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WSJ Asia
Oct 21, 2018

Taiwanese Passenger Train Derailment Kills at Least 17
A Taiwanese passenger train derailed Sunday afternoon, killing at least 17 and leaving more than 120 injured, the island's rail bureau said.

WSJ Asia
Oct 21, 2018

Interest in Midterms Surges, Along With Trump Approval Rating
Voter interest in the midterm elections has surged to records, helping to drive up President Trump's approval rating while maintaining the Democrats' lead as the party most preferred to lead Congress, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll has found.

WSJ Asia
Oct 21, 2018

U.S. Tries to Uphold Saudi Alliance
The Trump administration, under pressure to sanction Saudi Arabia over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, is seeking ways to maintain the two countries' strategic alliance.

WSJ Asia
Oct 21, 2018

Russian Officials Slam Trump's Plans to Exit Nuclear Treaty
National security adviser John Bolton, a longtime critic of a landmark nuclear treaty with Russia, is expected to meet with President Vladimir Putin and other top officials in Moscow on Monday, according to U.S. and Russian officials, as tensions rise over what Washington calls the country's violations of the pact.

WSJ Asia
Oct 21, 2018

Beijing's Top Official in Macau Dies in a Fall
Beijing's highest-ranked official in the world's biggest casino market was found dead on Saturday, according to a government statement.

WSJ Asia
Oct 21, 2018

Bull Market's Latest Hurdle: Slowing Sales Growth
Firms from BlackRock to IBM report disappointing quarterly sales, citing such factors as cautious customers, rising costs and a stronger dollar.

WSJ Asia
Oct 21, 2018

U.S., EU Trade Teams Seek Fast Results and Big Savings
U.S. and European trade negotiators are focused on aligning regulations on goods and services as they seek to cement a July trade cease-fire between President Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.

WSJ Asia
Oct 20, 2018

Goldman Changes Asia Banking Leadership as New CEO Digs In
Goldman Sachs is shaking up its leadership in Asia, where a high-profile corruption scandal has dampened an otherwise strong stretch of deal-making.

WSJ Asia
Oct 20, 2018

Scandal Over Dead Journalist Jolts Heir to Saudi Throne
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, secure for now, is scrambling to contain global backlash over the killing of government critic Jamal Khashoggi in Saudi Arabia's Istanbul consulate.

WSJ Asia
Oct 20, 2018

China Finds Big-Ticket Spending Is a Road to Nowhere
Beijing is trying to kick its habit of using big-ticket stimulus spending on infrastructure, a turning point from a growth model that has left many Chinese cities adorned with empty high-rises and underused highways.

WSJ Asia
Oct 20, 2018

As Brexit Drags On, Investors Seek More Protection
This week's stall in Brexit talks dashed any immediate hope of clarity over what Britain's eventual deal with the EU—if there is one at all—might look like. That left investors still looking for ways to protect themselves.

WSJ Asia
Oct 20, 2018

Defense Chiefs Seek Friendlier Skies Over Asia's Military Flashpoints
Eighteen nations including the U.S. and China agreed to sign up to guidelines governing potentially dangerous encounters by military aircraft, a step toward stabilizing flashpoints but one that leaves enough wiggle room to ignore the new standards when a country wants.

WSJ Asia
Oct 20, 2018

Will Tech Leave Detroit in the Dust?
As IPO proposals value Uber at an eye-popping $120 billion, auto makers are racing to gain ground in everything from car sharing to driverless technology. At stake: who will control the future of transportation.

WSJ Asia
Oct 20, 2018

Afghan Elections Delayed in Kandahar After Taliban Attack
As the body of one of Afghanistan's most vaunted anti-Taliban fighters was laid to rest in the southern city of Kandahar, the implications of his assassination reverberated across the country, deepening the sense of political uncertainty.

