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A Twist in the U.S. Tariff Battle: ‘It’s Helping China Be More Competitive’

September 18, 2018 |

China for years has been pushing its economy away from inexpensive exports toward advanced factories and products. That process is now accelerating in the Pearl River Delta, the country’s manufacturing center, as companies respond to the economic blow of U.S. tariffs.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Trump Announces New Tariffs on Chinese Imports

September 18, 2018 |

President Trump said he will impose new tariffs on about $ 200 billion in Chinese goods and threatened to add hundreds of billions more, escalating trade tensions between the world’s largest economies.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Russia Blames Israel for Military Plane Shot Down Over Syria

September 18, 2018 |

Russia blamed Israel for the loss of a Russian reconnaissance plane shot down overnight by Syrian defense systems, boosting tensions between Tel Aviv and Moscow.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

Apple Avoids Tariffs on Smartwatches, Earbuds

September 18, 2018 |

Apple dodged stinging duties on its smartwatches and wireless earbuds after the U.S. excluded those gadgets from tariffs on $ 200 billion in Chinese goods.
WSJ.com: US Business

Japanese Submarine Conducted Exercise in South China Sea Last Week

September 18, 2018 |

A Japanese submarine held a military exercise in the South China Sea, Japan’s Defense Ministry said Monday, in a challenge to China, which has made broad territorial claims in the region.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

With Six Months to Brexit, EU Sees May’s Plan as a Threat

September 17, 2018 |

EU leaders will hold their first serious discussions on Brexit since March this week as both the U.K. and the rest of the bloc aims to reduce major disruptions if a deal isn’t reached.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

U.K. Will Face ‘Substantial Costs’ From No-Deal Brexit

September 17, 2018 |

The IMF said an abrupt break from the European Union would cause harm to the British economy, adding that the U.K. won’t be prepared for such an outcome when it leaves next March.
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe

U.S., China Ramp Up Trade Threats, Imperiling Negotiation Efforts

September 17, 2018 |

President Trump’s economic conflict with China is set to escalate this week, as the administration plans to unveil fresh tariffs on $ 200 billion in Chinese products entering the U.S. and Beijing debates new ways to retaliate.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia

Time Magazine Sold to Salesforce Founder Marc Benioff for $190 Million

September 17, 2018 |

Nearly eight months after Meredith completed its purchase of Time, the publisher has agreed to sell Time magazine for $ 190 million to Marc Benioff, co-founder of Salesforce.com, and his wife Lynne. The Benioffs are the latest wealthy people from the tech world to buy a traditional news publication.
WSJ.com: US Business

Storied Bookstalls of Paris Fight for Survival

September 17, 2018 |

Bouquinistes along the River Seine seek protection as “intangible heritage.”
WSJ.com: What’s News Europe