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Europe is at risk of disintegration and this could come at great human cost, Greece’s fiery former finance minister warned on Tuesday.
World trade is weakening to its slowest pace since 2009 amid a groundswell of anti-globalization sentiment, a watchdog warned Tuesday.
The World trade Organization cut its forecast for global trade growth this year by more than a third, reflecting a slowdown in China.
A 14-year old border conflict between Timor-Leste and Australia was revived by an international court on Monday.
The plunge in oil prices since mid-2014 has pushed energy-rich Gulf Arab states to rein in lavish public spending.
Developing Asia will have to fork out $300 billion per year to uphold the Paris climate goals, the Asian Development Bank warned.
The European Union must show that it benefits people's lives, ECB President Mario Draghi said, as the bloc remains in limbo following the U.K.'s Brexit vote.
Over- or underweighting regional economies is more complex as lines between domestic and international blur, an effect of globalization.
A slowdown in China is the greatest threat to the global economy, Kenneth Rogoff, a professor of economics at Harvard University, told the BBC.
China is designing its next generation of trains that can carry passengers at a top speed of 500km/h, the SCMP reports.
A trader predicts that based on historical data, a post-election recession could be on the horizon.
In emerging markets, there's life after BRICS, and analysts say it's in private banking as the middle class thrives.
Former president Bill Clinton talked to CNBC last week about his foundation, Hillary Clinton's campaign and free trade.
Russia plans to raise $7 billion in the international debt markets next year, taking advantage of strong demand, the finance minister told CNBC.
Toxic loans in the Chinese financial system could be 10 times as high as official estimates suggest, Fitch Ratings has warned.
A touted oil production freeze by Saudi Arabia might not be enough to boost crude prices, even if it goes ahead, the Russian finance minister told CNBC.
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