Washington and Beijing pledge to stabilise relations after the US secretary of state’s visit to China.
China and the United States have been fighting a trade war for years. But, the economies of the two global powers are deeply interdependent.
And tensions between the world’s two largest economies, which have caused relations to sink to a historic low, are hurting businesses.
During a rare meeting in Beijing, the US secretary of state and China’s president agreed on a need to stabilise relations.
Elsewhere, Kenya’s president wants to reduce the country’s massive public debt. But, many Kenyans are outraged by proposed tax increases.
Plus, Japan’s fishing industry faces a new threat, 12 years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster.