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WTO Fights for Relevance Amid Disregard for Trade Rules

Geopolitical tension, war in Ukraine, climate change, security concerns and surging inflation have eroded faith in globalisation and respect for…

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Billions at Stake as India-Canada Ties Sour on Sikh Murder

Bilateral commercial relations between India and Canada are worth $100 billion, which includes $70 billion of Canadian portfolio investment, according…

2 weeks ago

Shanghai Exchange Looking at Nickel Futures, May Rival LME

Shanghai Futures Exchange has been studying the nickel market, and may launch nickel contracts on its International Energy Exchange, sources…

3 weeks ago

China Rare Earth Prices Soar on Myanmar Mine Closures

Myanmar, one the world’s leading producers of rare earths metals, has suspended mining for inspections, sending prices to 16-month highs

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Shanghai Slips Further, But Most Other Key Asian Markets Rise

Shanghai blue chips saw another fall, but the Nikkei, Hang Seng and other key regional indexes all saw gains on…

1 month ago

Frenzy of Foreign Suitors Wooing Australian Lithium Miners

The deals mania comes as Australia undertakes a critical minerals strategy that envisages major collaborations with investors and global partners…

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Japan Sees Big Blow From Hong Kong Ban on Most of its Seafood

Officials expect "significant" economic impact after Hong Kong said it would join mainland China in banning most Japanese seafood from…

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Rare Earth Magnet Firms Plan Vietnam Plants as China Hedge

South Korea’s Star Group Industrial and China’s Baotou INST Magnetic will join companies in sectors such as electronics and autos…

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China’s New Bank Loans Plunge in July, Amid Crop Concerns

Chinese banks extended 346 billion yuan (nearly $48bn) of new loans in July, far short of forecasts, while floods have…

2 months ago

China’s Trade to the US and EU Sank Further in July, Data Shows

Customs data on Tuesday showed imports dropped 12.4% in July year-on-year, while exports were down 14.5% amid weak demand both…

2 months ago

Australia Calls for China End to Trade Curbs as Barley Tariffs Lifted

China said on Friday it would drop tariffs imposed on Australian barley imports three years ago that affected billions in…

2 months ago

China Central Bank Vows Support for Private Sector, Developers

New PBOC governor Pan Gongsheng met with companies on Thursday and pledged to channel resources, such as bonds and debt…

2 months ago