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Huawei Executive Is Charged With Espionage in Poland

January 12, 2019 |

Polish authorities detained and charged a local sales director of Huawei, a Chinese national, with conducting high-level espionage on behalf of China, amid widening global scrutiny of the technology giant.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Shutdown Set to Eclipse Longest in Modern History

January 12, 2019 |

The partial government shutdown has matched the longest in modern U.S. history, an impasse of 21 days under President Bill Clinton.
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Ford to Slash Jobs, Shut Plants in Major European Revamp

January 12, 2019 |

Ford is launching an overhaul of its European business that is expected to include thousands of job cuts, plant closures and the scrapping of low-profit models amid a storm of bad news for global car makers.
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White House Aides Explore Alternative Ways to Pay for Wall

January 11, 2019 |

White House officials are divided over whether President Trump should declare a national emergency to obtain funding to build a border wall and end a partial government shutdown.
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Strong Economy Can’t Save Retailers From Holiday Blues

January 11, 2019 |

The strong U.S. economy wasn’t enough to give many mall-based retailers a strong year-end boost, as Macy’s and others posted tepid holiday sales, fueling a selloff in retail stocks.
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Nike’s Dutch Tax Deals Under Scrutiny in Europe

January 11, 2019 |

The European Commission opened an investigation into Nike’s tax deals with the Netherlands, which could lead to the U.S. company having to pay back millions of euros.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Catholic Church Questions Surprise Congo Vote Results

January 11, 2019 |

The Democratic Republic of Congo’s powerful Catholic Church denounced the official vote tally on Thursday, stepping into a dispute that threatens the possibility of the country’s first democratic transfer of power since independence.
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Xi Jinping’s Top Economic Aide to Visit U.S. for Trade Talks This Month

January 11, 2019 |

China and the U.S. are set to hold a round of higher-level talks to resolve the trade conflict, with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He scheduled to visit Washington in late January—though the plan could be delayed by the U.S. government shutdown.
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U.S. and China Make Progress on Trade, but Major Hurdles Remain

January 11, 2019 |

The U.S. and China wrapped up their first face-to-face trade negotiations since a temporary tariff truce was declared last month, making progress toward an agreement but leaving the thorniest issues to be resolved in higher-level talks.
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Beware the 5G Hype: Wireless Rivals Fuel Confusion

January 10, 2019 |

U.S. telecom companies have started slapping the 5G label on a smorgasbord of technologies, sowing confusion as they lay the infrastructure for full-fledged mobile 5G wireless service.
WSJ.com: US Business