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China’s economy grinds lower as October indicators miss forecasts

China’s economy grinds lower as October indicators miss forecasts

Industrial production rose 4.7% year-on-year in October, data from the National Bureau of Statistics released on Thursday showed, below the median forecast of 5.4% growth in a Reuters poll.

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After 737 Max crashes, FAA chief vows to examine how humans work with automated systems

After 737 Max crashes, FAA chief vows to examine how humans work with automated systems

The FAA's chief said deeper exploration of how human pilots interact with ever-more automated aircraft is a priority.

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After 737 Max crashes, FAA chief vows to examine how humans interact with automated aircraft systems

After 737 Max crashes, FAA chief vows to examine how humans interact with automated aircraft systems

The FAA's chief said deeper exploration of how human pilots interact with ever-more automated aircraft is a priority.

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The world’s largest trade deal could be signed in 2020 — and the US isn’t in it

The world’s largest trade deal could be signed in 2020 — and the US isn’t in it

RCEP involves all 10 ASEAN countries and five of the bloc's major trading partners: Australia, China, Japan, New Zealand and South Korea.

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The world’s largest trade deal could be signed in 2020. Here’s why it’s important

The world’s largest trade deal could be signed in 2020. Here’s why it’s important

RCEP involves all 10 ASEAN countries and five of the bloc's major trading partners: Australia, China, Japan, New Zealand and South Korea.

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As TikTok faces US scrutiny, Chinese apps continue to make millions from American users

As TikTok faces US scrutiny, Chinese apps continue to make millions from American users

In the third quarter of 2019, apps developed by Chinese firms or by companies with large Chinese investors, accounted for around $745 million in users spending in the U.S., according to Sensor Tower.

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EU cuts growth forecasts for the euro zone on global trade tensions

EU cuts growth forecasts for the euro zone on global trade tensions

The EU slashed its growth forecasts for the euro zone Thursday, saying global trade tensions are set to weigh on the region and limit economic expansion.

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These 4 charts show how the UK election, and Brexit, could play out

These 4 charts show how the UK election, and Brexit, could play out

The U.K.'s political parties are in full campaign mode ahead of a snap election on December 12.

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The trade deficit got smaller in September as the US and China work toward tariff truce

The trade deficit got smaller in September as the US and China work toward tariff truce

The U.S. international trade deficit was forecast to narrow to $52.20 billion in September from the $54.90 billion reported a month earlier, according to economists polled by Dow Jones.

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Thailand is a ‘leading beneficiary’ of the trade war, says Standard Chartered

Thailand is a ‘leading beneficiary’ of the trade war, says Standard Chartered

There has been "plenty of evidence" of companies seeking to shift production out of China into countries among the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, says Clive McDonnell of Standard...

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