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  1. Students walk on the campus of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut

    Put off by US, Chinese students eye other universities

  2. Poland is the first country in Europe to issue Chinese bonds, denominated in China's yuan

    China's June forex reserves rise to US$3.119 trillion

  3. Vietnamese policemen sit on stools near the hotel where the second US-North Korea summit took place

    Commentary: Vietnam emerges a key winner from the US-China trade war

    Vietnam’s economy is booming as the country plays off old enemies as new friends in technology and manufacturing, says Michael Sainsbury.
  4. Flags of U.S. and China are displayed at AICC's booth during China International Fair for Trad

    China says existing US tariffs must be removed for a trade deal

    Existing US tariffs will have to be removed if there is to be a trade deal between Beijing and Washington, China's commerce ministry said on Thursday.
  5. Huawei

    US reviews export requests to Huawei with 'highest scrutiny': Commerce Department

    The U.S. government said on Wednesday it was reviewing licence requests from U.S. companies seeking to export products to China's Huawei ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: The Huawei logo is pictured in central Warsaw

    US government staff told to treat Huawei as blacklisted: Email

  7. Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei attends a panel discussion at the company headquarters in Shenzhen

    Huawei founder downplays effect of promised Trump reprieve: Financial Times

    U.S. President Donald Trump's move to relax a ban on Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's equipment will not have "much impact" on its business as it ...
  8. Trump,Abe and Xi in Osaka for G20 summit on JUn 28, 2019

    Commentary: The G20 train wreck that was Osaka

    The uncertainty that has clouded the global economy over the past few years is child’s play compared with what could come after the Osaka G20, ...
  9. China's President Xi Jinping (right) greets US President Donald Trump

    US-China trade talks resume but major hurdles remain