Syria's economy is crippled by six years of civil war and sanctions mean China is increasingly stepping in to supply the country.
Iceland has announced the last of the capital controls that have been in place since the 2008 financial crisis are being lifted.
UK exports rose quickly towards the end of 2016 and early in 2017 along with factory output growth which was at the strongest in seven years.
Venezuela’s capital Caracas was once one of the world’s wealthiest cities.
Global shocks like the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the 2008 financial recession and political unrest in North Africa and the Middle East were reflected in downturns in passenger demand and profits in the
Time to pack away the selfie sticks as Mobile World Congress, the annual technology and telecoms trade show, wrapped up in Barcelona.
Spending by Spanish households boosted the economy last year, along with exports, but 2017 may be trickier.
Eurozone inflation surged to its highest in four years in February which will put the European Central Bank under pressure to scale back stimulus.
Eurozone manufacturing growth accelerated to a six-year high in February, a fall in the value of the euro helped drive up exports and optimism rose.
The Barcelona World Mobile Congress features hundreds of shiny, new handsets but not the crucial comeback device for Samsung - the Galaxy S8.
There's a new Hi-Tech gang in town making a global name for themselves, busting out of South Moravia in the Czech Republic on a wave of entreprenurial savvy and smart support.
Germany's economy grew 1.9 percent last year boosting the budget surplus hugely, but Chancellor Merkel says the country won't take on any new debt.
By Dr. Hariolf Kottmann, President, Cefic – the EU chemical industry council, CEO, Clariant The European Union is on the cusp of losing its hold as
Verizon - which is buying Yahoo's core internet business - has cut the purchase price to reflect the financial impact of two massive cyber attacks.
Europe's biggest bank HSBC saw annual pre-tax profit slump 62 percent with hefty writedowns and warned its revenues could fall again this year.
Tata's newly-appointed chairman Natarajan Chandrasekaran says he will focus on boosting shareholder returns.
A report PSA would continue operating all Opel's German production sites if it buys Opel-Vauxhall has UK union officials worried.
By Irene Dominioni Amsterdam is famous for its vibrant, avant-garde cafes, but one of them has a particularly intriguing concept.
Japan's economy continues to grow thanks to exports, but spending by consumers is weak and there are fears about US protectionist policies.
Britain's economy remained resilient at the end of last year despite the UK's surprise vote in June to leave the European Union.
A senior White House adviser is in hot water after promoting products of President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka.
European Court of Justice rules on a case involving Carrefour and Intermarché over comparisons in adverts between prices in different sized retailers.
Ryanair had to cut its fares more than expected during the last three months of 2016 because of over-capacity, which pulled down profits.
The ideological project that Trump and Bannon will seek to carry out could have far-reaching geopolitical and economic implications that should worry not only progressives, but also dyed-in-the-wool conservatives like me. To understand how far they are willing to go, one must understand their ultima
There was a strong start to 2017 for factory activity in the eurozone as surveys showed it increased at the fastest rate in nearly six years.
By arbitrarily selecting particular businesses to carry out his “commands,” Trump will destroy the core market principles of transparency and fairness.
Spain's economy hit one of the eurozone's fastest growth rates for 2016 but its consumer-led recovery may slow in the coming months
German businesses are gloomier this month according to a survey of 7,000 firms, which may or may not be linked to Trump's protectionist comments.