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Reuters poll: South Korea's economy may return to growth in Q2, but Japan row a new risk
South Korea’s economy probably returned to growth in the second quarter after a surprising contraction in the first, helped mainly by government spending, a Reuters poll found on Tuesday.
Japan keeping wary con impact from slowing China economy
Japan is on the lookout for any negative impacts the slowing Chinese economy and US-China trade tensions are having on its economic recovery, a government report said Tuesday.
As China’s economy slows, why the world should care
China’s economic growth is sputtering. The official forecast of six percent to 6.5 percent is the slowest on record, and the 6.2 percent growth actually reported in the second quarter is the weakest since the government began releasing quarterly data in 1992.
South Sudan's economy to grow by 5% in 2019
South Sudan's gross domestic product (GDP) is projected to grow by five percent in 2019 following years of contraction, the country's central bank said Friday.
Environment damage inflicts billions in losses on Iran’s economy: Study
A study carried out by the Iranian parliament alleges that the Iranian economy suffers billions in losses each year over the damage inflicted on the environment.
MPs warn no-deal Brexit would cause 'severe disruption' to economy, jobs
A no-deal Brexit would not be pursued by any ‘responsible" government because of the ‘severe disruption’ it would cause, an influential committee of MPs warned.
Reuters poll: Australian economy stuck in sub-par growth, but to dodge recession
Australia may be destined for another two years of sub-par economic growth as debt-laden households keep their wallets shut tight, though analysts are hopeful lower interest rates and tax handouts would help it dodge a recession.
UK economy grows more than expected in May, helped by autos rebound
Britain’s economy grew by more than expected in May, helped by a rebound in car production after Brexit-related shutdowns, according to figures that will ease concerns about the extent of the country’s slowdown.
S. Korea's economy slowing on weak investment and exports
The South Korean economy is facing a slowdown on weakening investment and declining exports, a state-run think tank said Sunday.
UK economy shrank in Q2 as Brexit, global worries mount
Britain’s economy appears to have contracted in the second quarter of 2019 after the dominant services industry barely grew in June against a backdrop of worries about Brexit and the world economy, a closely watched survey showed.
For some firms, South Korea's economy feels like it's already in recession
Kang Dong-wan, the head of an electronic goods supplier for South Korea’s biggest global brands, said it feels like Asia’s fourth-largest economy is in a recession as business conditions have deteriorated further after a tough 2018.
'Golden age' of Australian economy fades as dark clouds loom
Australia's record-breaking economic run isn't about to end because of a ban on plastic bags — as one lobby group spuriously claimed — but consumers are buying less, offering a cautionary tale for the rest of the world.
Canada’s economy clearly on the mend
After a dreadful performance last winter, Canada’s economy has sprung back to life.
Biggest expectation from India’s finance minister is to bring economy back on track
As the Indian economy is struggling with a sluggish growth rate of 5.8 percent for the January-March quarter of financial year 2018-19 coupled with 45-year high unemployment rate of over six percent, lagging exports, distressed farm sector, etc, the challenges before the Narendra Modi-led government, is to bring the nation back on a growth path.
Fed chair says US economy facing growing uncertainties
Federal Reserve Board Chairman Jerome Powell said Tuesday the outlook for the US economy has become cloudier since early May, with rising uncertainties over trade and global growth causing the central bank to reassess its next move on interest rates.

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