Brazil's gross domestic product increased by 0.2 percent in the second quarter of 2018 compared to the first, reaching 1.693 trillion reais ($416 billion), governmental statistics agency IBGE announced.
Brazil's GDP up 0.2% in Q2
By Zohreh Qanadi
Iran, Thailand keen on boosting trade ties
The euro slipped lower against the US dollar as a closely-watched measure of currency area inflation missed analysts' forecast in a reading that could have significant implications for US interest rates.
Eurozone inflation slows,  potentially adding to US yield curve pressures
India's economy has seen its fastest quarterly growth in two years, even as its rupee currency continues to fall.
India economy accelerates as rupee declines
Japanese government ministries and agencies' budget requests for fiscal 2019 hit a record high of 102.5 trillion yen ($923 billion), officials said, as the nation grapples to finance ballooning social welfare costs and defense spending.
Japanese gov't budget requests for FY 2019 reaches record high
An Iranian petrochemical company has gained the technical know-how to make special catalysts used for gasoline production, making Iran the world's second producer of such advanced component and helping it earn as much as $60 billion a year in export revenue.
Iran develops technology to make gasoline refinery catalysts
President of the National Assembly (NA) of Armenia, Ara Babloyan, on Friday received Ramezan Ali Sobhanifar, head of Iran-Armenia Parliamentary Friendship Group of the Iranian legislature and other members of this group.
Armenia parliament speaker, Iran MPs discuss economic ties
Iran's LPG shipments loaded, or due for lifting, in August rose by 84,000 tons versus July to around 568,000 tons — the highest since the previous US-led sanctions against Tehran — fixtures from shipping sources showed recently.
Iran's August LPG exports leap to 568,000 tons
Iraq plans to send a delegation to the US to discuss an agreement on financial transactions with Iran following Washington's recent move to restore sanctions against Tehran.
Iraq sending team to US to seek Iran bans' waivers
As financial market meltdowns in Argentina and Turkey spread through global emerging markets, Indonesia is feeling the pain more than its peers in Asia.
Why pain in Argentina and Turkey is hurting Indonesia?

Page Generated in 1/7057 sec