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  1. India's PM Modi shakes hands with Chinese President Xi during the 18th SCO Summit in Qingdao

    Commentary: China and India – the region’s twin growth engines – are stuttering

    Dr Duvvuri Subbarao is a former governor of the Reserve Bank of India.
  2. The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New York

    Wall Street falls as trade war fears add to virus woes

    U.S. stock index futures rose on Friday as better-than-expected industrial data from China raised hopes of an eventual economic recovery from ...
  3. Tesla China-made Model 3 vehicles are seen during a delivery event at its factory in Shanghai

    Tesla expands locally made line-up, helping reduce trade war impact

    U.S. electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc said on Friday it has started China sales of two lower-priced Model 3 variants built at its Shanghai plant, ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: A Tesla logo is seen at a groundbreaking ceremony of Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory in Shan

    Tesla expands locally made line-up, blunting trade war impact

    U.S. electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc said on Friday it has started selling two new locally made Model 3 sedan variants in China.
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    Ep 6: Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, India Foreign Minister

    India's Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar talks about the tough issues - from global trade tensions, India's relations with the US as well as China, ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: FILE PICTURE: German Christian Democratic Union (CDU) lawmaker Norbert Roettgen picture

    US, Europe could team up on 5G, but not if trade war under way - German lawmaker

    The United States and the European Union could team up to counter the dominance of China's Huawei Technologies in next-generation 5G telecoms ...
  7. Singapore night skyline

    Commentary: Why Singapore was among the world’s largest recipients of investments in 2019

    The trade war between US and China as well as the political unrest in Hong Kong have given Southeast Asia record FDI, says Simon Roughneen.