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The West's rising protectionism is a threat to Asia’s prosperity, Tommy Koh, Singapore's ambassador-at-large, said Thursday.
The Supreme Court of Pakistan has finally delivered a ruling over Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's exposure to the Panama Papers revelations.
Steel is no stranger to global trade spats, especially when it comes to China.
"We are open to listen, to discuss, to explain and we are interested in the best relationship that is possible," Wolfgang Schaeuble said.
The IMF chief also says U.S. tax reform can benefit both the domestic and global economy if it is tailored the proper way.
Far-leftist Jean-Luc Melenchon's polling numbers have skyrocketed, giving other candidates a run for their money.
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde holds a news conference as the IMF and the World Bank Group hold their 2017 spring meetings.
China's foreign exchange regulator has said that pressure on capital outflows has eased.
China is cutting taxes this year by 380 billion yuan ($55 billion) in efforts to encourage spending and boost growth.
Brazil is attracting strong foreign direct investment after a scandal involving its meat industry, the country's finance minister said.
Vitor Gaspar, the director of the International Monetary Fund's fiscal affairs department spoke with CNBC about the state of global fiscal policy.
British lawmakers are currently debating in Parliament whether the U.K. should have an early general election, after recent calls from Theresa May.
China requires skincare and cosmetics firms to submit to animal testing in government labs before regulators approve products for sale in the country.
Goldman Sachs is closing two long-dollar “top trade” calls, both of which would have posted losses, the bank said in a note on Tuesday.
The pariah state has found surprising ways to finance its nuclear weapons program.
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