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European, Asian leaders want free trade, push back at Donald Trump

Together, the group accounts for some two-thirds of the world's economic output, 55 percent of global trade and 60 percent of the world's population.

Clash over Trump tariffs heats up with barrage of WTO litigation

The dispute procedure begins with a 60-day window for talks to try to reach a settlement. The meeting agenda show that those talks have failed.

Japan sits on $1.3 trillion worth of forgotten money

Japan's growing ranks of dementia sufferers are sitting on a mountain of frozen assets, creating personal dilemmas for loved ones fretting over how to handle that money and a drag on the nation’s economic prospects as the vast pool of wealth lays idle.

Pakistan's PM Imran Khan to attend controversial Saudi conference

The decision comes a day after US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and senior ministers from Europe announced plans to skip the conference.

Why the developing world started gaining on the West

Gone are the days when a few countries could lord it over others, secure in the illusion that their society had a secret sauce that others could never emulate.

Despite "big gaps", Britain and EU talk up Brexit prospects

"We are all working, we're intensifying the work on these issues that remain," May told a news conference after a two-day summit in Brussels had ended.

Pakistan may not seek IMF bailout; seeking help from 'friendly countries': Imran Khan

Though he did not name any countries, Pakistani media has reported that the government was consulting allies like China and Saudi Arabia for financial help.

UP court receives complaint against Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg

The petitioner has further alleged that the social media giant runs an application which allows certain national symbols to be used without permission.

New research punctures electric cars' greenhouse gas claims

While electric cars are emission-free on the road, they still discharge a lot of the carbon dioxide just like conventional cars.

Uber considers minority investors for self-driving car unit: Report

Uber Chief Executive Officer Dara Khosrowshahi said last month there was no plan to sell the self-driving car research arm.

Tesla secures land in Shanghai for first factory outside US

China is the biggest global electric vehicle market and Tesla's second-largest after the United States.

Facebook shareholders back proposal to remove Zuckerberg as chairman

Majority of shareholders have backed proposal to remove Zuckerberg as Facebook "mishandled several scandals".

US official describes China as 'problem'

Kudlow said that the Chinese just put a new rule in China about cyber security where the police are allowed to hack in to American and other foreign companies.

Apple gives US users tool to see what data it has collected

Apple updated its privacy website with the tool, which was unveiled earlier this year for users in the European Union in response to the region's General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR.

UK's Theresa May met Ratan Tata as Jaguar warns on Brexit, diesel: Source

The sprawling Tata conglomerate includes manufacturing, defence, aerospace, services and steel operations.

Nearly half the world lives on less than $5.50 a day: World Bank

Under the expanded criteria for poverty, the report found the number of poor worldwide was still "unacceptably high," while the fruits of economic growth were "shared unevenly across regions and countries."

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