WSJ Asia
Oct 20, 2018

China's Export Engine Likely to Cool, Further Slowing Growth
As China's economic growth weakens faster than expected and uncertainty from the trade fight with the U.S. casts a shadow over business, a surprising driver has been exports. But that may soon peter out.

WSJ Asia
Oct 20, 2018

Can Detroit Become a Software Business?
As IPO proposals value Uber at an eye-popping $120 billion, auto makers are racing to gain ground in everything from car sharing to driverless technology. At stake: who will control the future of transportation.

WSJ Asia
Oct 19, 2018

Fight at Consulate Led to Journalist's Death, Saudis Say
Saudi Arabia early Saturday acknowledged for the first time journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside its consulate in Istanbul, capping weeks of uncertainty over the fate of the Saudi government critic.

WSJ Asia
Oct 19, 2018

U.S. Charges Russian With Trying to Influence 2018 Midterms
The U.S. charged a Russian with conspiring to influence the 2018 midterms by engaging in information warfare in the first-known case targeting the November campaign.

WSJ Asia
Oct 19, 2018

Former Chinese Internet Czar Pleads Guilty to Corruption
Lu Wei, the man who once led President Xi Jinping's campaign to turn China into a cyberpower, pleaded guilty to corruption charges in a case that Beijing has trumpeted as a demonstration of its commitment to a wide-ranging antigraft crackdown.

WSJ Asia
Oct 19, 2018

China Growth Slows to 6.5%; Finance Officials Try to Soothe Worried Investors
China's economic expansion slowed to its weakest pace since the financial crisis, as top financial regulators launched an extraordinary coordinated effort to calm jittery investors.

WSJ Asia
Oct 18, 2018

Tech Startups Stoke Market for IPOs
After years on the stock market's sidelines, a number of highly valued Silicon Valley companies are gearing up to go public as soon as next year. Among the IPO candidates are ride-sharing companies Uber Technologies and Lyft, and data-mining specialist Palantir Technologies.

WSJ Asia
Oct 18, 2018

Powerful Afghan Police Chief Killed in Attack; Top U.S. Commander Escapes
One of Afghanistan's most powerful figures was killed and the top U.S. commander in the country escaped unharmed as bodyguards opened fire following a meeting.

WSJ Asia
Oct 18, 2018

Trump Talks Tough, Sends Mixed Signals on Saudis
President Trump said Thursday that a prominent Saudi journalist is likely dead and his Treasury secretary called off plans to attend a Saudi investment conference next week, amid strains over how to react to the suspected death of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

WSJ Asia
Oct 18, 2018

America Struggles to Take Its Pigs to World's Biggest Market
Chinese consumers are increasingly hungry for pork. With U.S. imports more expensive because of tariffs, companies around the world see an opportunity for long-term business—and for a fundamental realignment in the global supply chain.

WSJ Asia
Oct 18, 2018

Oil Prices Could Fall Further on Rising U.S. Oil Supplies, OPEC Says
Rising crude oil inventories and increased output in the U.S. could push oil prices down in the coming weeks, an internal OPEC report said Thursday.

WSJ Asia
Oct 18, 2018

Mnuchin Won't Go to Saudi Conference
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says he won't attend a Saudi investment summit amid tensions over the disappearance and suspected killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

WSJ Asia
Oct 18, 2018

Taliban Kill Afghan Police Chief
One of Afghanistan's most powerful figures was killed and the top U.S. commander in the country escaped unharmed as bodyguards opened fire following a meeting.

WSJ Asia
Oct 18, 2018

Banker Who Drives for Uber Puts Morgan Stanley in Lead to Land IPO
As Uber's market debut looms, Morgan Stanley's top tech banker has taken center stage. He has moonlighted for years as a driver for the ride-hailing service, which may help the bank win the role of top underwriter.

WSJ Asia
Oct 18, 2018

American Pork, Hit by Tariffs, Struggles to Keep Pace
Chinese consumers are increasingly hungry for pork. With U.S. imports more expensive, companies around the world see an opportunity for long-term business—and for a fundamental realignment in the global supply chain.

