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Thailand plans $630m in economic measures to boost growth: Finance minister
Thailand will introduce economic measures worth about 20 billion baht ($629.52 million) to spur its slowing economy, the finance minister said on Friday.
Japan exports hit by weak China demand, raising risk of economic contraction
Japan’s exports fell for a fourth straight month in March as China-bound shipments slumped again, reinforcing growing anxiety that weak external demand may have knocked the economy into contraction in the first quarter.
UBS chairman: Europe running out of economic policy options to boost growth
Both emerging markets and the US appear poised to recover from last year’s economic stumbles, but problems persist for Europe, according to the head of global financial giant UBS.
ECB set to hold steady amid heightened economic risks
The European Central Bank (ECB) is in an uncomfortable situation. It only announced its exit from the crisis-era multi-trillion bond buying program at the end of last year.
Weak trade data casts doubt on Germany's economic strength
German exports and imports both fell more than expected in February, data showed on Monday, in the latest sign that Europe’s largest economy is likely to post meager growth in the first quarter amid increased headwinds from abroad.
17th Iran-China joint economic meeting held in Beijing
The seventeenth joint economic commission of Iran and China was held in Beijing, attended by the two countries' ministers of economy on Tuesday.
UK economic growth expected to halve in final quarter of 2018
UK growth slowed sharply in the final three months of 2018 as Brexit anxiety weighed on consumers and firms, official figures published on Monday showed.
Trump accuses Obama of causing economic downturn
US President Donald Trump has slammed former President Barack Obama for causing economic depression by introducing “job killing regulations and roadblocks” during his two terms in the White House.
Economic forecaster: UK can avoid no-deal Brexit recession
Britain could avoid slumping into a recession in the aftermath of a no-deal Brexit, according to one of Britain’s leading economics forecasters.
Sources: BoJ to cut price forecasts, keep rosy economic view
The Bank of Japan (BoJ) is expected to cut its inflation forecasts at next week’s rate review, sources say, a sign slumping oil prices and a darkening global economic outlook are heightening challenges for hitting its ambitious two percent target.
China's premier says tax cuts support employment, economic stability
China’s plans for tax cuts targeting smaller companies will help to support employment and economic stability, and will expand the country’s tax base over the long term, Premier Li Keqiang was quoted as saying on Saturday.
ECB's Nowotny: Unclear how deep and lasting Germany's economic problems are
It is unclear if Germany’s recent economic setbacks are a one-off or a more lasting phenomenon caused by structural problems, particularly in its car industry, European Central Bank policymaker Ewald Nowotny said in remarks published on Saturday.
Industrial orders fall in latest sign of German economic slowdown
Trade frictions, risks linked to Britain’s possible departure from the European Union this year without a deal and weaker growth in emerging markets are putting the brakes on a nine-year upswing in Europe’s economic powerhouse.
Japan's Abe says vigilant to global economic risks clouding recovery
Japan’s government will keep a close eye on looming risks to a global economic recovery as it guides policy, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said in an interview aired by public broadcaster NHK on Sunday.
Australian shares have worst year since 2011 amid growing economic concerns
Australian shares have had their worst year since 2011 amid fresh evidence of a tightening credit squeeze at home and growing concern about a weakening global economy.

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