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Controversial TPP pact signed amid New Zealand protests

Protesters highlight the deal's corporate agenda as 12 countries sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Auckland.

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Global oil glut leaves Kazakhstan reeling

Many struggling to make ends meet in main city of Central Asian nation whose economy is heavily dependent on oil.

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Zika outbreak forces India's Tata Motors to rename car

Zica presented at car show as the country's biggest vehicles manufacturer confirms new name will be announced soon.

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New pact promises to reshape Asia-Pacific free trade

Partnership could create a single market between 12 countries that have a combined population of 800 million.

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Pakistan airline workers' protest turns deadly

One killed as clashes break out between police and workers protesting against the privatisation of national carrier.

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Swiss say $4bn may be missing from Malaysia state fund

Investigators believe funds earmarked for social development projects could have been stolen as scandal deepens.

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China stocks slump again as rout continues

Wednesday's 3 percent falls take 2016 losses to nearly 25 percent, or $2 trillion.

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Canada and Iran ease into a new friendship

As Ottawa prepares to lift sanctions against Tehran, analysts say political barriers may slow return of diplomatic ties.

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China stocks tumble 6 percent as oil price slips

Plunge revives concerns about global growth and prompts a selloff in the world's equity markets.

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Flights cancelled as French protests turn violent

Paris police fire tear gas as "Black Tuesday" protesters, including taxi drivers, block roads and throw smoke bombs.

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