WSJ Asia
Oct 18, 2018

U.S. Startup Accuses Huawei of Trying to Steal Its Technology
An escalating battle between the U.S. and China for tech supremacy is playing out in federal court between Huawei and a Silicon Valley startup backed by Microsoft.

WSJ Asia
Oct 18, 2018

Inflation Is Back---and Unilever, Nestlé Are Taking Advantage
Two of the world's largest consumer-goods companies, Unilever and Nestlé, reported stronger sales as a wave of inflation in many markets emboldened them to raise prices.

WSJ Asia
Oct 18, 2018

Ease or Squeeze? U.S., Seoul Split Over North Korea Policy
Friction is growing between South Korea and the U.S. over how best to persuade North Korea to give up its nuclear program, with Washington maintaining pressure and Seoul seeking to ease sanctions.

WSJ Asia
Oct 17, 2018

The World's Biggest Exporter Rebrands Itself as a Big Buyer
Facing U.S. trade sanctions, China is cultivating a new image as an importer of goods and services, with President Xi hosting a big tradeshow in November to keep his pledge to rebalance China's economy.

WSJ Asia
Oct 17, 2018

Trump Says He Wants Answers on Missing Journalist but Emphasizes Saudis' Importance
President Trump said he wanted answers in the case of a missing dissident journalist but stressed the importance of protecting business and security ties with Saudi Arabia, as Washington tried to navigate a dispute that has pitted two powers against each other.

WSJ Asia
Oct 17, 2018

U.S. Criticizes China's Currency Practices, but Doesn't Add Manipulator Designation
The U.S. Treasury again passed up a formal opportunity to designate China a "currency manipulator," but singled out the nation's currency practices as a source of "particular concern."

WSJ Asia
Oct 17, 2018

New Cyberdefenses Planned for Connected Devices
Two SoftBank-backed companies are teaming up to thwart hackers pummeling some of the cyberworld's most vulnerable targets (think lightbulbs and thermostats).

WSJ Asia
Oct 17, 2018

Ties to Saudi Prince Weigh on SoftBank Fund's Future
Billionaire Japanese tech investor Masayoshi Son and Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman have been mutual supporters and business partners—but the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has cast a shadow.

WSJ Asia
Oct 17, 2018

Facebook Finds Hack Done by Spammers, Not Foreign State
The company believes the hackers who accessed 30 million accounts masqueraded as a digital marketing firm and were driven by greed, not ideology.

WSJ Asia
Oct 17, 2018

Edward Lampert, the Hedge-Fund Star Who Bet on Sears, Is Unrepentant
He made billions for investors in his ESL Investments fund by bucking naysayers. At the storied American retailer, which filed for bankruptcy this week, his instincts proved wrong.

WSJ Asia
Oct 17, 2018

Uber Proposals Value Company at $120 Billion Ahead of Possible IPO
The ride-hailing company recently received proposals from banks valuing it at as much as $120 billion in an initial public offering that could take place early next year.

WSJ Asia
Oct 17, 2018

Stocks Surge, Erasing Recent Losses
U.S. stocks surged, sending the Dow industrials up more than 500 points, as upbeat economic and earnings reports provided investors with new evidence that the domestic expansion remains on a strong footing.

WSJ Asia
Oct 17, 2018

Turkey Details Alleged Killing of Saudi Journalist
Saudi operatives beat, drugged, killed and dismembered a dissident Saudi journalist in the presence of the kingdom's top diplomat in Istanbul, Turkish officials said. President Trump warned against finding Riyadh "guilty until proven innocent."

WSJ Asia
Oct 16, 2018

After a Year of Stonewalling, China Defends Muslim Detentions
A senior Chinese official offered the government's fullest defense so far of its mass detention program for Muslims in China's far west, saying it formed a bulwark for social stability and suggesting the detentions are voluntary.

