Chinese government’s efforts to curb domestic power consumption restrict supply, threatening industrial production and closure of auto plants.
The renewed offer from BHP values Toronto-listed Noront at about $280 million, prompting the miner's chief executive Alan Coutts to back the proposal
China's economic slowdown will hit Brazil and Chile, plus South Africa, Ethiopia, Germany, Saudi Arabia and many countries in the Asia-Pacific, analyst says.
Bulgarian economist keeps her job as head of the International Monetary Fund, after the lender's board reaffirmed its confidence in her, despite data-rigging allegation.
Regardless of who was to blame for changes to World Bank data in 2017 that benefited China, the scandal has hurt the reputation of both institutions, former staff, officials and experts say
Indian industrialist Anil Ambani is alleged to hold interests in 18 offshore companies even though he told a London court last year that his net worth is zero.
It’s not just a shortage of chips that’s forcing companies to cut global production by 7.7 million units this year, new study finds
Brands such as Burberry are going from strength to strength in China despite official criticism of Western consumer labels
Tech giant reportedly takes down email servers that might lead to identification of personnel in US-led government
Many emerging market economies face a combination of chronically weak growth, rising inflation and deteriorating fiscal finances, said head of Global Macro Research Rob Subbaraman.
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