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China vows targeted measures as financial stability risks rise
China said it will take targeted measures to cope with rising risks and challenges facing the nation’s finance sector amid slowing economic growth and trade tensions with the US.
Beijing yields to Hong Kong’s financial clout
Beijing has yielded to Hong Kong’s unique economic status.
Financial sector must be at heart of tackling climate change
Mark Carney & François Villeroy de Galhau & Frank Elderson*
Business confidence in UK hits lowest ebb since financial crisis
Business confidence has crashed to the lowest point since 2012, and the economy is only growing because firms are stockpiling ahead of Brexit, according to a key sentiment indicator.
Children's services in England in financial crisis, say charities
England’s child protection and support services are in financial crisis, with the heaviest cuts burden falling disproportionately on the north of the country and in the most deprived areas, research by the UK’s ‘big five’ children’s charities found.
China's PBoC sets up bureau to improve financial oversight
The People’s Bank of China (PBoC) has set up a department to oversee and eliminate financial risks, as part of its restructuring of departments and personnel.
Al-Mustaqbal daily owned by Lebanon's Hariri prints last edition
Lebanon’s al-Mustaqbal paper, founded by former prime minister Rafiq Hariri, has published its last print edition, reportedly buckling under financial woes and the strength of the competition.
Germany and China pledge to open markets, deepen financial cooperation
Germany and China on Friday signed agreements to strengthen coordination in banking, finance and capital markets, and pledged to further open market access and deepen their pragmatic cooperation to broaden economic ties.
Larijani urges Asian states to develop financial cooperation
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said that Asian governments must move towards implementation of financial proposals raised during 11th plenary session of the Asia Parliamentary Assembly (APA).
No-deal Brexit could be as bad as 2008 financial crash
The governor of the Bank of England has warned the cabinet that the impact of a no-deal Brexit could be as catastrophic as the financial crisis that crippled the UK economy a decade ago.
Gov't takes steps to improve financial welfare for people with disabilities
The South Korean government's top financial regulator on Monday unveiled steps to improve welfare for people with disabilities.

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