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WSJ Asia
Dec 09, 2018

China Vows 'Severe Consequences' If Huawei Official Is Not Released
China demanded that Canada immediately release the Huawei Technologies finance chief or face ‘severe consequences.'

WSJ Asia
Dec 08, 2018

Huawei Executive's Arrest Stirs Fears About Corporate Travel
The arrest of a prominent Chinese technology executive traveling overseas sparked concerns that U.S. executives may be vulnerable to retaliation.

WSJ Asia
Dec 08, 2018

Trump: Chief of Staff John Kelly to Leave Toward Year-End
President Trump said that chief of staff John Kelly will leave his post toward the end of 2018. Mr. Kelly's replacement—likely to be vice presidential aide Nick Ayers—is expected to be named in the coming days.

WSJ Asia
Dec 08, 2018

Bernie Madoff's Legacy: Whistleblower Inc.
Ten years ago, Bernie Madoff's multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme, the biggest fraud in U.S. history, shocked the financial world. Now an industry of bounty-hunting tipsters aims to cash in on the next big fraud.

WSJ Asia
Dec 08, 2018

Uber Joins Rival Lyft in Race for Listing
Uber filed paperwork confidentially this week for its initial public offering, according to people familiar with the matter, as it races with smaller rival Lyft to be the first to market.

WSJ Asia
Dec 08, 2018

China's Exports Slowed in November, but Surplus With U.S. Grew
Chinese exports slowed unexpectedly last month as demand weakened in most markets, except in the U.S. where strong growth in imports put China on track to post another record trade surplus.

WSJ Asia
Dec 08, 2018

Canadian Prosecutor Lays Out U.S. Allegations Against Huawei CFO
A Canadian prosecutor said Huawei's finance chief was arrested because of U.S. allegations that she fraudulently covered up the Chinese tech giant's control of a company was doing business in Iran.

WSJ Asia
Dec 07, 2018

Mueller's Team Says Cohen Gave Significant Help on Russia Probe
Michael Cohen, President Trump's former lawyer, provided significant assistance on Russia-related matters in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, including information about attempts by a Russian national to reach the Trump campaign, according to a court filing Friday.

WSJ Asia
Dec 07, 2018

Uber Lays Groundwork for IPO
Uber filed paperwork confidentially this week for its initial public offering, as it races with smaller rival Lyft to be the first to market.

WSJ Asia
Dec 07, 2018

Manafort Lied About Contacts With Trump Team, Mueller Says
Paul Manafort was in contact with Trump administration officials earlier this year, even though he told prosecutors he had no communications with them, special counsel Robert Mueller alleged in a filing describing lies he has said the president's former campaign chairman told prosecutors.

WSJ Asia
Dec 07, 2018

U.S. Stocks Fall Sharply Amid Trade Tensions, Growth Fears
Investors' retreat from U.S. stocks turned into a stampede Friday, with major indexes suffering declines of more than 4% for the week that made it the worst start to a December since 2008. The Dow fell more than 550 points amid trade-related tensions.

WSJ Asia
Dec 07, 2018

American Entrepreneurs Who Flocked to China Are Heading Home, Disillusioned
For years, American entrepreneurs saw opportunities in China. But worsening costs, taxation, tech transfer and increased regulations are prompting foreign-owned businesses to throw in the towel.

WSJ Asia
Dec 07, 2018

U.S. Companies Feel Pinch as Tariff Costs Mount
American companies that import products are paying record amounts in customs duties as more tariffs imposed by the Trump administration take effect.

WSJ Asia
Dec 07, 2018

Tesla Replaces General Counsel With Seasoned Trial Lawyer
The Silicon Valley electric-car maker plans to replace Todd Maron, a confidant of Elon Musk, with Washington, D.C., trial lawyer Dane Butswinkas.

WSJ Asia
Dec 07, 2018

U.S. Takes Aim at Huawei
The Trump administration's efforts to extradite the chief financial officer of China's Huawei Technologies Co. over criminal charges mark the start of an even more aggressive phase in the technology rivalry between the U.S. and China and will increase pressure on Washington's allies to shun the telecommunications company.

