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Business Line explores the OECD's warning that the global economy is in a 'low growth trap' and Tehran wants foreign social media to move its citizens' data onto servers inside Iran.
After a two-day summit in central Japan, the Group of Seven industrial powers pledged on Friday to seek strong global growth.
Euronews correspondent James Franey reports from Ise-Shima, where Group of Seven (G7) leaders have voiced concern about emerging economies at the summit in…
The global economy, foreign policy and refugees... Just some of the topics on the agenda at the G7 summit in Japan.
Since 11:00 CET on Thursday May 26,you have been able to follow live the plenary session from the Astana Economic Forum. In this session speakers
Economics, refugees and security top G7 agenda Japan’s primary concern – Chinese assertiveness Hiroshima visit next on Obama itinerary World leaders have been welcomed by Japanese Prime Minister
The World Bank and IMF, at their Spring meeting are urging Greece’s creditors to rethink their policies after studies concluded austerity was
There does not appear to be much to smile about when it comes to the global economy these days: new massive tax evasion scandal; Europe’s continuing
Biotech, artificial intelligence and 3D printing are among the things that the people at the the World Economic Forum in Davos think will change our future
This year’s World Economic Forum has opened in the Swiss ski resort of Davos in a climate of uncertainty as stock markets around the world experience
Concerns about global growth are alive and kicking. Commodity currencies took a beating on Friday (January 15) as oil prices fell back below 30
On the season finale of Business Middle East we summarise a volatile year and discuss the 2016 forecast for global and MENA markets with Nour Eldeen
The Paris-based Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has issued another gloomy outlook for the global economy, its second in a row
The Federal Reserve, Bank of of England and the People’s Bank of China. three central banks play a hugely influential role in the performances of the
The outlook for the world economy is less bright than it was a few months ago, according to the OECD. The Paris-based Organisation for Economic
*If the video doesn’t play, click here to watch the discussion from the 25th Economic Forum on YouTube * The themes of the panel were a more
It’s been a truly roller-coaster week on the world’s stock markets. The panic selling that took hold in China and elsewhere earlier in the week
British oil and gas giant BP’s second-quarter profits slumped by almost two thirds due to a combination of lower crude prices and ongoing charges
Caught in a financial crisis, how big will the waves from the Greek drama and a possible exit from the euro be when they crash on the shore of the
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has slashed its 2015 global growth forecast from 4 percent to 3.1 percent. It has
Precarious work and temporary contracts are increasingly becoming commonplace around the world, according to a new report. The International Labour
Income inequality in industrialised countries is now at its highest level in 50 years
Here’s a warning for the global economic outlook, issued by the International Monetary Fund: the US, UK and India cannot alone relaunch the world’s
Singapore has retained its position as the most expensive city in the world to live, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit that compares 133
The new season of Business Middle East looks at the world’s most important economic events as they affect the Middle East, with central banks in focus
The global response to the worst Ebola outbreak in history is a key topic at the World Economic Forum. The UN’s World Food Programme is feeding
Falling oil prices and sanctions are pressuring Russia's economy. The International Monetary Fund says this is an opportunity for the country to enact reforms.
Not surprisingly the International Monetary Fund has cut its global growth forecast for the next two years. In October the IMF projected world
Brent oil fell to under $50 a barrel after the international Monetary Fund cut its forecast for global economic growth. The IMF appraisal indicates
Growth in China has slowed to its lowest rate in more than 20 years and its economy is expected to lose more momentum in 2015. Growth of 7.4 percent