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China’s Belt & Road members tally increases to 69

China’s Belt & Road members tally increases to 69

China has signed currency swap agreements with 22 countries and regions along the Belt and Road.

China’s net inflows rise in Q1, Q2 of 2017

China’s net inflows rise in Q1, Q2 of 2017

Although FDI has slowed somewhat in China, the government has succeeded in decreasing capital outflows.

China’s July industrial output, retail sales grew less than expected

China’s July industrial output, retail sales grew less than expected

China's government says an economic transition from industry toward services is advancing.

Q&A: Russian healthy snacks entrepreneur looks West

Q&A: Russian healthy snacks entrepreneur looks West

Forbes called Elena Shifrina "the face of the healthy snacks sector in Russia".

China’s foreign trade in first 7 months at 15.46 trillion yuan

China’s foreign trade in first 7 months at 15.46 trillion yuan

Trade with the EU, China's biggest trade partner, climbed 17.1 percent .

Emerging markets grow best in three years

Emerging markets grow best in three years

The MSCI Emerging Markets index comprises 10 per cent of world market capitalization.

China Q2 GDP grows 6.9%, beats forecasts

China Q2 GDP grows 6.9%, beats forecasts

Retail sales rose 11.0 percent in June from a year earlier, the fastest pace since December 2015.

Brazil’s Senate approves contested labour reform bill

Brazil’s Senate approves contested labour reform bill

The bill allows more temporary work contracts and outsourcing, eliminating mandatory union dues, in effect weakening workers' rights.

Two-thirds of BRICS bank funds to finance sustainable infrastructure projects

Two-thirds of BRICS bank funds to finance sustainable infrastructure projects

The NDB was created in July 2014 with initial authorised capital of $100 billion.

Russia extends counter sanctions until end of 2018

Russia extends counter sanctions until end of 2018

Russia had banned food imports from countries that had tried to punish Moscow with sanctions.