WSJ Asia
Dec 06, 2018

Fed Weighs Wait-And-See Approach on Future Rate Rises
Federal Reserve officials are considering whether to signal a new wait-and-see mentality after a likely interest-rate increase at their meeting in December, which could slow the pace of rate increases next year.

WSJ Asia
Dec 06, 2018

In Latin America, Awash in Crime, Citizens Impose Their Own Brutal Justice
Latin America has the world's highest murder rate. With little faith in the police or courts, mobs routinely kill suspected lawbreakers in spontaneous attacks. Many lynching victims are innocent.

WSJ Asia
Dec 06, 2018

Boeing Backs Out of Global IP Satellite Order Financed by China
Boeing said it was canceling a controversial satellite order that was financed by a Chinese government-owned firm, citing default for nonpayment.

WSJ Asia
Dec 06, 2018

Arrested Huawei Executive, Founder's Daughter, Seen as a Rising Star
Huawei's chief financial officer, who was arrested in Canada at the behest of American authorities, isn't an ordinary senior executive. She's the daughter of the Chinese telecommunications giant's founder.

WSJ Asia
Dec 05, 2018

Two American Military Aircraft Collide off Japanese Coast
Two Marines were rescued, and a joint Japanese-U.S. search-and-rescue operation continued for the other five Marines.

WSJ Asia
Dec 05, 2018

Boeing Omitted Safety-System Details, Minimized Training for Crashed Lion Air 737 Model
Boeing limited pilot-training requirements for the antistall system investigators believe played a role in the crash of Lion Air Flight 610, and omitted details about the system from the 737 MAX operations manual.

WSJ Asia
Dec 05, 2018

'A Noble Man': U.S. Honors George H.W. Bush
Former President George H.W. Bush was remembered for his central role in securing the post-Cold War international order and his lifelong commitment to serving others, at a state funeral where former President George W. Bush delivered a heartfelt tribute to his father.

WSJ Asia
Dec 05, 2018

China Says There Is 'Clear Timeline' on Trade Negotiations
Beijing is beginning to flesh out details of a weekend tariff truce with the U.S., after days of vague Chinese statements and a barrage of comments from President Trump and other administration officials.

WSJ Asia
Dec 05, 2018

Takeda Shareholders Approve Shire Megadeal
Buying Shire in a merger valued at $58 billion today would enable Takeda to tap into the lucrative market for rare diseases and boosts the CEO's mission to expand Takeda's footprint beyond its slowing home market.

WSJ Asia
Dec 05, 2018

Herbal Meds, but No Manchester United: Britain's Stock Link to China Falls Flat
A vaunted program to make Chinese shares available to British investors and vice versa is struggling to line up participants as its planned launch nears.

WSJ Asia
Dec 05, 2018

Takeda Shareholders Approve $62 Billion Shire Bid
The approval from Takeda Pharmaceutical's shareholders for the Shire bid clears the path for the biggest-ever overseas acquisition by a Japanese company.

WSJ Asia
Dec 04, 2018

Special Counsel Mueller Asks for No Jail Time for Mike Flynn
Mike Flynn has provided "substantial assistance" to the special counsel investigation and other matters, federal prosecutors said in recommending no jail time for the former top Trump aide.

WSJ Asia
Dec 04, 2018

Stocks Drop Across Asia After U.S. Swoon
A tumble in U.S. stocks spilled into Asia, sending markets down by more than 1% in Australia, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

WSJ Asia
Dec 04, 2018

Senators Conclude Saudi Crown Prince Ordered Journalist's Killing
Several senators emerged from a meeting with CIA Director Gina Haspel saying they had no doubt Saudi Arabia's crown prince was responsible for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

WSJ Asia
Dec 04, 2018

China Maneuvers to Snag Top-Secret Boeing Satellite Technology
The founders of a small Los Angeles company, which ordered a satellite from Boeing, say the firm was financed and is now controlled by China, in violation of rules designed to keep such technology out of Beijing's hands. Some worry China could use the technology for military purposes.

