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India might be willing to trim or remove tariffs on 80 percent of Chinese goods in five phases over 20 years, Financial Express reported Sept. 30, citing sources briefed on the latest Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership negotiations.
Southeast Asian countries stand to gain -- or lose -- the most from Beijing and Washington's escalating trade tensions. Some have benefited more than others, but all are at risk of taking an economic hit.
Papua New Guinea's new prime minister has pledged to win more benefits for the debt-ridden Pacific country. But doing so could come at the cost of vital foreign revenue streams -- and his political career.
Given China's threats to halt rare earth exports to the U.S., a processing plant in Malaysia stands to remain a critical source for some of those elements -- so long as the operator can address environmental concerns.
Staff from Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific who participated in recent protests will no longer be able to serve on flights to mainland China starting Aug. 10, Beijing has ordered, the South China Morning Post reported Aug. 9.
Malaysia's government seized more than $243 million in early July from a bank account belonging to Chinese state-owned enterprise China Petroleum Pipeline Engineering and transferred it to a Malaysian state-owned energy company, The Straits Times reported July 13.
One of two militants who carried out a suicide bombing attack on a Philippine military base last month was Filipino. Are Philippine jihadists on the cusp of embracing a tactic they have previously avoided?
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad imposed an unpublicized ban on exports of sea sand to Singapore in October 2018 over concerns about the use of Malaysian land to expand Singapore's landmass, Reuters reported July 2.