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Watch: Market Movers Asia Nov 11-17: US, China edge closer to ending trade dispute

The US and China – the world's largest commodity consumers – are edging closer to ending their trade dispute. China's commerce ministry says both sides have agreed to remove some tariffs, but in phases.

Also this week, Asian refiners trim crude stockpiles, a South Korean emissions policy could impact LNG and coal, and China's steel sector looks for signs of stimulus after weak third quarter GDP growth.