Washington and Beijing promised to strengthen relations after the visit of the US secretary of state to China.
China and the United States have been fighting a trade war for years. However, the economies of the two global powers are highly 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 the president of China agreed on the need to strengthen relations.
Elsewhere, Kenya’s president wants to reduce the country’s massive public debt. However, many Kenyans are outraged by the proposed tax hike.
In addition, Japan’s fishing industry is facing a new threat, 12 years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster.