Jim Mattis, during a brief visit to Seoul, defended US President Donald Trump's decision this month to halt "war games" with South Korea.
Finance ministers from the world’s biggest economies sat down for tense talks in Germany yesterday, formally engaging in a battle of wills over the future of the global free-trade system which ranges a newly forthright US against historic allies.
US airlines are starting to regain some of their lost power over ticket prices, fuelling a post-election rally in the shares and ratifying a bet by billionaire Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway.
Filipino and US troops began training exercises this week, the Philippines military said on Wednesday, despite President Rodrigo Duterte's threats to end joint war games and kick American soldiers out of his country.
The Philippines and the United States launched war games on Tuesday against the backdrop of the unusual threat of American forces being ejected from the Southeast Asian nation, as its firebrand leader pivots to China.
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ABN Amro Group is returning to markets at a premium to European peers seven years after the Dutch government bailed out the bank.