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China Has No Historic Rights In South China Sea: Tribunal

China asserts sovereignty over almost all of the strategically vital waters in the face of rival claims from its Southeast Asian neighbours

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Indian Firms Best, China Worst On Transparency, Says Survey

Indian companies are the most transparent while Chinese firms the most opaque, a global anti-graft watchdog on Monday said in a new report that assessed efforts of emerging companies to fight corruption

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Global Economy 'Grim' And G20 Must Step Up To Fix It: China

'Global trade is dithering, international investment has yet to recover to levels before the financial crisis, the global economy has yet to find the propulsion for strong and sustainable growth'

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Brexit: Boon Or Bane

IMF predicted that in a worst-case scenario, Britain’s departure from the EU could reduce this year’s world economic growth by up to 5.6 per cent

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Apple's China Woes

The Chinese like the iPhone -- they like it so much that they have a whole industry, complete with fake Apple stores, creating clones

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Brexit Mess Boosts Prospects Of Asia Central Bank Easings

A round of Asian central bank policy meetings in the region this month could reveal an increased bias to ease policy, if not deliver outright interest rate cuts

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India May Alter Minimum Import Price List For Steel Sector

India may alter the list of steel items that attract a minimum import price if the country decides to continue with the protectionist measure beyond August

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China Growth Rebounds In Q2, But May Not Last

The quarterly survey of over 3,000 firms by China Beige Book International (CBB) showed better hiring and a strong rebound in the services sector

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Donald Trump: US Infra 'Third World'

Between 1992 and 2013, the US spent an annual average of 2.5 per cent of GDP on infrastructure while China spent an average of 8.6 per cent of GDP every year

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India To Remain The Third Largest Consumer Of Crude In The Next Decade: Ind-Ra

The growth in crude oil consumption in India has been driven by the strong demand for the end product in the country, with demand growing by 11.2 per cent in FY16 with a strong growth recorded by petrol, diesel, LPG, and Naptha sales at 14.3%, 7.5%, 8.8% and 22.5% respectively

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China Paper Says Blocking India's NSG Entry 'Morally Legitimate'

Criticising Indian media and public reaction on the failed NSG bid, the paper, however, praises the Indian government for behaving 'decently'

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India Deserves To Be In Nuclear Suppliers Group, US Will Work For It: Envoy Richard Verma

The US is 'disappointed' that India was not admitted to NSG during its recent plenary in Seoul, US Ambassador to India Richard Verma said on Monday but asserted that it will continue to work with all the members of 48-nation grouping on India's accession in the months ahead

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Finance Minister Cuts Short China Visit After Swamy Attacks

Jaitley was on a five-day visit to China primarily to attend the first meeting of the Board of Governors of the $100-billion Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

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'A Path Forward By Year-end': US On India's Nuclear Suppliers Group Membership

The US has said that there is 'a path forward' for India to become a full member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group by the end of the year, hours after the group's plenary meeting ended in Seoul with no decision on India's membership in face of strong China-led opposition

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India's NSG Membership Push 'Ill-Advised, Unwarranted'

The government should have sensed the mood with China and some other countries raising objections to India's membership, says Atomic Energy Commission member M.R. Srinivasan

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