Once seen as a sadistic recluse who lacked the confidence to meet a single foreign leader during his first six years in power, the North Korean dictator is now on a diplomacy blitz, having won a coveted nuclear summit with President Donald Trump. Diplomats say it would be a big mistake to underestimate Mr. Kim—as many initially did.

WSJ Asia
Jun 08, 2018

Chinese Hackers Stole Secret U.S. Submarine-Warfare Data, Military Says
The Defense Department's inspector general is investigating a security breach after Chinese hackers allegedly stole large amounts of sensitive data from a Navy contractor.

WSJ Asia
Jun 08, 2018

Donald Trump's Call for Russia to Rejoin G-7 Jolts Start of Summit
President Donald Trump's call to have Russia rejoin the Group of Seven industrialized nations and his recent imposition of metals tariffs on U.S. allies rattled the start of the G-7 summit, exposing fissures among the group's members.

WSJ Asia
Jun 08, 2018

Facebook Gave Some Firms Special Access to Data After Cutoff
Facebook struck customized data-sharing deals that gave select companies special access to user records well after the point in 2015 that the social network has said it walled off that information, according to court documents, company officials and people familiar with the matter.

WSJ Asia
Jun 08, 2018

Step One in Disarming North Korea: Knowing What's in Kim's Arsenal
The hardest part about disarming North Korea may be knowing where to start.

WSJ Asia
Jun 08, 2018

Jack Ma's Ant Valued Around $150 Billion After Funding Round
The financial-technology giant said it raised about $14 billion from domestic and global investors in one of the largest private-capital raises ever.

WSJ Asia
Jun 08, 2018

Malaysia Looks to Arrest Financier Jho Low Over 1MDB Scandal
Jho Low, the alleged brains behind one of the world's largest financial scandals in recent years, is officially now a fugitive after Malaysia's Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said investigators are seeking his arrest.

WSJ Asia
Jun 08, 2018

'Get Moving': How Trump Ratcheted Up the Trade Battle With China
A tumultuous decision-making process inside the White House led to an abrupt turn toward tariffs. Aides have cursed at one another in front of the president as they struggle to reconcile clashing views on whether to impose levies to force concessions.

WSJ Asia
Jun 07, 2018

Jack Ma's Ant Raises $14 Billion
The financial-technology giant has solidified its position as one of the world's most valuable private companies with one of the largest private-capital raises on record.

WSJ Asia
Jun 07, 2018

Lawmakers Take Aim at Chinese Tech Firms
China hawks in Congress lost a battle over ZTE when the Trump administration announced a deal Thursday to resuscitate the Chinese telecom giant, but they made it clear their war against Chinese technology firms is far from over.

WSJ Asia
Jun 07, 2018

The Hard Part for Trump: Making North Korea Keep Summit Promises
President Donald Trump's effort to wrestle a commitment from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to yield his nuclear weapons program in exchange for security guarantees is just the start of a complex process.

WSJ Asia
Jun 07, 2018

IMF, Argentina Agree on $50 Billion Bailout Deal
The International Monetary Fund and Argentina reached an agreement for a $50 billion credit line to stem a drop in the value of the Argentine peso and shore up the government of President Mauricio Macri as he accelerates plans to reduce fiscal deficits.

WSJ Asia
Jun 06, 2018

Trump's Steel Tariffs Could Mess With Texas
Damage to U.S. industry from higher metal prices will be widespread. One of the biggest losers could be the industry best poised to reduce the U.S. trade deficit itself: oil and gas.

WSJ Asia
Jun 06, 2018

ZTE Nears Deal to End U.S. Ban, but Customers Are Antsy
ZTE is nearing a deal with the U.S. to save its business, but the Chinese telecom giant faces more battles ahead as losses pile up and aggrieved customers demand compensation for delayed projects.

WSJ Asia
Jun 06, 2018

U.S. Trade Is Trump's Main Focus at G-7 Gathering
President Trump, heading into this weekend's meeting of the Group of Seven industrialized nations, has signaled his intention to continue pursuing an aggressive trade agenda even if it comes at the expense of U.S. standing in the world.

WSJ Asia
Jun 06, 2018

Singapore Gears Up as the Trump-Kim Show Gets Ready to Roll
Even by the standards of the efficient and ultramodern city-state, hosting the summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is a huge undertaking.

WSJ Asia
Jun 06, 2018

Hot Property in Korea: Good View of the DMZ, May Have Land Mines
Hopes for a lasting deal between the U.S. and North Korea are driving some courageous investors to place the ultimate bet on peace: They're snapping up land in South Korea near the heavily fortified demilitarized zone.

