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In Venezuela's asphyxiating economy, PDVSA employees are struggling to pay for everything from food and bus rides to school fees.
Infrastructure investments are by far the most powerful asset class in terms of economic relevance.
The International Monetary Fund sees growth slowing in the United States and the euro zone this year.
India's coffers benefited big-time from a tax amnesty - but will it be spent on social security or defense?
The currency dropped sharply after voters rejected a peace deal that many hoped would end a 52-year-old civil war.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said on Sunday he had received support from Russia and China when he complained to them about the U.S.
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Amid worries that the world's economy may be stuck in low gear, some economists see global growth picking up speed.
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There's more to Asia's economy than just China and Singapore, both linchpins of growth. Indonesia's quickly becoming a player as well.
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