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Southeast Asia hails world's first multilateral air encounter code
Friday,  Oct 19, 2018,19:41 (GMT+7)
SINGAPORE (REUTERS) - Southeast Asian countries agreed on Friday to guidelines to manage unexpected encounters between their military aircraft, with host Singapore calling the pact a world first and saying they would encourage their international partners to join.
Friday,  Oct 19, 2018,12:19 (GMT+7)
BEIJING (REUTERS) - China’s economic growth cooled to its weakest pace since the global financial crisis in the third quarter, raising pressure on Beijing to step up policy support as a years-long campaign to tackle debt risks and the trade war with the United States began to bite.
Friday,  Oct 19, 2018,08:44 (GMT+7)
LONDON (REUTERS) - Jollibee Foods, a major Asian fast-food operator, hopes to generate half its sales outside its home market of the Philippines within five to seven years, up from 30% now, its chief executive told Reuters.
Thursday,  Oct 18, 2018,08:40 (GMT+7)
SINGAPORE (REUTERS) - U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will seek more resilient military ties during talks with his Chinese counterpart in Singapore slated for Thursday, a U.S. official said, as both militaries attempt to navigate mounting tensions.
Wednesday,  Oct 17, 2018,18:27 (GMT+7)
SYDNEY (REUTERS) - Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Wednesday a billion-dollar free trade agreement with Indonesia will be signed this year, despite Indonesian concern over an Australian proposal to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.
Tuesday,  Oct 16, 2018,18:21 (GMT+7)
TOKYO (REUTERS) - The U.S. government had not spoken to Japan about including provisions in free trade agreements to deter currency manipulation, Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso said on Tuesday, although the two sides are likely to enter talks sometime next year.
Tuesday,  Oct 16, 2018,12:23 (GMT+7)
SEOUL (REUTERS) - North Korea, South Korea and the United Nations Command (UNC) held their first three-way talks on Tuesday to discuss demilitarizing the border as the two Koreas push for peace, Seoul’s defence ministry said.
Monday,  Oct 15, 2018,18:21 (GMT+7)
SEOUL (REUTERS) - North and South Korea agreed on Monday to begin reconnecting rail and road links, another step in an improving relationship that has raised U.S. concern about the possible undermining of its bid to press the North to give up its nuclear program.
Monday,  Oct 15, 2018,08:52 (GMT+7)
NUSA DUA (REUTERS) - China central bank governor Yi Gang said on Sunday he still sees plenty of room for adjustment in interest rates and the reserve requirement ratio (RRR), as downside risks from trade tensions with the United States remain significant.
Sunday,  Oct 14, 2018,09:44 (GMT+7)
NUSA DUA (REUTERS) - The United States sought to make currency a central part of any solution to a bruising trade fight with China, keeping the pressure on Beijing to speed up economic reforms at a gathering of world policy makers who pledged to do more to safeguard global growth.
Saturday,  Oct 13, 2018,17:38 (GMT+7)
NUSA DUA (REUTERS) - The International Monetary Fund said on Saturday its members pledged to refrain from competitive currency devaluations and step up dialogue on trade, as escalating trade frictions and higher borrowing costs threatened to knock global growth.
Friday,  Oct 12, 2018,19:20 (GMT+7)
SEOUL (REUTERS) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un intends to abolish all nuclear weapons, materials and facilities to achieve “complete” denuclearization, South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who held his third summit with Kim last month, said on Friday.
Friday,  Oct 12, 2018,13:53 (GMT+7)
NUSA DUA (REUTERS) - Sustained trade tensions could slash Asia’s economic growth by up to 0.9 percentage point in coming years, the International Monetary Fund said, urging policymakers in the region to liberalise markets to offset the fall in export sales.
Thursday,  Oct 11, 2018,18:46 (GMT+7)
NUSA DUA (REUTERS) - International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde on Thursday warned countries against engaging in trade and currency wars that hurt global growth and imperil "innocent bystanders."
Wednesday,  Oct 10, 2018,17:57 (GMT+7)
NUSA DUA (REUTERS) - Risks to the global financial system have risen over the past six months and could increase sharply if pressures in emerging markets escalate or global trade relations deteriorate further, the International Monetary Fund said today.
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