BRUSSELS - EU officials and Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao are set to lock horns Wednesday over a range of vexsome economic issues, from exchange rates and trade rules to the Asian country's growing influence in the world economy.

BRUSSELS - Countries around the world are acting to keep their currencies from rising, in what one official calls a looming "international currency war." Europe, however, stands out as unlikely to intervene and lower the value of the euro.

BRUSSELS - Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary said Tuesday he's not ready to buy new airplanes just yet.

BEIJING - Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao met Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan on the sidelines of a meeting in Europe in the highest-level contact between the countries since a bitter diplomatic feud broke out a month ago over disputed islands, both countries confirmed Tuesday.

BRUSSELS - The surging economies of Asia should be granted more power in the traditionally Western-dominated global financial institutions, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said Monday at the opening of the Euro-Asian summit.
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