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Honda plans to close its plant in Swindon, about 80 miles west of London, where 3,500 workers are employed
Risks lurk in China’s market for wealth management products, investment pools that often offered implicitly guaranteed returns and became wildly popular before regulators clamped down in 2017.
The city state will spent US$4.5 billion for its ageing population, give some citizens a tax rebate and tighten restrictions on foreign workers.
HNA Group has engaged an adviser on the potential disposal of its 80 per cent stake in SR Technics
Pressure is ramping up as Europeans try to work out a common approach toward the risks of using Chinese kit in the next generation of data networks.
The Philippines’ tax agency is setting its sights on more than 50 companies operating online casinos catering to Chinese punters, and their thousands of Chinese workers.
Heather Nauert’s nomination began to falter after the White House was alerted to a problem in her background check.
Global wine auction sales at Sotheby’s rose more than 50 per cent to US$98 million in 2018
Taking a softer approach to Huawei could put the UK at odds with some of its closest security counterparts, including its ‘Five Eyes’ intelligence allies
The biggest US bank said it has developed a prototype digital coin that it plans to use to speed up payments between corporate customers
Didi has faced a regulatory and consumer backlash at home after two women passengers were murdered in 2018
Despite a December call for Chinese buyers to spurn Canada Goose after the arrest of Huawei’s CFO in Vancouver, sales climbed 50 per cent in Q4 2018.
The men have presented a united front to the public, giving Mahathir a free hand to root out corruption
Jakarta is the latest to join cities in Southeast Asia to expand capacity as travel demand in the Asia-Pacific region is set to double in the next two decades.
Fourth-quarter sales rose 28 per cent to €2.3 billion (US$2.6 billion), Paris-based Kering, Gucci’s owner, said on Tuesday
Thaksin’s alliance with the princess appeared designed to challenge junta chief Prayuth Chan-ocha
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