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Indonesia plans WTO filing against EU over palm oil in November
The Indonesian government aims to file a case against the European Union to the World Trade Organization in early November over palm oil, Wisnu Wardhana, foreign trade director general at the Trade Ministry, said on Friday.
Indonesia, South Korea aim to sign trade deal by November
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.
Euro zone trade surplus declines in November, energy imports rise
The euro zone's trade surplus with the rest of the world declined in November from a year earlier, data released on Tuesday showed, due to a sharp rise of imports.
Weak German imports widen trade surplus in November
German imports fell unexpectedly in November, outstripping a drop in exports and widening the trade surplus, data showed on Wednesday, in a further sign that Europe’s largest economy is likely to post meager growth in the fourth quarter of 2018.
Ministry: Japan’s unemployment rate ticked up in November, but labor market remains tight
The unemployment rate in Japan climbed for the second consecutive month in November as the tightest labor market in decades induced people to leave their jobs in search of better opportunities, government data showed on Friday.
China's November home price growth slows as smaller cities cool
Growth in China’s new home prices slowed in November as markets in smaller cities lost some of their heat, though the sector remained relatively resilient amid a broader slowdown in economic activity.
South Korea's jobless rate rises in Nov.
South Korea's jobless rate rose slightly in November, government data showed on Wednesday, amid the government's efforts to create more jobs.
China November car sales fall 14 percent, biggest drop since 2012
China's automobile sales fell 13.9 percent in November from a year earlier, the country's top auto industry association said on Tuesday, marking the steepest such drop in more than six years in the world's largest auto market.
UK's November shopper numbers fall worst for a decade
Shopper numbers in Britain saw their largest November drop for a decade, as Black Friday discounts drove more shopping online, retail researcher Springboard said on Monday.
5 things to do to keep your lungs healthy
November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Here are 5 things to do to keep your lungs healthy.
Irish PM sees chances fading for November Brexit deal
The chances of sealing a deal on Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union in November are fading, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Wednesday.
Britain wants Brexit deal to come by November at latest
British authorities have announced that November will be the deadline for finalizing a deal on the country’s departure from the European Union.
Trump postpones military parade planned for November in Washington
US President Donald Trump has postponed until next year plans for a military parade originally slated for November in Washington, DC, citing the increased cost of the event.
Retail sales in S. Korea up 9.4% in November
Retail sales in South Korea increased more than nine percent in November from a year earlier, led by strong demand for products sold through online malls and convenience stores, government data showed .
China trade with North Korea edged up in November: Report
An official report said that China scaled up business transactions with North Korea last month despite tough sanctions imposed by the United Nations against the country over its military program.

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