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The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said the latest inflation forecasts set by the Monetary Board are still ‘doable’ even as the consumer price index in Aug 17 quickened to its fastest pace in three
Prime Minister Narendra Modi justified demonetisation which has come in for criticism, asserting that his government was not afraid of taking “big” and “tough” decisions in the interest of the country. Addressing the Indian diaspora
Pakatan Harapan chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad admits that the Opposition is having some problems with PKR due to its uncertain stance regarding cooperation with PAS in the coming polls. “We are having a little
The city state will face a double whammy: a shrinking workforce and slower progress than Asian neighbours in getting more people into the labour market According to a new study by Oxford Economics, Singapore’s labour
Thailand’s top business group is keeping 2017’s export forecast at 3.5-4% as it remains cautious over a number of downside risks. These risks include Hurricane Harvey’s effects on the US economy, political developments there, geopolitical