WSJ Asia
Dec 04, 2018

Japan Revokes Lucrative Package for Fund Executives
Japan withdrew an offer to make executives at a government-backed investment fund eligible for hundreds of thousands of dollars in performance-based compensation, highlighting an undercurrent of disapproval over executives' high pay.

WSJ Asia
Dec 04, 2018

Yuan Wins Temporary Reprieve on Tariff Time-Out
The Chinese yuan has strengthened about 1.3% against the dollar in the past two days, bolstered by an unexpectedly constructive trade dialogue between China and the U.S.

WSJ Asia
Dec 04, 2018

Australia's Ruling Party Seeks to Shut Revolving Door of Prime Ministers
Australia's ruling party, trailing in polls ahead of elections next year, moved to stamp out the internal coups that have become a feature of the country's modern politics and helped deliver six prime ministers in about a decade.

WSJ Asia
Dec 04, 2018

Myanmar's Massacre of Rohingya Is Genocide, U.S.-Hired Law Firm Says
The Myanmar military's mass killings of the Rohingya minority amount to genocide, according to the law firm hired by the U.S. government to investigate the crisis, a finding that raises pressure on the U.S. to impose harsher sanctions against the country.

WSJ Asia
Dec 03, 2018

Trump Names Lighthizer to Run U.S.-China Negotiations
President Trump appointed U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, a China hard-liner, to lead the next round of U.S.-China talks, after the sides agreed to a trade truce while they negotiate difficult issues.

WSJ Asia
Dec 03, 2018

Solemn Rites as Bush's Casket Arrives at Capitol
Republicans grieved alongside Democrats, and Washington dignitaries past and present reflected on the teachings of previous generations as the 41st president lay in state.

WSJ Asia
Dec 03, 2018

China Puts Positive Spin on Trade Truce for Its Domestic Audience
China provided domestic audiences with upbeat, vague accounts of its trade truce with the U.S., reflecting pressure on President Xi Jinping to prove he can manage Beijing's critical relationship with Washington.

WSJ Asia
Dec 03, 2018

Qatar to Leave OPEC as Cartel Pressured to Cut Production
Qatar said it plans to leave OPEC, a surprise move for a member that has played a key role inside the cartel, but has more recently clashed with de facto leader Saudi Arabia.

WSJ Asia
Dec 03, 2018

George H.W. Bush to Lie in State
Past and present world leaders, ranging from ex-President Clinton to former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, remembered the 41st president for his ability to cultivate bipartisanship and for his foreign-policy achievements, especially during the end of the Cold War.

WSJ Asia
Dec 03, 2018

U.S., China Face Thorny Obstacles to Lasting Trade Peace
The trade truce between the U.S. and China calms their economic battle and opens a brief window for the two nations to explore whether they can bridge deep divides on a range of difficult disputes.

WSJ Asia
Dec 02, 2018

Trump: China to 'Reduce and Remove' Tariffs on American Cars
China agreed to cut tariffs on American cars, President Trump said in a late-night tweet.

WSJ Asia
Dec 02, 2018

Paris Rioting Puts Macron's Economic Overhaul to the Test
The worst rioting to hit the French capital in years left President Emmanuel Macron weighing an emergency crackdown on protests and scrambling to shield his pro-business agenda from surging public anger at his government.

WSJ Asia
Dec 02, 2018

Global Markets Rally After Trump-Xi Cease-Fire Eases Trade Worries
Asia-Pacific stocks jumped following a cease-fire on tariffs between Beijing and Washington at the Group of 20 meeting in Argentina over the weekend. In addition, the yuan rose against the dollar.

WSJ Asia
Dec 02, 2018

China 'Is the Only One in the Race' to Make Electric Buses, Taxis and Trucks
A project to replace gasoline-fueled taxis, buses and trucks with new electric models is boosting China's ambitions to lead the global shift to battery-powered transportation.

