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Eurozone inflation in April was negative 0.2 percent, compared with a revised zero percent in March (AFP Photo/Philippe Huguen

Eurozone industrial production growth showed acceleration in April

Eurozone industrial production growth accelerated in April, data from Eurostat showed on Monday. Industrial production grew 0.8 per cent on a monthly basis in April,...
Cardi B And Offset

Offset Confirms he showed his vulnerable side

The Migos rapper recently reunited with his wife - the mother of his seven-month-old daughter Kulture - following a brief split and made a...

Petroleum Revenue Committee Charged To Improve Revenue Collection

Finance Minister Mr Ken Ofori-Atta has inaugurated the Multi-Agency Petroleum Revenue Committee (MAPREC) to coordinate the efforts of state institutions in the oil and...

China-Europe Economic Ties Thrives On Xi’s Visit to Finland

China-Europe economic ties in booming tide By Bai Yang from People’s Daily The world is now betting that Chinese President Xi Jinping’s ongoing state visit to...

Mahama Takes Pride In Water Suppy

President John Dramani Mahama on Thursday said the outgoing National Democratic Congress (NDC) Administration had continued to increase investments in the provision of clean...
AFP/File / Fred Dufour China's industrial output rose 6.0% year-on-year in April, down from a 6.8% jump in March

Japan’s industrial output rises 0.1 percent in October

The October index of output at factories and mines stood at 98.5 against the base of 100 in 2010, the highest level since April...
Armored helicopters convoy cargo helicopters during the annual joint military exercise Foal Eagle between South Korea and the United States in Pocheon, northeast of Seoul, March 25, 2015. (Xinhua/Seongbin Kang)

South Korea and Japan to sign military intelligence pact this week despite opposition

The bilateral pact to directly exchange military intelligence on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) would be referred to a cabinet meeting on...

EU shows political will to reduce emissions of greenhouse gas

"We're proud that the EU, with its member states, has succeeded in making the agreement enter into force before the meeting in Marrakech. Nobody...
Hangzhou G20 Summit

Study reveals 6 G 20 countries inability to comply with Paris Treaty

Argentina, Australia, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the United States have not been undertaking sufficient domestic efforts to match their pledged nationally determined contributions...

Gold down on continued reaction to U.S. election

The most active gold contract for December delivery fell 2.6 U.S. dollars, or 0.21 percent, to settle at 1,221.70 dollars per ounce. ...

UAE and China ideal places for youths to advance careers

In the survey whose findings were presented in a media briefing, the two Asia countries ranked as the most preferred emerging market countries, in...

S.Korean prosecutors request investigation into president over confidante scandal

The Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office in charge of probe into the Choi case was quoted as saying that it had delivered to the...

South Korea’s records $ 2.4 billion from mobile shopping trading

The mobile shopping transactions in May were up 41.7 percent from a year earlier, according to Statistics Korea. It was the largest since the...
An Egyptian and a Romanian technicians working for Chinese companies in Yemen prepare to board a Chinese navy vessel in Aden Harbor, Yemen, March 29, 2015. China is withdrawing hundreds of citizens from Yemen with the help of Chinese warships, Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Monday. Hua told a daily press briefing that China has already moved 122 citizens from Yemen to Djibouti. (Xinhua/Xiong Libing)

China subcontracting services growth shoots up

Chinese companies inked service outsourcing contracts worth 349 billion yuan (53 billion U.S. dollars) in the period, up 24.8 percent year on year, faster...

Cassava and Gari prices made gains

There have been recent reports of an increase in the price of cassava across the various markets due to shortage of the produce. The Agric...

South Korea records double digit growth in smartphone mobile banking

The daily average of mobile banking usage through smarpthones amounted to 50.979 million in the first quarter, up 12.4 percent from the previous quarter,...

Crop damage fears, grains and soybeans gained on weak US dollar

Chicago wheat led the gains as the most active wheat contract for July delivery rallied 10 cents, or 2.09 percent, to 4.8775 dollars per...

Mines bring US$335 million taxes to Burkina Faso economy

This contribution is outlined in the fifth report of Burkina Faso Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) that reached Xinhua on Saturday in Ouagadougou. ...
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani

Rouhani predicts a hike in Iran’s economic growth

He put the economic growth of the country in the current Iranian calendar year, ending on March 20, at 3 percent...

South Korea’s Inflation recovered on high prices of food

Consumer prices gained 1.3 percent in February from a year earlier, rebounding from a 0.8 percent rise in January, according to Statistics Korea. The headline...

5 Burundian “insurgents” surrender to security forces

"In total, five young men who were part of insurgents surrendered to security forces in Musaga," said Burundian Police Deputy-Spokesman Moise Nkurunziza. ...
Wpid Money Growth

Benin’s expected economic growth pegged at 5.8 percent

The government plans to execute its economic policy that is based on development of the private sector through reinforcement of energy, transport and ICT...

OPEC crude productivity raised in spite of low oil price

OPEC, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, continued to maintain its high level oil output in the past months despite the plunge of...
Rio Carnival

Rio Carnival pulls in millions of holidaymakers

Despite economic distress and Zika virus threats, the parade at the Sambadrome was packed and "blocos", or street parties, filled the city streets with...
green economy

U.S creates few more jobs to improve economy

The total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 151,000 in January, less than expected. In addition, the Labor Department revised December's job gains down to...

German processing plant orders drop in December 2015

In December 2015, German manufacturers received 0.7 percent fewer orders than in the previous month, data from German Federal Statistics Office showed. In November...

Iran pushes world oil output to new high

Rising output in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries further aggravates the market share battle between top global producers. In the past year...

US economy slows down

Gross domestic product, a measure of overall output, expanded at a seasonally adjusted rate of 0.7 per cent between the months of October and...

South Korea records low auto sales in January

Auto sales in the domestic market by five South Korean automakers, including Hyundai, Kia, GM Korea, Renault Samsung and Ssangyong, reached 106,308 units in...

GDP Figures for UK depicts slower growth for 2016

The 0.5 percent quarter-on-quarter growth in GDP in the final quarter of last year announced by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) was an...