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North Korea is so weak, its economy might not last long under tough U.N. sanctions, a high-ranking defector said.
President Donald Trump's apparent willingness to exit a pact with Iran could undermine any negotiations with another adversary: North Korea.
Tao Zhang outlined his view on the global economy in his first interview with an international media organization since joining the IMF.
A North Korea envoy warned that the situation "has reached the touch-and-go point and a nuclear war may break out any moment."
The largest U.S. bank is investing in the blockchain technology behind bitcoin, despite its CEO's criticism of the digital currency.
As NAFTA debate continues, the ability of foreign companies to sue governments is one of the most contentious issues, N.Y. Times reports.
Negotiators at talks to modernize NAFTA are running out of time and look set to extend the remaining rounds in a bid to meet an end-year deadline.
China has been trying to reduce its dependence on the dollar, but Beijing might want to rethink that plan, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison says a series of measures undertaken by regulators have put household debt issues under control.
Emerging markets should get their fiscal houses in order while monetary conditions remain loose, the International Monetary Fund warned.
China is releasing inflation data on Monday morning ahead of a key leadership meeting in Beijing later this week.
ECB President Mario Draghi said Europe is not in a "bubbly situation" but prime commercial real estate valuations look stretched.
Mario Draghi said Saturday that slack in the labor market remains significant.
What's the difference between the IMF and the World Bank? The answer goes back seven decades.
The Italian bank chief is dismissing concerns about the strength of his bank
Saudi Aramco is considering to sell shares privately rather than list them publicly, the Financial Times reported, citing sources.
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