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Japan economy marks fourth straight quarter of expansion
Japan’s economy expanded at a faster than earlier estimated annual rate of 1.8 percent in July-September, powered by stronger consumer purchases and corporate investment ahead of an Oct. 1 tax hike.
South Korean economy remains sluggish on slowing exports: KDI
The South Korean economy shows a continued sluggishness due to slowing exports and weak investment, a state-run think tank said Sunday.
As China's economy slows, the poor take the brunt
Several years ago, Gan Xiaoge traveled the nearly 200 kilometers (124 miles) from Anhui Province in China's east to the capital Beijing in search of work.
India seen making sixth interest rate cut, but no cure for economy's ills
Five interest rate cuts since the start of the year hasn't stopped India's economy from slowing to its weakest growth rate since 2013, but the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is expected to make its sixth cut on Thursday to give what little relief it can.
Tourism is affecting Scottish economy, environment
New concerns have arisen that tourism, a main force in the Scottish economy, may have unintended consequences on the country and environment, according to the Scottish Tourism Alliance.
Chinese defaults to rise in 2020 as economy slows, Moody’s says
The number of Chinese companies failing to make payments will continue to rise in the year ahead as economic growth sputters and the government attempts to rein in support to indebted companies, according to Moody’s Investors Service.
Wasting more time for Lebanon govt. formation badly affects people, economy: Hezbollah official
A high-ranking official of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement says the cash-strapped country can no longer accept wasting time for the government formation, as economic pressures mount and mass protests demanding departure of the ruling elite continue.
Germany damaging the European economy
By Maximilian Krahé & David Adler*
Oil, wheat shipments grind to halt and imperil Canada’s economy
Canada’s $1.7 trillion economy has long been closely tied to the ebbs and flows of global trade.
Euro-area economy moves closer to stagnation as orders fall
The euro-area economy came close to a halt in November as the steep decline in manufacturing spread further into services.
China raises estimate of economy’s size following census
China’s economy was 2.1 percent bigger than earlier estimated, the government said Friday, revising the gross domestic product for 2018 to 91.93 trillion yuan ($13.1 trillion) based on results of a census.
Australia now has a one-speed economy — and that speed is slow
The gross state product figures for the 2018-19 financial year reveal that Tasmania, the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and Victoria were the strongest-performing states and territories, but that the weakness in the national economy is widespread and so too is the stagnation of household living standards.

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