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BEIJING: China has revised up the estimated size of its economy for 2013 by 3.4% to 58.8 trillion yuan (US$9.5tril), the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday, but said the revision would not...
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2014/12/15 01:16
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With the stroke of a pen, China may meet its 2014 economic growth target after all. China’s Statistics Bureau is predicted to announce results of its third national economic census this month after a...
2014/12/11 08:49
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PARIS--French consumer prices dropped more than expected in November from the previous month, statistics showed Thursday, raising pressure on the European Central Bank to take additional measures to...
2014/12/11 01:16
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Australian employers added almost three times the number of jobs forecast in November, indicating the central bank’s plan to spur growth and hiring with record-low interest rates is working. The...
2014/12/03 01:49
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BEIJING--A gauge of China's business activity outside of its factory floors rose slightly in November after dipping to a nine-month low in October, official data showed on Wednesday. China's official...
2014/12/01 09:37
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Indonesia inflation spikes on fuel hike, central bank holding rate Published: 1 December 2014 On November 17, Indonesian president Joko Widodo increased fuel prices more than 30%, causing inflation...
2014/12/01 04:49
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BEIJING--The Chinese economy continued to weaken in November as two gauges of factory activity indicated manufacturing had lost momentum despite a recent cut in interest rates. China shares rose in...
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BEIJING--China's official manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index fell to 50.3 in November compared with 50.8 in October, the National Bureau of Statistics said in a statement Monday. The November...
2014/11/28 16:12
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SAO PAULO (AP) — The government says Brazil's economy has pulled out of the recession it slipped into after the second quarter of the year. The IBGE Statistics Bureau said Friday that Brazil's gross...
2014/11/28 08:06
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Japan’s two-year note yields dropped below zero for the first time after a report showed gains in consumer prices slowed for a third straight month even as the central bank pushed forward with record...
2014/11/28 06:06
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When a country imports almost all its energy, a slide in oil prices to a four-year low should be helpful -- cutting costs for companies and households. For Japan, it may not be so simple. The...
2014/11/28 03:06
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Rating companies say defaults in China will spread as the central bank’s interest rate cut will do little to stop a wave of maturities from worsening record debt downgrades. Chinese credit assessors...
2014/11/28 02:42
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One of the most revered assertions by government workers is that they make less than their private-sector peers. It’s the argument made to justify generous pension programs that are the envy of...
2014/11/25 23:55
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BEIJING—Beijing’s housing market is showing signs of improvement from the first half of the year, but sharp gains aren’t likely even with last week’s interest-rate cut, said a senior executive at the...
2014/11/21 03:06
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Global investors have doubled holdings of contracts insuring China’s sovereign debt as its companies raise funds abroad and views diverge on the economy. The net notional amount of credit-default...
2014/11/19 21:27
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Data out this week shows the Japanese economy returning to recession by contracting for the second straight quarter (and three out of the last four quarters). The conclusion reached by the Keynesian...
2014/11/19 07:16
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China, a week after unveiling an accord aimed at limiting carbon emissions, plans to cap the increasing rate at which it consumes energy to 28 percent for the seven-year period to 2020. The nation is...
2014/11/18 06:29
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The National Bureau of Statistics, NBS, said on Sunday that the Nigerian economy grew by about 6.23 per cent on aggregate basis in the third quarter (Q3) of 2014. The Bureau said in its latest report...
2014/11/17 10:30
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The marginal fall in the inflation figures for the month of October, which the National Bureau of Statistics put at 8.1 per cent, was a great relief to economic watchers who had feared that the...
2014/11/14 23:49
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ROME: Italy's economy shrank slightly in the third quarter due to weak domestic demand, data showed on Friday, putting the country back in recession and marking the 13th quarter running without any...
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