PM Modi arrives in Brazil for BRICS summit; to meet Putin, Xi Jinping
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Brazil’s Brasilia on November 1...
PM Modi meets Chinese President XI in Brazil
Prime Minister Narendra Modi held bilateral meeting with President of China, Xi Jinping on the s...
Why Facebook passed on buying the predecessor to TikTok
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Trump says China trade deal 'close' but dashes hopes for signing details
The S&P is up more than 36% since Trump took office, though two-thirds of that gain occurred in his first year in office before he began imposing tariffs on imports from China.
PM Modi hopes BRICS summit will boost economic, cultural links
On the sidelines of the 11th BRICS summit, Modi will meet Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro to discuss ways to enhance the bilateral strategic partnership. The Prime Minister is scheduled to hold separate bilateral meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday.
PM Narendra Modi leaves for Brazil to attend BRICS Summit
Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Brazil on November 12 to attend the 11th BRICS Summit. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have bilatera...
India-China trains Afghan diplomats as part of 3rd country joint projects
The inauguration of the training programme was held at FSI. Ambassador J.S. Mukul, Dean (FSI) welcoming the participants mentioned that 179 Afghan diplomats have undergone training at FSI, which is the largest number of diplomats from any country.
PM Narendra Modi to leave for Brazil on Tuesday to attend BRICS summit
This will be the sixth time Modi will be participating in the BRICS summit, his first being at Fortaleza, also in Brazil in 2014, a statement from the Prime Minister's Office said. Sources said he would leave for Brasilia, Brazil on Tuesday afternoon.
Bitcoin’s break below $9,000 risks erasing Xi-inspired rally
Bitcoin fell as much as 5.8% to $8,679 on Friday in New York trading.
China says have agreed with US to cancel tariffs in different phases
China and US must simultaneously cancel some tariffs on each other's goods for both sides to reach a "phase one" trade deal, said Gao Feng, spokesman at the commerce ministry. The tariff cancellation is an important condition for there to be any agreement. "The trade war started with tariffs, and should end with its cancellation," Gao said.
US-China trade deal signing could be delayed until December
The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said it was still possible the "phase one" agreement aimed at ending a damaging trade war would not be reached, but a deal was more likely than not.
India attends China's biggest import expo as 'Guest of Honour Country'
An Indian delegation headed by Commerce Secretary Anup Wadhawan took part in the import expo which is aimed at enabling countries from the world over to showcase products to enhance their exports to China.
China wants US to drop tariffs on $360 billion of imports for trade deal
Chinese officials also suggested the US could temporarily waive some tariffs, people familiar with Beijing’s position said. In return, China could remove tariffs on a reciprocal amount of US goods, mostly farm products, one of the people said.
China and France reiterate support for Paris climate deal
Following a welcome ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in central Beijing, Xi said the two leaders had sent "a strong signal to the world about steadfastly upholding multilateralism and free trade, as well as working together to build open economies.''
Chinese President Xi Jinpin pledges wider market access, free-trade deals
With China and the United States working to lock in a partial trade deal announced last month, Xi steered clear of their tariff war in his remarks. It was in stark contrast to his keynote last year at the height of the trade confrontation, when Xi took a swipe at the Trump administration, decrying "protectionism", "isolationism" and "the law of the jungle".
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