WSJ Asia
Oct 16, 2018

Trump Complains About Rising Interest Rates, Calling the Fed 'My Biggest Threat'
President Trump reiterated his complaints that the Federal Reserve is raising short-term interest rates too fast, calling the U.S. central bank "my biggest threat."

WSJ Asia
Oct 16, 2018

Chief Justice Roberts Emphasizes Supreme Court's Independence
In his first comments on Kavanaugh controversy, the jurist tells an audience at the University of Minnesota, ‘We serve one nation'

WSJ Asia
Oct 16, 2018

Private-Equity Firm Abraaj Raised Billions Pledging to Do Good---Then It Fell Apart
Western investors piled into the Dubai-based Abraaj Group, whose founder, Arif Naqvi, pledged to make money by helping the poor in developing countries. Now it's the world's largest insolvent private-equity firm.

WSJ Asia
Oct 16, 2018

Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen Dies at 65
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who helped pioneer the personal-computer industry, died just two weeks after revealing that a cancer he successfully received treatment for several years ago had returned.

WSJ Asia
Oct 15, 2018

Google's CEO Defends Potential Return to China
Google's chief executive defended his company's plan to explore a search engine tailored for users in China despite concerns about censorship.

WSJ Asia
Oct 15, 2018

Saudis Weigh Saying Journalist Was Killed by Mistake
The Saudi government is considering issuing a statement saying that rogue operatives killed dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi by mistake during an interrogation gone wrong.

WSJ Asia
Oct 15, 2018

Sears, a Onetime Retail Giant, Now Banks on Bankruptcy
Sears controlling shareholder Edward Lampert spent years keeping the retailer out of bankruptcy court. Now a $300 million lifeline and a speedy chapter 11 sale may be his best chance at keeping control of its remains.

WSJ Asia
Oct 15, 2018

The Brewing Fight Over the Yuan
Hedge funds betting the Chinese currency will fall below 7 to the dollar for the first time in more than a decade, and Beijing is essentially saying, "no way."

WSJ Asia
Oct 15, 2018

Former 'Bad Bank' Boss Accused Over Bribes, Banquets and Boudoirs
A former Communist Party chief and ex-head of China's largest "bad bank" will be prosecuted for using his position for personal gain after being swept up in President Xi Jinping's yearslong crackdown on corruption.

WSJ Asia
Oct 15, 2018

Chinese Drugmaker's IPO Tests a Slumping Biotech Market
A Chinese cancer drug developer is pushing ahead with an initial public offering in Hong Kong, despite a global markets rout and the recent poor performance of other biotechnology startups that have listed in the city.

WSJ Asia
Oct 14, 2018

Tariffs Hit Those Trump Wants to Help: U.S. Factories
The Trump administration says tariffs on Chinese imports will shift manufacturing back to U.S. factories, but some companies that have done just that say the tariffs are hurting their business.

WSJ Asia
Oct 14, 2018

The Bad Trade-Offs Emerging Markets Face
Emerging markets worried about their falling currencies and investors rushing to the exits are raising interest rates and keeping a lid on spending, even though doing so is likely to hurt their long-term prospects.

WSJ Asia
Oct 14, 2018

U.S. Stocks Have Been an Anomaly in Global Markets. Not Anymore.
For months, U.S. stocks powered higher to records while most of the world's markets crumbled, a divergence that analysts and investors said wouldn't last. It didn't.

WSJ Asia
Oct 14, 2018

Welcome Back, Mr. Prime Minister, Sorry About the View Out Your Window
Mahathir Mohamad, in his second spin as Malaysia's leader at age 93, isn't totally happy with how the administrative capital he carved from the jungle decades ago has turned out. ‘Why did they want to build this high-rise building?'

WSJ Asia
Oct 14, 2018

Trump, Saudis Escalate Threats Over Disappearance of Saudi Journalist
The White House and Saudi Arabia traded sharp words over the suspected killing of a dissident Saudi journalist as the case tests the Trump administration efforts to make the kingdom the linchpin of its Middle East policy.