WSJ Asia
Dec 02, 2018

Korean DMZ Development Poses Test for Conservation
The demilitarized zone that separates the two Koreas has been off limits to nearly all human habitation for more than 60 years, allowing wildlife to flourish. Now, the two nations are seeking peace and talking about reconnecting roads and railway lines, alarming conservationists.

WSJ Asia
Dec 02, 2018

U.S., China Signal Progress on Trade
The U.S. and China said they would launch negotiations to ease trade tensions, with the U.S. postponing plans to increase tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods.

WSJ Asia
Dec 01, 2018

G-20 Agrees to Joint Statement, With Compromises by U.S., EU and China
The Group of 20 nations issued a joint statement that affirms the importance of the multilateral trading system, with concessions to the U.S. and China on protectionism and unfair trading practices.

WSJ Asia
Dec 01, 2018

Michael Cohen's Lawyers Ask for No Prison Time After Plea
Lawyers for Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer, asked a federal judge in a memorandum filed late Friday night to impose no prison time for Mr. Cohen at his scheduled sentencing later this month, citing Mr. Cohen's contrition and his cooperation with law enforcement.

WSJ Asia
Dec 01, 2018

CIA Intercepts Underpin Assessment Saudi Prince Targeted Khashoggi
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sent at least 11 messages to his closest adviser, who oversaw the team that killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi, in the hours before and after the journalist's death in October, according to a highly classified CIA assessment.

WSJ Asia
Dec 01, 2018

George H.W. Bush, America's 41st President and Father of 43rd, Dies
George Herbert Walker Bush led the U.S. to a swift and decisive victory in the first Persian Gulf War and presided over the peaceful dissolution of the Soviet Union and unification of Germany, before a painful recession cost him a second term as president.

WSJ Asia
Nov 30, 2018

Mueller Bores Into Trump Adviser Roger Stone's Ties to WikiLeaks
Court documents suggest that special counsel Robert Mueller is zeroing in on ties between WikiLeaks and Roger Stone, an ex-Trump campaign adviser whose relationship with the president goes back decades.

WSJ Asia
Nov 30, 2018

Investors on Edge After Rocky Month for Markets
Stocks pushed higher this month, but shaky trading in everything from equities to bonds to oil to bitcoin has tempered expectations for gains in the months to come.

WSJ Asia
Nov 30, 2018

Magnitude 7.0 Earthquake Rocks Anchorage
A magnitude 7.0 earthquake rattled Anchorage, Alaska, causing damage to roads and bridges, sending workers under desks and setting off a brief tsunami warning for populated areas along the surrounding coast.

WSJ Asia
Nov 30, 2018

MacGyver Is Back on the Job---Networks See Their Future in Their Past
After failed attempts to match edgy shows on cable and streaming services. Major networks reach out to the broadest possible audience; ‘unashamedly a big tent'

WSJ Asia
Nov 30, 2018

Trump Sets Sights on China After Completing New Nafta
President Trump, after arm-twisting Mexico and Canada to update the region's free-trade zone, will now turn his attention to the greater challenge of winning concessions from Chinese President Xi Jinping.

WSJ Asia
Nov 30, 2018

Marriott Says Up to 500 Million Affected by Starwood Breach
Marriott, the world's largest hotel company, said it identified a data breach in its Starwood reservation system that may have exposed the personal information of up to 500 million guests.

WSJ Asia
Nov 30, 2018

Business Scandals Rocked South Korea, but Overhaul Underwhelms
South Korea's leader won office last year promising a thorough overhaul of the corporate landscape after a massive bribery scandal brought down his predecessor, but this pillar of his agenda appears to be on hold.

WSJ Asia
Nov 30, 2018

China's Manufactory Engine Starts to Sputter
China's critical manufacturing sector appears to be stalling, with a gauge of activity ticking down in the latest sign of weakness for the economy.

