BRUSSELS (AFP) - The latest tit-for-tat EU-China trade disputes could signal worse to come but both sides have a lot to lose if things get out of hand and harm the much-needed economic growth they seek, analysts said.
BRUSSELS (AFP) - European leaders gather this week for a summit overshadowed by rampant unemployment and the deepening eurozone recession, but with hopes of breaking down resistance to a planned crackdown on tax evasion.
PARIS (AFP) - The recovery of the Japanese economy, just as a recession in Europe digs in, is renewing pressure on European policymakers to shift course from austerity to stimulus.
NEW DELHI (AFP) - India's investigation into whether Walmart may have bribed Indian officials to gain wider access to the country's vast market has been "closed" due to lack of evidence, a report said on Saturday.
NEW DELHI(AFP) - India faces at least "a one-in-three" chance of losing its prized sovereign grade rating, global ratings agency Standard and Poor's has warned, in another blow to the scandal-tainted Congress government.