WSJ Asia
Oct 14, 2018

Trump, Calling Mattis a Democrat, Opens Door to His Exit
President Trump told "60 Minutes" that Defense Secretary Jim Mattis could be considering whether to step down and said that he sees the Pentagon chief as "sort of a Democrat."

WSJ Asia
Oct 14, 2018

Sears Set to File for Bankruptcy, With Its Survival in Question
As Sears plans to file for chapter 11 protection, the big question is whether a smaller Sears emerges from bankruptcy or whether the filing leads to a liquidation and a final end to the storied chain.

WSJ Asia
Oct 13, 2018

SoftBank Gives Startups Billions of Reasons to Hold Off IPOs
If SoftBank secures a majority stake in eight-year-old WeWork through its Vision Fund, the move would likely keep the shared office-space company private for years to come, employing what one venture capitalist calls "a holding-company philosophy."

WSJ Asia
Oct 13, 2018

In China, a Dot-Com Déjà-Vu
Tech startups, and their valuations, are booming in China. But where some investors see promise and reward, others see risk and a potential reckoning. How it will play out depends upon whom you ask.

WSJ Asia
Oct 13, 2018

Malaysia's Anwar a Step Closer to Power
Malaysian politician Anwar Ibrahim took a step closer to succeeding former enemy Mahathir Mohamad as the country's prime minister when he was elected to Parliament in a special election.

WSJ Asia
Oct 13, 2018

Power Play: Tiny East Timor Bets Big on Oil and Gas
Sixteen years after East Timor secured its independence, the government in this tiny nation is gambling on a huge new refinery complex to help secure its economic future. If the project falls short, the former colony risks ending up at the mercy of foreign powers again.

WSJ Asia
Oct 13, 2018

Rising Rates Not a Worry for Big Banks
Third-quarter earnings from JPMorgan, Citigroup and Wells Fargo showed the U.S. economy is performing well as consumer credit expands.

WSJ Asia
Oct 13, 2018

U.S., China Edge Closer to a Cold War
The Trump administration is moving to counter what it views as years of unbridled Chinese aggression, taking aim at military, political and economic targets in Beijing and signaling a new era in U.S.-China relations.

WSJ Asia
Oct 13, 2018

'You Just Realize It's All Gone': Hurricane Michael's Heavy Toll
One of the most powerful storms to ever strike the U.S. erased entire neighborhoods and leveled communities. "It looks apocalyptic," said a resident of Panama City, Fla., whose home was destroyed.

WSJ Asia
Oct 13, 2018

Mnuchin Says a Trump-Xi Trade Summit Is No Done Deal
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he is encouraging a meeting between President Trump and China's President Xi Jinping to address trade tensions, but that no final decision has been made on a potential summit.

WSJ Asia
Oct 12, 2018

Investor Shift Triggers Stocks' Wild Ride
A Friday bounceback couldn't save U.S. stocks from their worst week since March, as investors reassessed the value of American companies in the face of a long-awaited rise in interest rates.

WSJ Asia
Oct 12, 2018

Missing Journalist Was an Insider Willing to Cross Saudi Red Lines
Jamal Khashoggi, the missing Saudi journalist now presumed dead, rankled authorities with his socially liberal views and sympathy for the Muslim Brotherhood, but he was also an insider close to some of Saudi Arabia's most powerful princes.

WSJ Asia
Oct 12, 2018

Famous. Rich. Powerful. Missing.
In China, making an example of someone to intimidate others into compliance is an age-old tradition with its own proverb: "Kill the chicken to scare the monkeys." Lately, the Communist Party has used a number of high-profile disappearances to do that on a wide scale.

WSJ Asia
Oct 12, 2018

Turkey Says Recordings Are Evidence of Saudi Journalist's Killing
The Turkish government has what it describes as audio and video recordings purporting to show that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, and has shared the evidence with U.S. officials, according to people familiar with the matter.