WSJ Asia
Nov 29, 2018

U.S., China Exploring Deal to Ease Trade Tensions
The U.S. and China, looking to defuse tensions and boost markets, are exploring a trade deal in which Washington would hold off on further tariffs through the spring in exchange for new talks looking at big changes in Chinese economic policy, said officials on both sides of the Pacific.

WSJ Asia
Nov 29, 2018

Cohen Says Trump Stayed Involved in Moscow Tower Project in Campaign
Michael Cohen told special counsel Robert Mueller he lied to Congress to play down President Trump's involvement during the 2016 campaign in efforts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow, raising the pressure on his former boss as investigators probe his business relationship with Russia.

WSJ Asia
Nov 29, 2018

President Trump Bashes the Fed. This Is How the Fed Chief Responds.
Jerome Powell's playbook includes making allies outside the Oval Office, never talking politics and sticking to the economy.

WSJ Asia
Nov 29, 2018

Bad Blood Between Japan, South Korea Tests U.S. Strategy in Asia
A resurgence in frictions between South Korea and Japan, the U.S.'s two closest allies in East Asia, is testing the united front Washington wants to present against threats from North Korea and China.

WSJ Asia
Nov 29, 2018

Get Paid Well But Don't Let It Show? Nissan Probe Reveals Contours of Ghosn Case
Carlos Ghosn amassed IOUs for more than $80 million in deferred pay while at Nissan Motor, according to a company probe into the former chairman, who is in jail in Tokyo awaiting charges.

WSJ Asia
Nov 28, 2018

Banks Come Off Best in Ugly Year for Chinese Stocks
Banks have emerged as the least wounded sector in China's brutal stock-market selloff this year, benefiting from their resilient financial performance and Beijing's shift toward easier monetary policy.

WSJ Asia
Nov 28, 2018

'Bring Me Tariffs'---How Trump and Xi Drove Their Countries to the Brink of a Trade War
The drama escalated this year in the corridors of power in Washington and Beijing, with both maneuvering—and often miscalculating. The two presidents are set to meet this weekend, carrying with them months of distrust, miscommunication and failed negotiations.

WSJ Asia
Nov 28, 2018

Manafort Lied About Business Dealings, Mueller's Team Believes
Paul Manafort's alleged misstatements to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators include comments about his personal business dealings and about his contacts with a former associate in Ukraine, say people familiar with the matter.

WSJ Asia
Nov 28, 2018

Facebook Considered Charging for Access to User Data
Facebook considered charging third parties for access to user data several years ago, company emails show. Such a move would have departed from its policy against selling such data, court filings in a lawsuit against the company indicate.

WSJ Asia
Nov 28, 2018

Second Woman Implanted With Genetically Modified Embryo, Scientist Says
A Chinese scientist who claims to have engineered the world's first gene-edited babies confronted his global peers at a conference as critics openly challenged him about his experiment. He also said a second woman had been implanted with a gene-edited embryo. He didn't elaborate.

WSJ Asia
Nov 28, 2018

Scholars Warn of Chinese Influence Efforts in U.S.
A report by 32 China experts says an array of Chinese government-led efforts to make U.S. universities, media, think tanks and companies more sympathetic to Beijing threatens democratic processes.

WSJ Asia
Nov 28, 2018

Trump-Xi Meeting Risks Roiling Markets
Trade has been one of the main concerns for investors this year. The biggest development may be still to come as leaders meet for the G-20 summit in Buenos Aires this week.

WSJ Asia
Nov 28, 2018

Fake Signals and Illegal Flags: How North Korea Uses Clandestine Shipping to Fund Regime
Freighters loaded with coal and oil use an array of tactics to keep trade flowing. This is among the ways the country has weakened a U.S.-led policy of "maximum pressure" designed to force it to abandon its nuclear ambitions.

WSJ Asia
Nov 27, 2018

Ghosn's Lawyer, a Former Prosecutor, Knows His Way Around a Courtroom
By bringing on the 63-year-old Motonari Otsuru, Nissan's Carlos Ghosn is getting someone steeped in the tactics of the prosecutors now weighing whether to charge him with financial crimes.

