About 3,500 US companies, including Tesla Inc., Ford Motor Co., Target Corp., Walgreen Co. and Home Depot have sued the Trump administration in the last two weeks over the imposition of tariffs on more than $300 billion (£235.35 billion) in Chinese-made goods.
Some 3,500 US companies sue over Trump-imposed Chinese tariffs
China’s corn crop is expected to fall by up to 10 million metric tons, or nearly four percent, from the latest government estimates after heavy wind and rains toppled crops in major production areas in the northeastern Corn Belt recently.
China's corn crophurt by storms, may raise US import purchases
Russian President Vladimir Putin argued that ending “illegitimate sanctions” against countries like his could boost the coronavirus-hit global economy and create jobs, using his annual speech at the UN General Assembly to stress the need for multilateral cooperation against the pandemic.
Russia's Putin urges end to sanctions to boost world economy
Bank of England is investigating ways of removing obstacles to step, aimed at boosting economy.
UK interest rates likely to fall below zero in 2021
Ford, Nissan and BMW unveiled new electric models with more range for the Chinese market on Saturday as the Beijing auto show opened under anti-virus controls that included holding news conferences by international video link.
China opens auto show under anti-disease controls
A post-Brexit trade deal "can and must be made", the organization representing British businesses has said ahead of further UK-EU trade talks.
Trade deal can and must be made: CBI boss
South Korea's exports of services contributed more to its economic growth in 2019 than overseas shipments of goods, a report showed on Wednesday.
Service exports contribute more to South Korea's 2019 economic growth than goods
Hong Kong’s government is drawing fresh criticism from economists and business advocates who say a third round of virus relief stimulus doesn’t go far enough.
Hong Kong urged to boost stimulus using fiscal war chest
Mitsubishi Motors Corp. will seek voluntary retirement from 500 to 600 employees, mostly in management, in Japan from mid-November to cut costs, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Saturday.
Mitsubishi Motors to cut 500-600 jobs to reduce costs: Sources

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