By Muyu Xu and Melanie Burton BEIJING/MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Chinese coal traders have stopped ordering Australian coal as clearing times through China’s customs have doubled to at least 40 days,
By Alessandra Prentice DAKAR (Reuters) – In a campaign video featuring images of fireballs and flashing lights, Senegalese President Macky Sall is depicted in front of an express train, a motorway, a
MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Russian ruble edged up on Tuesday, supported by higher oil prices and month-end tax payments that usually prompt companies to convert their dollars to meet local duties.
JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia and South Korea agreed on Tuesday to resume talks on a bilateral trade and investment agreement and aimed to sign a deal by November.
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s corporate regulator, which was criticized heavily by a misconduct inquiry for being soft on the financial industry, said on Tuesday it expects to refer major financial
BEIJING (Reuters) – China will provide further support for banks’ perpetual bond issuance, including examining ways to broaden the investor base for such bonds, to help boost lending in the economy, a
By Swati Pandey SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s central bank will keep rates at record lows until at least early 2021, a Reuters poll showed, with an increasing number of analysts either predicting a
JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia’s central bank will keep interest rates on hold on Thursday, a Reuters poll showed, as the Federal Reserve’s caution over further rate hikes has spurred some hopes
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China’s decision to cut company taxes and fees is an important part of fiscal policy and is a hard-hitting measure needed to cope with pressure on the economy, state media