WSJ Asia
Oct 11, 2018

FBI Personnel Recalled From Asia Amid Probe Into Prostitution, Partying
Several FBI employees have been recalled to Washington from cities in Asia in recent months as the agency investigates allegations related to parties and interactions with prostitutes, according to people familiar with the matter.

WSJ Asia
Oct 11, 2018

China's $3 Billion Bond Sale Defies Global Markets Slump
China sold $3 billion in U.S. dollar bonds, raising money as cheaply as some of America's strongest companies at a time of heightened tensions with its largest trading partner and in the midst of a global markets selloff.

WSJ Asia
Oct 11, 2018

Trump and Xi Plan to Meet Amid Trade Tension
With U.S. markets tanking and the trade battle with China intensifying, the White House decided to move ahead with plans for President Trump to meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping at a multilateral summit in November to see if the two leaders can find a way out of the mess.

WSJ Asia
Oct 11, 2018

U.S. Strengthens Controls on Nuclear Technology Exports to China
The U.S. implemented heightened controls on nuclear technology exports to China. U.S. officials say the move follows Chinese attempts to illicitly acquire the know-how.

WSJ Asia
Oct 11, 2018

Tencent Music Pauses IPO
Tencent is postponing its initial public offering until at least November because of the selloff in global markets, according to people familiar with the offering.

WSJ Asia
Oct 10, 2018

Hurricane Michael Pummels Florida Panhandle
Hurricane Michael slammed ashore Wednesday as one of the most powerful storms ever to hit the U.S., toppling houses, trees and power lines in its path through the Florida Panhandle.

WSJ Asia
Oct 10, 2018

Turkey Provides New Links to Alleged Saudi Role in Dissident's Killing
A team of Saudi operatives that Turkish officials suspect of killing a dissident Saudi journalist last week in what they call a brazen international assassination flew on a Gulfstream jet controlled by the kingdom's crown prince, said people familiar with the matter.

WSJ Asia
Oct 10, 2018

A Trio of Wealthy Russians Made an Enemy of Putin. Now They're All Dead.
Nikolai Glushkov, a close associate of the late oligarch Boris Berezovsky, was preparing to testify that Aeroflot was a corrupt instrument of Russian intelligence. Then, on the eve of his court date, he was strangled to death with a dog leash.

WSJ Asia
Oct 10, 2018

If This Is a Trade War, China's Winning
In a trade standoff with the West, China is indifferent to complaints over chronic imbalances. It's the behavior of a government that feels confident it has the upper hand.

WSJ Asia
Oct 10, 2018

Could North Korea Actually Shoot Down U.S. Bombers Off Its Coast?
North Korea can better target nearby U.S. aircraft with a new missile system, military analysts said, raising the stakes of any confrontation after Pyongyang warned it might shoot down American bombers in international airspace.

WSJ Asia
Oct 10, 2018

Package Deal: Alibaba Takes Control of Network With Two Million Couriers
The Chinese e-commerce giant has become the majority owner of affiliate Cainiao and plans to invest around $15 billion over five years to build its logistics network.

WSJ Asia
Oct 10, 2018

U.S. Officials Aim to Ease North Korea Tensions Amid Heated Rhetoric
U.S. officials emphasized the urgency of attempts at diplomacy to ease tensions with North Korea on Tuesday, while the U.S. stepped up sanctions amid an escalating war of words between Washington and Pyongyang.

WSJ Asia
Oct 10, 2018

TPG Group Seeks Buyers for Indonesian Finance Company
An investor group that includes TPG Capital is looking to sell its controlling stake in one of Indonesia's oldest finance companies, in a deal that could value the company at about $1 billion.

WSJ Asia
Oct 10, 2018

China Acknowledges Re-Education Centers for Uighurs
China has retroactively changed the law to legitimize its detention of hundreds of thousands of Muslim Uighurs amid an international outcry over human rights abuses against the ethnic minority.