WSJ Asia
Jun 06, 2018

Western Cities Want to Slow Flood of Chinese Home Buying. Nothing Works.
Governments from Vancouver to Sydney to Toronto have imposed taxes and restrictions to tamp down the real-estate bubbles caused by unrelenting overseas demand. They've found the money simply moves elsewhere, and often returns.

WSJ Asia
Jun 06, 2018

Ex-CIA Officer's Case Highlights Fears About Reach of Chinese Spying
Prosecutors have laid out a case they said shows the former CIA officer Kevin Mallory was approached in a textbook manner by Chinese intelligence agents and responded as a recruited spy would.

WSJ Asia
Jun 06, 2018

American Job Openings Now Outnumber the Jobless
For the first time since record-keeping began in 2000, the number of available positions exceeded the number of American job seekers.

WSJ Asia
Jun 05, 2018

1MDB Scandal: Malaysia's Central Bank Governor Offers Resignation
Muhammad Ibrahim has offered to resign following revelations that proceeds from a $503 million land purchase by the bank was used to bail out the troubled state fund.

WSJ Asia
Jun 05, 2018

Facebook Confirms Data-Sharing Deals With Chinese Firms
Facebook said it struck data partnerships with at least four Chinese electronics firms, including Huawei, which U.S. officials view as a potential tool for state-sponsored spying.

WSJ Asia
Jun 05, 2018

China Offers to Buy $70 Billion in Goods to Fend Off Tariffs
China offered to purchase nearly $70 billion of U.S. farm, manufacturing and energy products if the Trump administration abandons threatened tariffs, according to people briefed on the latest negotiations with American trade officials.

WSJ Asia
Jun 05, 2018

The Hottest Jeans Cost $2,000 and Are Made in Japan
The quintessential American fashion item is getting reimagined by a small group of Japanese brands.

WSJ Asia
Jun 05, 2018

Tesla Says 'Quite Likely' to Meet 5,000-A-Week Model 3 Production Goal
Tesla will "quite likely" meet its goal of making 5,000 Model 3 cars in a single week by the end of the month, CEO Elon Musk said.

WSJ Asia
Jun 05, 2018

South Korea Fends Off Chinese, Russian Cyberattacks, U.S. Researcher Says
Russian and Chinese hackers have targeted South Korean entities, likely government groups, ahead of next week's U.S.-North Korea summit, a cybersecurity researcher says.

WSJ Asia
Jun 04, 2018

Mueller's Office Accuses Paul Manafort of Trying to Tamper With Potential Witnesses
Special counsel Robert Mueller's office accused former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort of trying to tamper with potential witnesses in the criminal lobbying case he faces in Washington and sought to revoke his release before trial.

WSJ Asia
Jun 04, 2018

Afghan Clerics Call Suicide Attacks a Sin. Then, a Bomber Strikes
A suspected Islamic State suicide bomber struck a meeting of Afghanistan's top clerics and religious scholars in the capital, killing 14 people.

WSJ Asia
Jun 04, 2018

As Trump Plans North Korea Summit, Defectors Tell Harrowing Stories
Torture and starvation in political prison camps, public executions and forced abortions persist in North Korea, defectors from the country say, repression that's been largely ignored as leader Kim Jong Un seeks to rehabilitate his international image with a swing to diplomacy.

WSJ Asia
Jun 04, 2018

Iron-Ore Miners Bend to Chinese Preferences
Global miners are jockeying to export higher-priced and higher iron-content ore to China's steel sector, which is shifting to greener mills that run better on higher-grade ore.

WSJ Asia
Jun 04, 2018

How China Skirts America's Antidumping Tariffs on Steel
China's government-backed steel manufacturers have avoided steep U.S. and EU levies by shutting production at home and expanding overseas. By owning production abroad, they aim to gain largely unfettered access to global markets.

WSJ Asia
Jun 04, 2018

U.S., China End Latest Trade Talks Without Settlement
U.S. and Chinese negotiators wrapped up their latest round of trade talks without a settlement, with Beijing saying it won't abide by any deal if Washington goes ahead with threatened tariffs.

WSJ Asia
Jun 03, 2018

Global Growth Story Fades, Dimming Market Optimism
Stock indexes that rode accelerating global growth to fresh records in January are now hamstrung by a moderate but unmistakable slowdown in economic momentum.

WSJ Asia
Jun 03, 2018

Global Trade Tensions Intensify
The Trump administration showed no sign of backing down from restrictive tariffs in the face of pushback from allies and China, complicating the president's meeting this week with leaders of the U.S.'s staunchest partners.

