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Shinzo Abe's editorial on how to handle North Korea avoids all mention of China, and for very good reason. It's up to the United States to bring the five necessary nations together.
Investors should start looking at dairy companies as butter prices hit new highs.
More than 30 of the largest listings in Hong Kong have rewritten their own rules to make the Chinese Communist Party the ultimate authority on corporate decisions.
Whether intentionally or not, North Korea's massive nuclear test was timed right as Asia's key leaders have all been meeting each other. Now they can't back down.
China has long struggled with how to handle North Korea. None of its probable plays appear all that attractive.
Chinese President Xi Jinping needs counterpart Donald Trump to link arms publicly on North Korea, not be pushed away.
The bearish arguments are easy to make, but simply haven't mattered.
If he consolidates his hold on power, President Xi Jinping will come out of the 19th Congress with even greater authority to face both Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un.
American allies in Asia are finding it hard to fathom America's approach.
That would mean that there is the chance for a comeback here of some note.

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