WSJ Asia
Nov 27, 2018

Trump Threatens to Cut GM Subsidies
President Trump threatened to cut subsidies for General Motors, including for electric cars, a day after the company said it was planning to cut up to 14,800 jobs in the U.S. and Canada and end production at several North American factories.

WSJ Asia
Nov 27, 2018

Lion Air Crash Investigators Focus on Maintenance Problems
Clues gathered by investigators are increasingly pointing to a potential maintenance error suspected of touching off the rapid sequence of events leading up to last month's Lion Air jet crash, which killed 189 people.

WSJ Asia
Nov 27, 2018

Trump Tells GM to Open Ohio Plant and Stop Output in China
General Motors plans to cut up to 14,800 jobs and end production at certain plants, marking the auto maker's first significant downsizing since bankruptcy as it tries to adjust to lower demand for passenger cars. President Trump said GM should stop making cars in China and make them in the U.S. instead, in an exclusive WSJ interview.

WSJ Asia
Nov 26, 2018

Huawei to Complete Internet Project Despite Fierce U.S. Opposition
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei will complete construction of an internet network in Papua New Guinea despite opposition from Australia, Japan and the U.S., after the Pacific nation dismissed cyberspying worries.

WSJ Asia
Nov 26, 2018

India Can Thank Crude's Slump for a Soaring Stock Market
Indian equities have emerged as some of the world's best performers over the past month. The Nifty 50 has surged 6% in the past 30 days, with only Hong Kong's Hang Seng and Argentina's Merval giving it a run for its money.

WSJ Asia
Nov 26, 2018

Trump Expects to Move Ahead With Boost on China Tariffs
Four days before a summit with China's leader, President Trump said in an interview he expects to move ahead with boosting tariff levels on $200 billion of Chinese goods to 25%.

WSJ Asia
Nov 26, 2018

Mueller Accuses Paul Manafort of Lying to FBI After Plea Agreement
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort continued to lie to the FBI and to special counsel Robert Mueller's office after his plea deal in September, Mr. Mueller's office alleged, breaching the agreement.

WSJ Asia
Nov 26, 2018

In Asia, Kids Can Still Drag Their Parents to Toys 'R' Us
Toys ‘R' Us staff are filling shelves this holiday season at hundreds of stores across Asia, where the brand has been given new life after being sold off by the bankrupt American toy retailer.

WSJ Asia
Nov 25, 2018

Bitcoin Falls Below $4,000 as Crypto Collapse Worsens
Bitcoin just had the week from hell: The digital currency lost nearly a third of its value in seven days, one of its worst weekly selloffs on record.

WSJ Asia
Nov 25, 2018

No Refuge for Investors as 2018 Rout Sends Stocks, Bonds, Oil Lower
Stocks, bonds and commodities from copper to crude oil to burlap are staging a rare, simultaneous retreat, putting global markets on track for one of their worst years on record and deepening a sense of unease on Wall Street.

WSJ Asia
Nov 25, 2018

U.K., EU Approve Hard-Fought Brexit Divorce Deal
EU leaders approved a treaty outlining divorce terms with the U.K., a milestone in Britain's bid to extract itself from the bloc that leaves Prime Minister Theresa May with a tough task selling the deal to Parliament.

WSJ Asia
Nov 25, 2018

Possible Ghosn Defense: He Didn't Think He Needed to Report Deferred Pay
Carlos Ghosn received tens of millions of dollars in deferred compensation at Nissan Motor and told colleagues that he was acting appropriately when he didn't report that money in financial disclosures.

WSJ Asia
Nov 24, 2018

Toys 'R' Us Gears Up for Holiday Sales---in Asia
Toys ‘R' Us staff are filling shelves this holiday season at hundreds of stores across Asia, where the brand has been given new life after being sold off by the bankrupt American toy retailer.

WSJ Asia
Nov 24, 2018

Chinese Airline Mishaps Put Spotlight on Pilots
Chinese airlines were buffeted this summer by a series of cockpit blunders that put passengers' lives at risk, pointing to what foreign pilots say are serious flaws in training as China's booming aviation industry struggles to meet demand for flight crews.