WSJ Asia
Jun 03, 2018

Merkel Outlines Plan to Overhaul EU
The German chancellor outlined proposals for overhauling and strengthening the architecture of the European Union, including combining nations' defense capabilities and building a common investment fund for the eurozone.

WSJ Asia
Jun 03, 2018

Australia's Commonwealth Bank Agrees to Settle Civil Lawsuit
Commonwealth Bank agreed to pay an almost $530 million fine to settle a civil lawsuit that revealed numerous breaches of the country's Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Act.

WSJ Asia
Jun 02, 2018

Mattis Warns Beijing Over Militarizing the South China Sea
The U.S. and China seem to be headed for a more confrontational relationship in Southeast Asia as Washington warns of a more aggressive response to the militarization of islands in the South China Sea.

WSJ Asia
Jun 02, 2018

U.S. Companies Have Been Doing a Lot of Apologizing to China
American companies have lately been quick to apologize for offending Chinese sensibilities, but business and trade consultants suggest there are ways to avoid the pitfalls.

WSJ Asia
Jun 02, 2018

U.S. Allies Condemn American Trade Actions
In a sign of the massive rift between the U.S. and countries typically considered its closest allies, six of the G-7 finance ministers released a unanimous condemnation of U.S. trade actions.

WSJ Asia
Jun 02, 2018

After Leader's Ouster, 'The Leash Is Off' for Malaysia's Scrappy Media
Newspapers and broadcasters have discovered a more independent voice since former Prime Minister Najib Razak was voted out of office last month.

WSJ Asia
Jun 02, 2018

Spy Squad, Politicians Target South Korea's Peeping Toms
Hidden-camera sex crimes have become so prevalent in South Korea that Seoul has a 50-person squad to sweep public restrooms, and President Moon Jae-in has made the issue a national priority.

WSJ Asia
Jun 02, 2018

South Korea: We Need to Give Kim Jong Un Room to Change the North
South Korea's defense minister said the world should give Kim Jong Un the benefit of the doubt as he prepares for a summit with President Trump, and undue suspicion about his motives could hinder the diplomatic process.

WSJ Asia
Jun 01, 2018

U.S. in Early Talks for Potential Trump-Putin Summit
The White House is planning for a possible summit between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to people familiar with the efforts.

WSJ Asia
Jun 01, 2018

Brisk Hiring Pushes Jobless Rate Down to 3.8% as Wages Rise
Americans traditionally left behind as jobs and wages grow are reaping the benefits of a tightening labor market, with an unemployment rate that fell to an 18-year low in May and U.S. employers and payrolls rising by 223,000.

WSJ Asia
Jun 01, 2018

'The Leash Is Off': Malaysia Media Gets Scrappy After Autocrat's Ouster
Newspapers and broadcasters have discovered a more independent voice since former Prime Minister Najib Razak's long-entrenched political group lost the vote last month.

WSJ Asia
Jun 01, 2018

Trump Says Summit With Kim Back On After Meeting Envoy
President Donald Trump said his on-again, off-again summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will proceed in Singapore on June 12 as initially planned, another dramatic turn in the diplomatic saga.

WSJ Asia
Jun 01, 2018

Apple Looks to Expand Advertising Business With New Network for Apps
Apple has met with Snap, Pinterest and others about participating in an Apple network that would distribute ads across apps.

WSJ Asia
Jun 01, 2018

U.S., China Haggle Over Purchases of American Goods
U.S. and Chinese trade negotiators are haggling over how to get Beijing to keep recent promises to purchase more American farm and energy products, with Washington pushing for long-term contracts.

WSJ Asia
Jun 01, 2018

Modi Lays Out Strategy to Bolster India's Regional Role
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi set out his vision for a "new Indo-Pacific"—widely seen as a framework for closer ties between the U.S., India and regional powers wary of China's rise—but sought to dispel the view that it was aimed at containing Beijing.

WSJ Asia
Jun 01, 2018

Middle East Power Struggle Plays Out on New Stage
The Horn of Africa is taking in billions in investment from Saudi Arabia, U.A.E., China and others vying for ports and military bases, in a contest that could affect access to the Suez Canal and the balance of power in the region.

WSJ Asia
Jun 01, 2018

U.S. Tariffs Prompt Anger, Retaliation From Trade Allies
The Trump administration raised the prospect of a global trade war by imposing tariffs on imports from its closest neighbors and allies, who swiftly pledged to retaliate with levies of their own.

WSJ Asia
May 31, 2018

Samsonite CEO Packs His Bags a Week After Short-Seller Attack
Samsonite International said its chief executive resigned effective immediately, a week after a short seller claimed the executive had misrepresented himself as having a doctorate.

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