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China pledges billions to African economies

Chinese President Xi Jinping has announced massive new funding for projects in Africa at a China-Africa Cooperation summit in Johannesburg. The program includes zero interest loans and infrastructure investments. China’s President Xi Jinping told African leaders on Friday that his country would provide $60 billion (55.1 billion euros) over three years to fund development on …

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G20 economies back clampdown on tax avoidance

The group of G20 leading economies has endorsed an action plan to prevent tax dodging by international corporations. At their summit in Antalya, Turkey, policy makers also remained committed to stimulating growth. G20 leaders on Monday said they fully supported a plan by the group’s finance ministers aimed at ensuring that internationally operating companies paid …

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Eurozone recovery will be ‘moderate’ in 2016

The economies of the 19 countries that use the euro are forecast to keep growing next year, but experts have warned member states with shakier finances to cut debt levels and invest more. The European Union tempered its growth forecast for the eurozone on Thursday, citing China’s economic slowdown and weak demand for European exports …

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Singapore still top place for doing business

When it comes to the efficiency of financial regulations and the ease of doing business, Singapore is second to none. The dynamic Asian city state once again tops the World Bank’s 2016 global rankings. Singapore held on to its business-friendly top ranking in the World Bank’s “Doing Business 2016” report released in Bangkok on Wednesday. …

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German exporters upbeat despite market volatility

German exporters are expecting another boom in their shipments abroad this year despite a number of global market uncertainties. And they don’t think WV’s pollution scandal will be much of a party pooper. Sluggish growth prospects in many parts of the world aren’t discouraging German exporters, who on Tuesday said they were expecting to ship …

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Opinion: Fed regulators are afraid of their own courage

The Fed continues to hold off on turning around interest rates. The decision is the right one because it is based on economic reality and it helps many emerging economies, DW’s Andreas Rostek writes. In German, the phrase “afraid of their own courage” is used for people who hold back when they could probably do …

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Innovation in Developing Economies

By Michael R Czinkota and Ilkka Ronkainen Innovation in developing economies is evolving rapidly, but can still improve in terms of marketing. Businesses in emerging economies can make profits and can positively affect the livelihoods of people. In the next generation, multinational corporations can expand to vast un- and underserved consumer groups in developing countries. Executives …

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