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The world's population will grow to 8.6 billion in 2030, 9.8 billion in 2050 and 11.2 billion in 2100, according to the United Nations.
Most China crash predictions are looking at the wrong scenario, said Michael Buchanan, head of strategy at Singapore wealth fund Temasek.
Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross believes China is "the most highly protectionist of the big countries," but data suggests otherwise.
Argentina's recent foray into the bond market with a century-bond has a number of market analysts debating whether this is a good move from a country that is still reeling from past defaults.
The approval ratings of chief executives at major companies around the world have been released today.
The elevation of Saudi Arabia's former deputy crown prince Mohammad bin Salman could be met with potentially violent resistance at home.
By a royal decree, Saudi Arabia has relieved Muhammad bin Nayef as crown prince, replacing him with Mohammad bin Salman, the state news agency said.
The Treasury said the move "reinforced" sanctions on Russia, which "will not be lifted until Russia ends its occupation of the peninsula."
Foreign companies are slow to adapt as Chinese shoppers upgrade to premium brands, Financial Times reports.
Here's how Qatar can turn its currency woes into a weapon against its neighbors, owrites Breakingviews' Andy Critchlow.
Italy is running into problems with European regulators over its plan to bail out two banks, Neil Unmack writes in Reuters Breakingviews.
Flight training specialists are warning that within ten years the global airline industry faces a massive shortfall of pilots.
Argentina sold $2.75 billion of a hotly demanded 100-year bond in US dollars Monday, just over a year after emerging from its latest default.
Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has announced he will answer questions in parliament to clear the air as he faces abuse of power allegations.
Central banks have long used inflation to set policy, but some analysts wonder if Asia’s policy makers should have bigger fish to fry.
In South Korea, a pledge to scrap plans for new reactors marks an overhaul for country’s energy policy, Financial Times reports.
Investors should look more closely at the opportunities offered by China's inverted yield curve, says UBS' chief local fixed income manager.
China is a much bigger global markets risk than Trump, Brexit and the Fed.
If that death toll is confirmed, it would make the Grenfell Tower blaze the deadliest in London since World War Two.
The update from police came as Prime Minster Theresa May was set to meet with survivors of the high-rise fire at her office, USA Today said.
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