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voanews.com berichtet: The World Bank says economic growth in the East Asia Pacific region will grow moderately this year and next, due to China's changing economy and possible weaker demand in the overall global economy In its biannual forecast of the region, the Washington-based development bank says East Asia Pacific, which includes China, will grow at 6 3 percent in 2016 and 6 2 percent in 2017, down from its robust 6 5 percent growth achieved in 2015   The economies of the Philippines and Vietnam . World Bank Predicts Mild Economic Growth for East Asia Pacific. weiterlesen ...

winnipegfreepress.com: TOKYO - Shares meandered in Asia on Monday, after China reported consumer prices were steady but wholesale prices fell in March . Asian markets meander on weak China inflation data. Japan's announcement of mixed trends in machinery orders did little to improve sentiment given the continued strengthening of the Japanese yen. KEEPING SCORE: Tokyo's weiterlesen ...

Dazu schreibt forbes.com weiter: The Panama Papers, a collection of leaked documents covering the tax-sensitive offshore business of world political leaders, has prompted the prime ministerof Iceland to resignand put his British peerDavid Cameron on a Q&A defensive . China Plans A Single, Chilling Response To The Panama Papers. The papers point also to China, suggesting that family members of eight current or former senior weiterlesen ...

cnbc.com schreibt dazu: Significant overcapacity will remain in China's steel sector even after restructuring, industry executives said . China: There'll be no let-up in our steel glut. The FT reports. weiterlesen ...

Dazu schreibt rss.dw.de weiter: Steinmeier in China: Small projects for a big partner weiterlesen ...

Mitteilung von rss.dw.de: Greece sells Piraeus port to Chinese bidder weiterlesen ...

Nachricht von rss.dw.de: German exports unexpectedly rebound in February weiterlesen ...

rss.dw.de schreibt dazu: 'Germany and China want stability in the Middle East' weiterlesen ...

rss.dw.de schreibt: WTO lowers global trade forecast weiterlesen ...

Dazu meldet rss.dw.de weiter: China imposes trade sanctions on North Korea weiterlesen ...

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