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The easing of foreign ownership rules in the Chinese insurance industry will help both foreign and domestic players.
Increased tax compliance and access to credit in India could see the country reap massive rewards.
Western countries are pushing their culture and political values onto others, China's propaganda chief said Friday.
The condition of North Korea's latest escapee revealed worrying insights about health and hygiene in the rogue state.
Satellite imagery indicates Pyongyang is making progress on developing its first operational ballistic missile sub, according to 38North.
Arun Jaitley told CNBC the worst of the fallout from demonetization and goods and services tax reform is long over.
Once the 'breadbasket of Africa', the country has suffered decades of economic decline.
Bitcoin trade in Japan now accounts for about half the volume of global trade, compared to about a quarter in the U.S.
The Chinese are investing big money in India through small-ticket, low-profile deals that are difficult to block.
Some analysts are watching the rise in China's 10-year sovereign bond yield as an indication that growth may slow and spill over to global markets.
Jean-Claude Trichet said: "We are now at a level which is higher than immediately before the financial crisis."
Al-Emadi told CNBC on Wednesday that the alleged push to destabilize Qatar's economy is "against international laws."
The initiative, announced Wednesday by several Saudi regulators, will enable select businesses to establish themselves in the King Abdullah Economic City.
Russia and Venezuela have signed a debt restructuring deal under which Caracas will pay Moscow back $3.15 billion over a 10-year period.
The prolonged period of low central bank interest rates and rising debt in developed economies poses the greatest risk to financial markets in the medium-term, according to an International Monetary Fund (IMF) executive.
The White House has to help New Delhi on the issues that it cares about, experts say.
Japan's economy grew at an annualized rate of 1.4 percent in July-September, posting a seventh straight quarter of expansion.
Several loud explosions echoed across central Harare in the early hours of Wednesday after troops deployed on the streets of the capital.
Al-Arab, chairman of Egypt's Commercial International Bank (CIB), said that fintech firms were not disruptive to the financial services.
Appetite for risk has increased among money managers to a new high, according to the latest fund manager survey by Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BoAML).
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