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Koh Gui Qing

WeWork's Neumann voted to oust himself as CEO after failed IPO: sources

27 Sep 2019

NEW YORK When WeWork's directors voted on Tuesday to oust Adam Neumann as chief executive after a failed attempt to take the office-sharing startup public, Neumann cast his vote against himself, according to three people familiar with the situation.

U.S. charges JPMorgan metals traders over alleged market manipulation

16 Sep 2019

WASHINGTON The Department of Justice charged two current and one former JPMorgan Chase & Co executives on Monday with alleged racketeering and manipulating prices of metals such as gold, silver, platinum and palladium between 2008 and 2016.

Exclusive: Two JPMorgan metals executives put on leave amid U.S. probe - source

12 Sep 2019

LONDON/NEW YORK Two JPMorgan Chase & Co employees, including a top metals trading executive, have been placed on leave in response to a U.S. criminal investigation into the bank’s metals trading practices, according to a source familiar with the matter.

EXCLUSIVE-Two JPMorgan metals executives put on leave amid U.S. probe -source

12 Sep 2019

LONDON/NEW YORK, Sept 12 Two JPMorgan Chase & Co employees, including a top metals trading executive, have been placed on leave in response to a U.S. criminal investigation into the bank’s metals trading practices, according to a source familiar with the matter.

China halts purchase of U.S. farm products

06 Aug 2019

China has halted its purchases of U.S. agricultural products and will not rule out levying import tariffs on American farm imports purchased after Aug. 3, the Chinese Commerce Ministry said early on Tuesday.

China halts purchase of U.S. farm products

05 Aug 2019

China has halted its purchases of U.S. agricultural products and will not rule out levying import tariffs on American farm imports purchased after Aug. 3, the Chinese Commerce Ministry said early on Tuesday.

Special Report: How Poland became a front in the cold war between U.S. and China

02 Jul 2019

By Joanna Plucinska, Koh Gui Qing, Alicja Ptak and Steve Stecklow

Trump, Xi set for high-stakes trade war talks in Japan

29 Jun 2019

OSAKA/NEW YORK, June 29 U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are set for a high-stakes meeting in Japan on Saturday that could salvage trade talks or plunge the world's two largest economies into a deeper trade war.

Moore, under fire, withdraws from bid for Fed post

03 May 2019

Economic commentator Stephen Moore has withdrawn from consideration for a seat on the U.S. Federal Reserve Board after weeks of criticism about his political partisanship, shifting views on interest rate policy, and sexist comments about women.

Minnesota student sues China's JD.com CEO Liu with allegation of rape

17 Apr 2019

A University of Minnesota student who said she was raped last August by Richard Liu, the chief executive officer of China's e-commerce retailer JD.com Inc, filed a civil lawsuit against him in a Minneapolis court on Tuesday, nearly four months after prosecutors declined to press criminal charges.

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