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India Q2 growth slows to 5.1%: Reuters poll

India Q2 growth slows to 5.1%: Reuters poll

Asia's third-largest economy needs to register growth around 8 per cent to create enough jobs for its growing workforce.

SA warns of cross-border financial risks to African banking

SA warns of cross-border financial risks to African banking

Africa is now home to seven of the world’s fastest growing economies.

China eyes bigger role in South Asian bloc

China eyes bigger role in South Asian bloc

China has offered $30 billion in construction of roads to the 8-member SAARC.

China industrial profits drop 2.1% in Oct

China industrial profits drop 2.1% in Oct

Sluggish market demand, rising labor costs and dropping product prices were listed as reasons for the fall by NBS.

No policy change expected at OPEC meet

No policy change expected at OPEC meet

Saudi Arabia says markets should be left to stabilize themselves.

China, India home to 860 mn internet users: UN agency

China, India home to 860 mn internet users: UN agency

The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) report also underlines the urban-rural digital divide in countries like India.

China slams sanctions as power politics at UNSC meet

China slams sanctions as power politics at UNSC meet

The Chinese envoy's statement at the UNSC meet on Tuesday will provide relief and support for Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Not everyone backs Draghi’s stimulus plans

Not everyone backs Draghi’s stimulus plans

“It is essential to bring back inflation to target and without delay," the European Central Bank chief says.

India seeks Chinese aid in building high-speed rail corridor

India seeks Chinese aid in building high-speed rail corridor

An Indian Railways team is in China to chalk out plans for conducting a feasibility study.

SouthAfrica 3rd quarter GDP up by 1.4%: StatsSA

SouthAfrica 3rd quarter GDP up by 1.4%: StatsSA

New Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has admitted that this year’s growth target of 2.7 per cent now looks unattainable.