WSJ Asia
Nov 24, 2018

Pakistan Police Arrest Hundreds Protesting Christian Woman's Blasphemy Acquittal
Pakistani authorities arrested hundreds of activists from a national anti-blasphemy group that has been protesting the release of a Christian woman whose blasphemy conviction was recently overturned.

WSJ Asia
Nov 24, 2018

Trump Faults Treasury Secretary Over Fed Pick
President Trump is expressing dissatisfaction with Treasury Secretary Mnuchin, blaming him for the appointment of a Fed chairman who has been raising interest rates, a move Mr. Trump worries will jeopardize economic gains ahead of 2020, people familiar with the matter said.

WSJ Asia
Nov 23, 2018

'All Our Lives They Wanted to Ruin Us.' For Decades, Myanmar Sought to Drive Out Rohingya
Investigators say years of attacks on the ethnic minority amount to genocide. One man's family shows the scars of government policy through the generations.

WSJ Asia
Nov 23, 2018

In Oil's Huge Drop, All Signs Say Made in the U.S.A.
The downward spiral in oil prices is accelerating as a surge in crude production from a turbocharged U.S. petroleum industry runs into weaker global economic growth.

WSJ Asia
Nov 23, 2018

Saudis Mull Quiet Cuts To OPEC Production
Saudi Arabia and OPEC are inching toward a compromise between pleasing the U.S. with policies that won't lead to price spikes and throttling back the flow of its oil to rebalance oversupplied global markets.

WSJ Asia
Nov 23, 2018

Ghosn's Arrest Exposes Culture Gap When It Comes to Executive Pay
Carlos Ghosn's downfall at Nissan Motor Co. has highlighted one area of corporate life where big differences still exist between developed countries, often rooted in their separate cultures—executive pay.

WSJ Asia
Nov 23, 2018

Militants Attack Chinese Consulate in Pakistan
Gunmen attacked the Chinese consulate in Karachi, killing two police officers and two civilians in an assault authorities say was aimed at derailing China's massive investment plans in the South Asian nation.

WSJ Asia
Nov 23, 2018

U.S. Push on Huawei Ripples Through Markets
ZTE shares fell sharply and Chinese stocks retreated more broadly as news that the U.S. was discouraging sales of Chinese telecoms gear abroad exacerbated trade concerns.

WSJ Asia
Nov 22, 2018

'I Found This Very, Very Violent.' Carlos Ghosn's Arrest Tests Nissan-Renault Relationship
While the auto industry star is in detention in Tokyo, the global auto alliance he ran is showing signs of strain and conflict.

WSJ Asia
Nov 22, 2018

After a Dismal Year, China Tech Stocks Perk Up
Some of the biggest Chinese technology stocks, among the most battered names in global equities this year, have shown signs of life this month just as U.S. tech giants have faltered.

WSJ Asia
Nov 22, 2018

Lion Air Pushes for Details on Boeing Crash
The airline's safety director plans a trip to the Seattle area to ask the plane manufacturer which actions it is taking to prevent a repeat of the accident.

WSJ Asia
Nov 22, 2018

Washington Asks Allies To Drop Huawei
The U.S. government has launched an outreach campaign to foreign allies to persuade wireless and internet providers there to shun telecom equipment from China's Huawei Technologies Co., people familiar with the situation say.

WSJ Asia
Nov 22, 2018

Not So Big in Japan: Apple Cuts Price of iPhone XR to Boost Sales
Less than a month after releasing the iPhone XR, Apple is moving to offer subsidies to mobile-network operators in Japan to shore up sales of its least expensive new smartphone.

WSJ Asia
Nov 21, 2018

Regulators Seek Clarity on Boeing 737 Safety Systems After Lion Air Crash
U.S. regulators are pressing for clarity on automated flight-control systems in Boeing's latest 737 models, as they seek to address inconsistencies in how airlines have informed pilots about one of the features.

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