The US has added 43 firms – mostly Chinese – to its Entity List, banning them from receiving US exports for activities such as training army pilots and developing hypersonic missiles
The UAE has become a key trade hub for Russian gold since sanctions disrupted Russia's more traditional export routes.
The IMF is working on a bailout while Pakistan has assured its balance of payments gap will be fully funded, but $3 billion pledged by Saudi Arabia and UAE has yet to come through
Researchers in Britain say propaganda by authoritarian regimes in Russia, China and Iran have attracted more followers since Twitter dropped its labels on 'state-controlled media'
The Europe-Middle East-Asia (EMA) cable project is part of the growing tech war with the United States, and aims to create a Chinese link that rivals a similar US-backed project
Afghanistan and Myanmar are stuck in humanitarian crises created by woeful decisions by the military forces in power, but UN appeals for aid in both countries are badly underfunded
China's long-term battle to reduce the dollar's dominance in world trade took two steps forward this week, with the first LNG trade in yuan, plus Brazil agreeing to trade via local currencies
Fintech firm Riskified is moving $500 million out of the country after news that business leaders shifted $4 billion abroad amid worry over the Netanyahu regime's contentious judicial reforms
The latest additions includes units of genomics giant BGI, which was linked to repression of ethnic minorities, plus firms linked to ballistic missiles, or surveillance equipment used by Burma’s military
Abu Dhabi's state-owned International Petroleum Investment Co and its unit Aabar have agreed to pay $1.8 billion to settle a legal dispute over the 1MDB scandal, Malaysia said on Monday
Food prices are high and low income households can't avoid paying for that, so we're going to see higher poverty rates as well, Moody Analytics senior economist Katrina Ell said
Shares of Adani companies fell further on Tuesday, with total losses exceeding $120 billion, after a court hearing into the market rout began and claims their stock values are still 'astronomical'