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Taipei, July 24 (CNA) J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., the second-largest U.S. mortgage lender, raised its forecast for Taiwan's gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2014 to 3.8 percent from 3.5 percent Thursday on the back of strong economic data in June.
Issues of transparency There are still "pockets of resistance" in the industry due to issues of transparency and sustainability, Chamber of Mines of the Philippines Legal and Policy vice president Ronald Recidoro said at the same briefing. "
Has the Frontier' Economy's Time Finally Arrived? Leveraging their longtime presence and hefty government backing, Japanese businesses eager to hedge their risks in China and find new offshore production bases and markets are rushing into Myanmar,
The TMB-SME Sentiment Index is based on a survey of 1,000 businesses across the country on their confidence currently and for the next three months. The survey ran from April to May 20, before the coup on May 22, so the index in the second quarter
Smartphone Mini-Vacations As The Financial Times reports, Slim made the case for a "radical overhaul" in the time people devote to their work...Having four days [off] would be very important to generate new entertainment activities and other ways
An 'incipient recovery' is round the corner for the Indian economy and it is expected to clock a GDP growth rate of 5.5 per cent in the first quarter of the current fiscal amid signs of improved sentiment on consumer spending and the monsoon, says a
Namely, official confirmation that the depression caused by the mother of all banking and financial crises is finally over. UK output or GDP has finally exceeded its pre-recession peak (the technical definition of a depression is the period during
Investments in universities may be on a downward trend worldwide, but Australia starts below average. Flickr/skynet , CC BY-SA Across the world, governments are grappling with the health of their public finances. The acute needs of healthcare,
Sometime we come across terms that are either hard to understand or difficult to relate with our everyday life. In an effort to help our readers, we are launching a new series today where we try to explain the meaning and relevance of some of the
Jonnie Bird Construction and manufacturing figures have forced analysts to scale back GDP growt predictions, and some think the 0.8% forecast may prove too punchy. Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images Britain will pass another milestone in its