Under ‘rules of origin’ clause, ‘region’ will get access to Indian markets regardless of which RCEP country exports to India
The Chinese telecoms equipment giant has said that it has secured more than 50 5G commercial contracts even as it fights accusations from the United States and its allies that its networks are vehicles for Chinese espionage.
Sharif, 69, has been serving a seven-year prison term at the Kot Lakhpat Jail in Lahore since December 24, 2018 when the accountability court convicted him in the Al-Azizia Steel Mills graft case.
The Fed's 180-degree pivot from tightening monetary policy last year to lowering rates this summer helped push the stock market to record highs this year.
Australia, Bahrain and the United Kingdom already have joined the mission.
Proposals include allowing CFIUS to scrutinize bids by foreigners to purchase property located within 1 to 100 miles of military installations or sensitive government facilities.
The French president stressed that it is necessary for the world not to show weakness towards these attacks.
Surveys by Israeli TV stations gave Netanyahu's right-wing Likud 31 to 33 of parliament's 120 seats, versus 32 to 34 for centrist Blue and White led by former General Benny Gantz
The landmark accord saw countries pledge to limit the long-term rise in the average temperature of the Earth to two degrees Celsius over pre-industrial levels, and if possible to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman, who was only appointed to the role earlier this month, said that the world's top energy exporter had dipped into its strategic reserves to maintain supply to clients.
The US and China have been locked in an escalating trade war since early 2018, raising import tariffs on each other's goods.
Saudi Arabia, a key American ally, leads a military coalition that has been battling the Iran-aligned Huthi rebels in Yemen since 2015.
In Parwan province, to the north of Kabul, a Taliban suicide bomber on Tuesday targeted an election campaign rally where Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani was set to speak, killing 26 people and wounding 42.
The result compared with a 10.9% decrease forecast by economists in a Reuters poll and followed a 1.5% drop in July.
Three officials, speaking to Reuters on condition of anonymity, said the attacks involved both cruise missiles and drones, indicating that they involved a higher degree of complexity and sophistication than initially thought.
What he read in the draft outlining the now collapsed deal left Ghani and his officials - who were shut out of the talks by the Taliban refusal to negotiate with what they considered an illegitimate "puppet" regime - badly shaken and resentful, said a senior Kabul official close to the Afghan leader.
The slideshow shows the countries with the biggest share of global oil production in 2018.
Gold prices rose more than 1% early Monday before settling 0.6% up for the day after a weekend attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia inflamed worries over stability in the Middle East.
Production could be fully online within two to three weeks and the kingdom was close to restoring 70% of the 5.7 million barrels a day lost after the attacks, a top Saudi source briefed on the latest developments told Reuters.
Facebook suspended Netanyahu's chatbot for the remainder of election day after it illegally shared polling information, the Times of Israel reported.
Shraddha Sharma chats with Moneycontrol's Ruchi Agrawal to find out how these attacks could affect earnings and stock prices in India.
Japan has usually headed the ADB as a top donor.
President Kovind who was addressing the Indian community and Friends of India here also said that India was committed to enhance the economic relations with Slovenia.
The minister said India's narrative on issues like cross-border terrorism and abrogation of Article 370 has been articulated to global audience.