Emerging economies risk “leading the world economy into a slump,” with lower growth and a rout in financial markets, the Financial Times reports.» Read More
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A peace agreement with armed rebels would permanently add 1.5 percent to Colombia's GDP, according the country's leader.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Thursday downplayed criticism over the country's air strike targets in Syria.
"A big part of it is the fact that commodity prices are down and continue to be down," Jim Yong Kim said.
The revenue that Saudi Arabia generates from oil could be overtaken by tourism one day, according to tourism industry experts and economists.
South Korea said Volkswagen's local unit informed the government it could recall about 120,000 vehicles in the country.
Temporary work visas were designed to import specialized skills — not move jobs overseas. The New York Times reports.
"When the economy is bad, we still have the money to spend — you guys probably don't, you worry," Alibaba founder Jack Ma said.
Emerging economies will likely see their fifth consecutive year of declining rates of growth, Lagarde said.
Inflation remains well below the ECB's target and could fuel expectations of an extension of its 1 trillion euro bond-buying program.
Japan needs more economic stimulus to stave off a serious China shock, according to one of PM Abe's closest advisers, the FT reports.
Countries across the world are suffering from a shortfall in productivity growth that is sapping economic expansion, according to the World Economic Forum.
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I saw firsthand the determination of the refugees to rise above their plight, says Elizabeth MacBride. We have a lot to gain by welcoming them.
Silent Circle unveiled the “Blackphone 2” on Monday, which provides encryption to enable secure calls, texts, file transfers and video conferencing.
Saudi Arabia's withdrawn billions of dollars from global asset managers as the country seeks to cut its growing deficit, the FT reports.
In another holiday-shortened trading week, investors will remain on their toes amid a barrage of data due from the region's top four economies.
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Separatists have won a clear majority in Catalonia's parliament, an exit poll showed, putting them on a collision course with the national govt.
After the South China Sea and cyberspace, the U.S. and China rivalry has found a new front: women’s rights, The NY Times reports.