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Canada's Justin Trudeau, in an effort to save Nafta, visits U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House, Governor Yuriko Koike campaigns in Tokyo, and we take a tour of the $410 million Villa Les Cèdres, a 187-year-old mansion for sale along the coast of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat in France.

U.S. President Donald Trump, second from left, gives a thumbs up while standing for photographs with Justin Trudeau, Canada's prime minister; from left, U.S. First Lady Melania Trump and Sophie Gregoire Trudeau at the South Portico of the White House in Washington on Wednesday. Trump renewed his threat to walk away from the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta) just as Trudeau arrived yesterday in Washington on the eve of a new round of negotiations.

Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

An American flag flies from a tree in front of residences burned by wildfires stand in Santa Rosa, California, on Thursday. Wildfires that tore through northern California's iconic wine-growing regions have prompted evacuations of more than 20,000 people, killed 11 and damaged some of the most valuable vineyards and wineries in the U.S. About 1,500 commercial, residential and industrial structures were burned, and damage assessment teams have started accounting for the destruction.

Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), listens to a question during a Bloomberg Television interview at the IMF and World Bank Group annual meetings in Washington on Thursday. Near-term risks to world financial stability have declined since April amid improving macroeconomic conditions and the subsiding risk of emerging-market turmoil, the IMF said in its latest Global Financial Stability Report released yesterday.

Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

A man fishes in front of a Kobe Steel Ltd. plant in Kobe, Hyogo, Japan, on Friday. Kobe Steel said that the crisis over faked quality controls has expanded to include another nine products, including items manufactured outside Japan and shipped as long ago as 2007, and that the number of affected customers has risen to about 500.

Photographer: Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg

A sitting room inside the a 187-year-old, 18,000-square-foot, 14-bedroom Villa Les Cèdres mansion in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France. With a list price of €350 million ($410 million), the owner, the Italian distiller Davide Campari-Milano SpA, is betting that the house’s combination of history, luxury, and a prime location along the coast of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat will be enough to make it the most expensive residential sale in history.

Photographer: Marlene Awaad/Bloomberg

Sopacha Dhumrongpiyawut, chief executive officer of Gunkul Engineering Pcl, poses for a photograph in Bangkok, Thailand. Gunkul, the most expensive energy stock in Thailand, plans to invest more than 20 billion baht ($599 million) in Japanese solar projects to boost earnings growth.

Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

A worker carries stems of bananas on his shoulder during a harvest in a field in Jalgaon, Maharashtra, India, on Monday.

Photographer: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg

A Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (AEE) worker repairs electrical infrastructure damaged by Hurricane Maria at an intersection in Canvanas, Puerto Rico, on Tuesday. About 89.4 percent of customers on the island were without power at 11 a.m. Wednesday, an increase from Tuesday, when 84 percent were without electricity. A tie line between Palo Seco and San Juan power plants believed to have tripped, causing outages in San Juan.

Photographer: Alex Flynn/Bloomberg

A mechanical claw collects trash in the bunker hall at Dong Energy's Renescience waste energy plant in Northwich, U.K. The Danish energy company is working on new machines that sort household trash from recycling, while rapidly breaking down organic materials such as food to create power from biogas produced by the process.

Photographer: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

Austrian Foreign Minister and leader of the People's Party (OeVP) Sebastian Kurz greets supporters as he arrives for a TV debate in Vienna on Tuesday. Kurz, 31, is the front-runner in Sunday’s election and would become the world’s youngest head of government if elected chancellor. In the campaign, he shifted his People’s Party toward the hard-line anti-immigration stance pushed by Freedom leader Heinz-Christian Strache.

Photographer: Lisi Niesner/Bloomberg

Trainees enter the Multiplex Theatre at the Infosys Ltd. Global Education Center campus in Mysore, India, on Tuesday. When Infosys set out to remake its internal training program, instructors visited flight schools to see how professional pilots are taught to deal with fast-changing situations. That led India’s outsourcing giant to model classes on flight simulators that teach recruits to work faster, think for themselves and anticipate corporate customers’ needs. They’re put through multiple scenarios, and no two training days are alike.

Photographer: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg

Corn is harvested with a Case IH Agricultural Equipment Inc. combine harvester in this aerial photograph taken above Princeton, Illinois, U.S., on Monday. Corn futures for December delivery gained 0.1 percent per bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade.

Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble makes his way to a news conference following an Ecofin meeting of European finance ministers in Luxembourg, on Tuesday. Schäuble, 75, one of the main protagonists of the bloc’s biggest existential drama, will become head of the German parliament’s lower house at the end of October.

Photographer: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg

An attendee operates the Oculus VR Inc. Rift virtual reality (VR) headset during the company's Connect 4 product launch event in San Jose, California, on Wednesday. Facebook Inc. unveiled a cheaper virtual-reality headset that works without being tethered to a computer, rounding out its plan for pushing the emerging technology to the masses.

Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Catalonian President Carles Puigdemont arrives to speak at the Catalan parliament in Barcelona on Tuesday. Puigdemont said that he’ll seek talks with the government in Madrid over the future of his region in Spain, rowing back from an immediate declaration of independence that threatened to turn a constitutional crisis into an economic one.

Photographer: Angel Garcia/Bloomberg

Yuriko Koike, governor of Tokyo and leader of the Party of Hope, waves as she leaves an election campaign rally in Tokyo on Tuesday. As Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party and Koike’s emergent Party of Hope shape up to contest a Japanese national election this month, the two conservative forces are staking out key points of difference on taxes and nuclear power.

Photographer: Akio Kon/Bloomberg

Senator Robert Menendez, a Democrat from New Jersey, exits federal court in Newark, New Jersey, on Wednesday. Prosecutors finished presenting evidence at the bribery trial of Menendez on Wednesday after five weeks of testimony and three dozen witnesses. It's not clear if the defense will offer its own witnesses, or put him on the stand.

Photographer: Peter Foley/Bloomberg