Business confidence among South Korean companies improved as outlook for earnings showed upbeat picture, central bank data showed Monday.
Japanese government said Friday that the country’s consumer prices was up 0.8 percent in August from a year earlier for the third straight month of increase.
Central gov’t announced Wednesday it will give up more administrative power to let market better play its role, streamlining procedures for administrative approvals and easing investment controls.
China’s treasury bond futures opened higher on Thursday, with the contract for settlement in December 2013, the most actively traded, up 0.018 yuan to open at 94.448 yuan.
Endemic poverty in rural Latin America and the Caribbean is partly due to a lack of decent-paying jobs and weak labor organizations, an report released in Santiago Wednesday said.
China’s latest round of western development presents even greater opportunities to overseas Chinese entrepreneurs, delegates said at the ongoing World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention in Chengdu.
China’s economy, the bid to go global by domestic enterprises and cross-border business using the renminbi were topics of discussion during a forum yesterday at the ongoing World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention in Chengdu.
China’s cabinet, has approved the establishment of a comprehensive bonded zone in southwest China’s Guizhou Province, the provincial government said Wednesday.
Spanish government would revise up the 2014 gross domestic product (GDP) growth forecast to 0.7 percent from the previous predicted 0.5 percent.
Antonio Tajani, Vice-President of the European Commission and European commissioner for industry and entrepreneurship, here on Tuesday called for revitalizing the European economy and strengthening the fight against counterfeit goods.