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Japan crawls out of recession
Japan’s economy rebounded from recession in the final quarter of last year but growth was weaker than expected as household and corporate spending disappointed, underlining the challenge premier Shinzo Abe faces in shaking off decades of stagnation.
Posted on 2-16-2015 at 9:21 AM
Ghost city: Chinese replica of Manhattan stands empty as economy slows
A replica of Manhattan in China, complete with knock-offs of Rockefeller Center and the Hudson River, is missing that one key element that makes New York, New York: the people.
Posted on 2-11-2015 at 1:46 PM
Reforms have diminished Greek risk: Joe Oliver
Regulatory and financial reforms have helped diminish the risk Greece may pose to the euro zone, Canada's finance minister said on Tuesday, amidst growing concern about Athens' determination to ease austerity measures.
Posted on 2-10-2015 at 7:55 AM
China buys Brazil's soccer dominance as players move for big pay
The top goal scorers in China's Super League might sound familiar -- to a Brazilian soccer fan.
Posted on 2-08-2015 at 3:11 PM
World can't rely on U.S. to carry economy forever: Canada
The U.S. is carrying the world economy at the moment but that is not sustainable, and other major nations must shoulder more of the load, Finance Minister Joe Oliver says.
Posted on 2-06-2015 at 11:43 AM
Fake jersey business alive and kicking despite Chinese crackdown
In China, right now there are factories making everything from fake sports jerseys and knockoff car brakes to counterfeit headphones, candy and designer luggage.
Posted on 2-05-2015 at 1:41 PM
Greek banks hit after ECB snub, Athens rejects 'blackmail'
Greek borrowing costs leapt and bank shares were hit hard on Thursday after the ECB abruptly pulled the plug on its funding for the country's financial sector in what Athens labelled an act of coercion.
Posted on 2-05-2015 at 8:07 AM
Greece seeks ECB funds, Germany rejects austerity roll-back
Greece's new leftist government appealed to the European Central Bank on Wednesday to keep its banks afloat as it seeks to negotiate debt relief with its euro zone partners, but Germany rejected any roll-back of agreed austerity policies.
Posted on 2-04-2015 at 4:01 PM

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