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President-elect Donald Trump, flanked by his wife and grown children, cuts a ribbon during the grand opening of the Trump International Hotel, just a few blocks from the White House, on Oct. 26. Getty Images hide caption

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Trump's Rejection Of TPP Paves Way For China To Strike Asian Trade Deals

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President Obama, here meeting with President-elect Donald Trump in the Oval Office on Thursday, apparently won't push Congress to implement the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal which Trump is expected to scuttle when he takes over. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Obama Isn't Expected To Push Congress On Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Deal

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How U.S. Trade Policy Could Change Under The Trump Administration

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Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin, chairman of the Dalian Wanda Group, has been buying up Hollywood entertainment properties in recent years. His company said Friday it would buy Dick Clark Productions for about $1 billion. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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Chinese Mogul Buys Dick Clark Productions, His Latest U.S. Purchase

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Wallonia leader Paul Magnette speaks to the media Wednesday prior to a meeting with Belgium's leaders. Wallonia objected to parts of a major European Union-Canada trade deal that was seven years in the making. But Magnette said Thursday he was willing accept the revised terms. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Wallonia's premier, Paul Magnette, (center) leaves Tuesday after talks at Belgium's Foreign Ministry on the trade agreement between the European Union and Canada. All 29 governments involved support the deal, which has been seven years in the making, but Wallonia's opposition is blocking the deal. A signing ceremony had been set for Thursday. Jasper Jacobs /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Crown Prince To Succeed Thai King Who Died After 70-Year Reign

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Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, the vice president of Equatorial Guinea and son of the president, cuts his birthday cake in 2010. The Justice Department says he went on a $100 million shopping spree in the U.S. with money stolen from his homeland. Some $30 million was recovered. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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When Kleptocrats Bring Money Into The U.S., There's Now A Plan To Seize It

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The United Nations humanitarian coordinator for Yemen, Jamie McGoldrick (center, in light blue shirt) inspects a funeral hall on Monday, two days after it was destroyed in Sanaa, Yemen, in an airstrike by a Saudi-led coalition. At least 140 people were killed. Hani Mohammed/AP hide caption

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As Yemen's War Worsens, Questions Grow About The U.S. Role

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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte addresses army troops near Manila on Tuesday. As the U.S. and the Philippines began annual military exercises, the president said it might be for the last time, adding that, "Mr. Obama, you can go to hell." Bullit Marquez/AP hide caption

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He Did It Again: Philippine President Keeps Insulting The U.S. (And Obama)

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U.S. Officials Approve Deal With Iran For Boeing Planes

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Khalid al-Falih is shown at a conference in Riyadh in January, when he was still chairman of Saudi Arabia's state oil giant, Saudi Aramco. He became the country's oil minister in May. Saudi Arabia has been looking to diversify its holdings, and Aramco is reportedly looking to buy an oil refinery near the port of Houston. Fayez Nureldine/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Saudi Arabia Diversifies, A Texas Oil Refinery May Be In Its Future

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Philippine President Urges U.S. To Remove Military Advisers

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North Korea Conducts Nuclear Test Sparking International Condemnation

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