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Bank CEO: Asia has 'mitigating factors' to counter global growth slowdown
Global growth is expected to slow in the coming months, but Asian economies could hold up reasonably well, thanks to several ‘mitigating factors’, according to the chief executive of Southeast Asia's largest bank.
China January exports, imports seen falling again in blow to global growth
China’s trade engine likely remained stuck in reverse in January, with imports and exports expected to fall for the second month in a row, adding to concerns the economy may be at risk of a sharper slowdown.
Irish startup Hexafly looks to go global with insect farming
Hexafly, an Irish biotech startup that developed a new method of sustainable insect farming, is seeking to raise €10 million later this year to build a new production facility in Ashbourne, Co Meath.
UBS' Ermotti: Global market liquidity could 'freeze like the water in Davos’
Assumptions about global liquidity are wrong and market activity could freeze up quickly, according to the chief executive of Swiss bank UBS.
Pessimism is dramatically rising among global CEOs, survey shows
Chief executives from the world's leading companies expressed a record jump in pessimism about global growth prospects, according to a PwC survey released alongside the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos.
Space Science capabilities earn South Africa global recognition
South Africa has won an extraordinary victory in space science, with the South African National Space Agency (SANSA) being selected by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to become the designated regional provider of space weather information to the entire aviation sector using African airspace.
Deal-making in global health-care sector set to rebound in 2019, law firm says
Deal-making activity in the rapidly growing health-care sector is expected to rebound in 2019, a law firm said in a report Monday, but heavier regulation and political uncertainty cloud the future of mergers and acquisitions.
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.
Global markets are desperate for some Christmas spirit after a dismal year
Investors are entering the Christmas holidays hoping for some respite from a brutal few months in which stock markets have sold off across the world, with little sign of the customary ‘Santa rally’ in December.
GE's push to fix power turbine problem goes global
Utilities are shutting down at least 18 of General Electric Co.’s newest gas turbines for repairs at power plants from Taiwan to France, according to more than a dozen interviews with plant operators and industry experts.
CEO: Russian cybersecurity firm Group IB to open global HQ in Singapore
Russian cybersecurity company Group IB is to open a global headquarters in Singapore this year or in early next as part of international expansion plans, Chief Executive Ilya Sachkov said.
Austria to shun global migration pact on sovereignty worries
Austria will follow the US and Hungary in backing out of a United Nations (UN) migration pact over concerns it will blur the line between legal and illegal migration, the right-wing government said on Wednesday.
‘Global deal’ urgently needed to save nature, says WWF
Efforts to preserve nature are way off what is required, and a ‘global deal’ in the mold of the Paris climate agreement is needed to bring it back from the brink, a report has warned.
Iran, US lead global polyethylene capacity growth to 2026
Iran and the US will lead the global polyethylene market capacity growth, which is poised to increase from 110.5 million tons per annum (mtpa) in 2017 to 150.9 mtpa in 2026, said GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

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