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SEZs can play catalytic role in Asia's economic development

December 11, 2015
Special Economic Zones (SEZs) can facilitate trade, investment, and policy reform in Asia at the time the region is experiencing a slowdown in trade, said Asian Development Bank (ADB).

Ireland to be world's fastest-growing developed economy again

December 11, 2015
Ireland remains on course to be the world's fastest-growing developed economy for the second straight year, recording an expansion during the third quarter that outpaced that of China.

GDP per capita in the EU28 almost on pre-crisis level

December 11, 2015
The global financial crisis triggered a deep recession in 2008 and 2009, the deepest since the Great Recession of the early 1930s.

Core business sales can't support 220,000 new jobs monthly

December 11, 2015
October’s core business sales fell by -0.3% from September 2015 and were up by merely 1.3% from October 2014.

Power sector pivotal to inclusive growth in Zambia

December 11, 2015
Zambia’s growth is expected to fall below 4% in 2015 after years of 6.4% average growth between 2010 and 2014, according to the sixth World Bank Zambia Economic Brief.

UK's trade deficit in goods and services widens

December 11, 2015
The UK's deficit on trade in goods and services was estimated to have been £4.1 billion in October 2015, a widening of £3.1 billion from September 2015.

East Asia aging faster than any other region in history

December 11, 2015
East Asia is aging faster than any other region in history, and some economies could lose as much as 15% of their working-age population by 2040, according to a World Bank report.

U.S. small-business owners losing optimism

December 10, 2015
U.S. small-business owners continue to be less optimistic about their financial situations in the fourth quarter than they were at the beginning of 2015.

U.S. wholesale inventories decline in October

December 10, 2015
Wholesale inventories in the U,S. suffered an unexpected decline in October, figures released showed.

U.S. job openings little changed at 5.4 million in October

December 10, 2015
The number of job openings in the U.S. was little changed at 5.4 million on the last business day of October, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported.

Bank of England divided over banks' capital buffers

December 10, 2015
Bank of England members are divided over when to start forcing banks to build up extra capital, according to minutes from the central bank's Financial Policy Committee meeting.

German trade balance narrows in October

December 10, 2015
Germany's trade balance narrowed in October, as exports and imports declined, figures released showed.
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