US President Donald Trump’s surprise decision to slap metals tariffs on Brazil is a blow to President Jair Bolsonaro’s aim of forging closer ties with Washington and could push Latin America’s No. 1 economy closer to Trump’s top trade foe - China.
US tariff ambush risks pushing Brazil closer to China
Five interest rate cuts since the start of the year hasn't stopped India's economy from slowing to its weakest growth rate since 2013, but the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is expected to make its sixth cut on Thursday to give what little relief it can.
India seen making sixth interest rate cut, but no cure for economy's ills
A World Trade Organization panel ruled that the European Union has not complied with an order to end illegal subsidies for plane maker Airbus, which prompted the Trump administration to impose tariffs on nearly $7.5 billion US worth of EU goods in October.
WTO ruling says EU has failed to end illegal Airbus subsidies
The first privately-owned port facility on Iran’s Caspian Sea shores is to open after nearly 15 years of planning and construction, said Allahyar Asadi, who heads Ports and Maritime Organization of Golestan Province.
Iran to open first private port on Caspian Sea shore
A report shows Iranians are making heavy investments in the copper industry to make it more competitive at the global level.
Iran seeking major share in global copper trade: Report
Iran is set to overtake Russia this year as the largest importer of Indian tea, despite American sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
Iran on track to become India's largest tea client
Delegations from Iran and Tajikistan met in Tehran for talks about the financial issues surrounding Sangtudeh-2 hydroelectric power plant, a project carried out by Iran in Tajikistan.
Iran, Tajikistan discuss financial issues of power plant project
Emerging markets may need more than a surprise recovery in Chinese manufacturing to exorcise the pain of November.
Too many risks for emerging markets to get China lift
Hong Kong is set to record its first budget deficit in 15 years, the city's finance chief warned Monday, as the business hub reels from the twin shocks of the trade war and seething democracy protests.
Hong Kong set to record first budget deficit in 15 years
Iran’s southeastern province of Kerman exported non-oil commodities worth $458 million in the past eight months (March 21-November 22), which indicates a 48 percent jump in comparison with figures from the corresponding period in its previous year.
Kerman Province posts 48% jump in non-oil exports

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