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US and Russia Watching Closely Uzbekistan’s Economic Choices
November 12, 2019

US and Russia Watching Closely Uzbekistan’s Economic Choices

By Umida Hashimova
Tashkent is reopening its negotiations to join the WTO and considering Eurasian Economic Union membership. Russia and the West are watching.
South Korea’s Coffee Craze
November 09, 2019

South Korea’s Coffee Craze

By Tae-jun Kang
As Koreans’ taste for coffee continues to grow, global brands are taking notice.

Beijing Says China, US to Lift Tariff Hikes as Talks Advance
November 08, 2019

Beijing Says China, US to Lift Tariff Hikes as Talks Advance

By Associated Press
The agreement would address one of China's main demands: the removal of tariffs before negotiations progress further.

China Hosts Second CIIE, Globalization Remains Core Message 
November 07, 2019

China Hosts Second CIIE, Globalization Remains Core Message 

By Eleanor Albert
China is once again broadcasting a message of openness at its now-annual import expo.

Sri Lanka’s Uneven Reconstruction
November 07, 2019

Sri Lanka’s Uneven Reconstruction

By Umesh Moramudali
Nearly a decade after the civil war ended, war-affected provinces still lag behind the rest of the country economically.
Rejecting RCEP: India’s Great Geoeconomic Misstep
November 07, 2019

Rejecting RCEP: India’s Great Geoeconomic Misstep

By Abhijnan Rej
Rejecting the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is a colossal mistake for New Delhi.

Asian Mega-Trade Deal Pushes Ahead, But India Drops out
November 05, 2019

Asian Mega-Trade Deal Pushes Ahead, But India Drops out

By Associated Press
RCEP may finally get over the finish line – but only because one of its major participants has decided not to join.
Assessing the EU-China-US Triangle
November 05, 2019

Assessing the EU-China-US Triangle

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Frans-Paul van der Putten.

WTO Authorizes China to Hit US With $3.6 Billion in Sanctions
November 02, 2019

WTO Authorizes China to Hit US With $3.6 Billion in Sanctions

By Associated Press
China gets the greenlight to penalize the U.S. for Obama-era anti-dumping duties.

What to Expect from the India-China High-Level Trade Dialogue
November 01, 2019

What to Expect from the India-China High-Level Trade Dialogue

By Priyanka Pandit
The Sino-Indian trade deficit is both an economic and a political problem.

Can North Korea Succeed in Mount Kumgang Without South Korea?
November 01, 2019

Can North Korea Succeed in Mount Kumgang Without South Korea?

By Tae-jun Kang
Making Mount Kumgang into a profitable tourist destination will be difficult without South Korean cooperation.
Chile Announces Cancellation of 2019 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit
October 31, 2019

Chile Announces Cancellation of 2019 Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit

By Ankit Panda
The 2019 APEC summit was meant to provide a venue for a Trump-Xi encounter on trade.

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