WSJ Asia
Oct 10, 2018

Alleged Chinese Spy Accused of Stealing GE Trade Secrets
An alleged Chinese intelligence operative arrested in Belgium has been brought to the U.S. and charged with conspiring to steal trade secrets from GE Aviation and other companies, marking a rare break for the U.S. in its effort to target Chinese industrial spying.

WSJ Asia
Oct 10, 2018

Taiwan's President Criticizes China in Speech, Calls for Support for Island
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen praised the island as a beacon of democracy and urged China to avoid conflict, in a speech Beijing criticized.

WSJ Asia
Oct 09, 2018

Rupee Tumbles After Pakistan Requests IMF Bailout
The Pakistani rupee dropped steeply against the dollar after the government said it was seeking a bailout from the International Monetary Fund, which will likely lead to tough economic policies and slow the nation's economic growth.

WSJ Asia
Oct 09, 2018

Beijing Struggles to Keep Its Currency On Course
China's effort to support its slowing economy is heaping pressure on the yuan, signaling challenges for Beijing as it tries to stimulate growth amid rising trade tensions without triggering capital outflows.

WSJ Asia
Oct 09, 2018

Kim Jong Un Invites Pope Francis to North Korea
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has invited Pope Francis to Pyongyang in a new diplomatic outreach by the repressive regime as it negotiates a nuclear-disarmament deal with Washington.

WSJ Asia
Oct 09, 2018

IMF Warns of Possible Emerging-Markets Crisis
A new IMF study projects emerging economies will muddle through recent market turbulence without a severe shock to their financial systems, but flags an outside chance of a crisis.

WSJ Asia
Oct 09, 2018

SoftBank Discusses Taking Majority Stake in WeWork
SoftBank Group is in discussions to take a majority stake in WeWork, in what would be a giant bet on the eight-year-old provider of shared office space.

WSJ Asia
Oct 09, 2018

Thousands of Southerners Planted Trees for Retirement. It Didn't Work Out.
Too much pine and not enough saw mills spell years of depressed prices for the plantations of the South. For individual woodland owners who saw trees as a safe long-term investment, for college, retirement or a rainy day, one problem is a federal soil conservation program in the 1980s that spurred many farmers to turn their fields into forests.

WSJ Asia
Oct 09, 2018

HSBC to Pay $765 Million to Settle Probe
HSBC will pay $765 million to settle Justice Department claims that it willfully covered up risks associated with residential-mortgage products in the run-up to the last housing-market downturn.

WSJ Asia
Oct 09, 2018

Google Exposed User Data, Feared Repercussions of Disclosing to Public
Google exposed the private data of hundreds of thousands of users of the Google social network, though it didn't find evidence of misuse. The company opted not to disclose the issue this past spring, in part because of fears doing so would draw regulatory scrutiny.

WSJ Asia
Oct 08, 2018

Interpol's Chinese Ex-President Is in Hands of Beijing's Powerful Antigraft Agency
Meng Hongwei's case is the most high profile to reach the body since its creation seven months ago and has drawn attention to China's habit of detaining people without charge in investigations.

WSJ Asia
Oct 08, 2018

U.S.-China Tensions Break Out in Beijing
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo exchanged testy words with his Chinese counterpart as a rapid deterioration of bilateral ties threatens to jeopardize future cooperation over North Korea.

WSJ Asia
Oct 08, 2018

Chinese Exporters Find18,927 Ways to Avoid U.S. Trade Tariffs
There are 18,927 individual codes to identify goods the U.S. imports, and switching them around is an increasingly popular way some Chinese exporters are ducking proliferating American tariffs, say trade professionals. The plywood industry is a case in point.

WSJ Asia
Oct 08, 2018

Indonesia Will Stop Digging for Quake Victims
Indonesia will halt the search for bodies this week where thousands of people are believed to be missing in mountains of mud and wreckage from September's devastating earthquake and tsunami.

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