The police in the Chinese region of Xinjiang are still buying hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of American DNA equipment despite warnings from the…View More China Still Buys American DNA Equipment for Xinjiang Despite Blocks
Violence in Israel could have “significant economic repercussions” if it leads to sustained conflict between Jewish and Arab citizens, the Fitch credit ratings agency said…View More Violence could hurt Israeli economy, ratings agency warns.
More than 405,000 people have volunteered to help the NHS in the fight against coronavirus, according to the Prime Minister. Boris Johnson said he wanted…View More 405,000 people answer government's call to arms to help NHS in coronavirus fight
(Reuters) – A key gauge of China’s debt has topped 300% of gross domestic product, according to the Institute of International Finance (IIF), as Beijing…View More China's debt tops 300% of GDP, now 15% of global total: IIF
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A now record-setting run of U.S. economic growth enters its 121st month on Monday, sustained by a decade of low interest rates…View More As U.S. expansion notches record, recovery may have only just begun
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison meet with the country’s central bank chief on Wednesday to discuss the nation’s slowing economy as pressure…View More Australian PM meets with central bank chief as stimulus calls grow
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s stimulus measures will shore up economic growth this year and next but may undermine the country’s drive to control debt and…View More China's policy stimulus may worsen economic distortions: OECD
BEIRUT (Reuters) – This week will be decisive in efforts to form a government in Lebanon, representing a last chance to break the deadlock, prime…View More Decisive week for Lebanese government formation: Hariri