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TOKYO The head of the state-backed $18 billion Japan Investment Corp (JIC), Masaaki Tanaka, said on Monday he and eight other board members would resign citing distrust of the trade ministry after a dispute over their pay.
TOKYO, Dec 10 The head of the state-backed $18 billion Japan Investment Corp (JIC), Masaaki Tanaka, said on Monday he and eight other board members would resign citing distrust of the trade ministry after a dispute over their pay.
NEW YORK A broad index of world stock markets posted gains for a second straight day on Tuesday, as investors piled into U.S. technology and energy stocks even as a trade war loomed.
MILAN/LONDON A recovery in European shares stalled on Tuesday as a trade dispute between Washington and Beijing weighed on the market and investors seized on China's demand for sanctions from the World Trade Organisation as a reason to take the market lower.
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TOKYO Japanese chipmaker Renesas Electronics Corp said on Tuesday it had agreed to buy U.S. peer Integrated Device Technology Inc for about $6.7 billion (5.1 billion pounds), aiming to boost its expertise in self-driving car technologies. | Video
TOKYO Japan's Renesas Electronics Corp said it had agreed to buy Integrated Device Technology Inc (IDT) for $6.7 billion, its second major acquisition as it deepens its push into semiconductors for self-driving cars. | Video
LONDON Hopes of a UK-EU deal over Brexit kept the British pound near five-week highs on Tuesday, helping lighten the mood in Europe even though the ongoing trade dispute between Washington and Beijing kept world stocks trading just off three-week lows.
SYDNEY, Sept 11 Asian shares were struggling to avoid a ninth straight session of losses on Tuesday as the spectre of a further escalation in the Sino-U.S. trade war haunted investors, while the pound perched at a five-week top on hints a Brexit deal might be nearer.
* Second major analog chip deal after paying $3.2 bln for Intersil