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Tabriz gears up for biggest tourism event of Muslim states in 2018
Tabriz in northwest Iran seeks to step out of the twilight with a spectacular gala which is set to attract heads of state, business leaders and gurus of the hospitality industry to the biggest tourism event of Muslims states in 2018.
2018 global growth to roll to highs not seen in eight years
The global economy is expected to grow at a robust pace this year and reach an altitude not seen since 2010, as momentum builds in developed economies and inflation revives, Reuters polls of over 500 economists showed.
Iranridex 2018 kicks off in Tehran
The 4th International Exhibition of Iranridex — Motorcycle, Bicycle, Parts, Accessories, Electric and Hybrid Vehicles and Related Equipment — opened in the Iranian capital of Tehran on Tuesday.
Why tanker collisions are inevitable, even in 2018
The news was grim as could be; a giant Iranian tanker carrying nearly a million barrels of oil has burst into flames seconds after colliding with a freighter and over 30 sailors are missing. The fire is so huge that the South Korean customer predicts it would take a good several weeks before it finally burns out. The proportions are unheard of... or are they?
2018 may be ‘year of global tax reform’
Trump’s tax reform will exert great influence on global economy and the year 2018 may be the ‘year of global tax reform’, an expert told Xinhuanet recently.
Australia forecasts 20 percent iron ore price drop in 2018
Australia on Monday said it expects iron ore prices to average $51.50 a ton this year, down 20 percent from 2017, because of rising global supply and moderating demand from top importer China as its steel sector shrinks.
Comey hopes US will have more ethical leadership in 2018
In a veiled denunciation of US President Donald Trump whose first year in office was embroiled in controversies, former FBI Director James Comey has said he hopes the United States will have more "ethical leadership" in 2018.
UN chief issues 'red alert' for 2018
General Secretary of the United Nations Antonio Guterres congratulated the New Year and issued a warning on upcoming problems of 2018, IRNA reported.
Revelers around world ring in 2018
Rouhani felicitates New Year to Iranian Christians
Fireworks lit up the sky above Sydney Harbour, highlighting the city’s New Year’s celebrations.
Opposition leader Alexei Navalny barred from challenging Putin in 2018 vote
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was barred on Monday from running in next year’s presidential election after officials ruled he was ineligible to take part due to a suspended prison sentence he says was trumped up.
Global growth in 2018  slowing but not slow
By Gavyn Davies* There is now an almost complete, if belated, consensus among economic commentators that the global economy has enjoyed a synchronized and fairly strong cyclical upswing in 2017. Last month, the OECD joined this consensus, while pointing out that many of the longer term supply side issues that have plagued the world economy in the current decade remain to be solved.
Global GDP growth forecast at 3% in 2018
After exceeding expectations in 2017, the global economy is projected to carry forward its current momentum to generate a three-percent growth rate through 2018, the Conference Board said in its latest Global Economic Outlook 2018.
Vietnam targets economic growth in 2018
Vietnam has targeted a growth of 6.5-6.7 percent in its gross domestic product next year, according to a resolution on socioeconomic development plan for 2018 passed by the country's top legislature.
Malaysia expects to achieve  economic growth in 2018
Malaysia's 2018 real gross domestic product is expected to expand between 5 percent and 5.5 percent, underpinned by resilient domestic and external demand, according to an economic report released by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak.
This economist sees the RBA hiking rates in late 2018 (Video)
Gareth Aird, senior economist, Commonwealth Bank, said that inflation and growth may be tamer than RBA expectations by the middle of next year, leaving the next rate hike likely in late 2018.

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