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  1. More employees are seeking legal help as companies lay off workers or withhold salaries

    Businesses struggle as cracks appear in China's economy

    Cracks are opening in China's mighty economy: investors are backing away from deals, factories are moving abroad and companies are shedding jobs.
  2. The WTO forecast 4.4 percent growth in global trade volume this year and a more moderate four

    Commentary: Honesty and courage needed in politics as global growth slows

    Nations will find it impossible to reduce risks or meet global challenges on their own, says one observer.
  3. Wilbur Ross

    US, China 'miles and miles' from resolving trade conflict: Ross

  4. Hong Kong people

    Commentary: Hong Kong sort of escapes the eye of the trade war

    Still, Hong Kong can't escape the effects of Brexit, currency crises and changes in US monetary policy, says one observer.
  5. US services

    US services sector cools in December

  6. FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump takes part in a welcoming ceremony with China's Presid

    Commentary: Tips for the next US-China trade negotiations from a career diplomat

    Former chief of staff at the US Embassy in Beijing, Scott Mulhauser, share some tips for the next US-China negotiations.
  7. US President Donald Trump, seen in this file photo, urged Democrats on December 29, 2018 to

    Commentary: That’s the sound of financial markets waking up to a looming crisis

    US equity markets moved sideways for most of the year, and have now taken a sharp turn south, says famed New York University economist Nouriel ...
  8. US President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping (pictured in 2017) agreed to a 90-day tariff

    Commentary: A trade deal needs Chinese Communist Party leadership consolidation. Will the US take it?

    Consolidation is required to maintain a pragmatic, flexible, and strategic approach to managing systemic risks and addressing internal concerns ...
  9. FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump takes part in a welcoming ceremony with China's Presid

    Commentary: A truce won't solve a trade war but here's what might

    Political commentator Robert Boxwell shares three actions US President Donald Trump can take to strengthen his position with China.