China is to prioritise financial stability over growth this year; QNB said and has forecast the country’s growth at 6.4% in 2018.
Experts, law professors, and arbitrators representing 15 Arab and European countries are scheduled to participate in the ‘3rd International Arbitration Conference’ slated on March 20 in Doha.
Pakistan’s foreign direct investment (FDI) surged 15.6% in the eight months of current fiscal year largely drawing strength from massive Chinese inflows under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor projects, data released by State Bank of Pakistan showed yesterday.
Criticising US President Donald Trump for his protectionist policies, Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman yesterday accused him of not taking his job seriously and warned these measures lead to “risks of a disruptive trade war”.
Noble Group Ltd said it will miss interest and principal payments due this month on two separate bonds, putting it on course for an event of default on its debt after a long-running crisis that has left the commodity trader fighting for its life.
Kingdom Holding Co is reviving talks to raise about $1bn in loans, weeks after its chairman Prince Alwaleed bin Talal was released from detention, people familiar with the matter said.
Saudi Arabia’s willingness to delay the initial public offering of state oil company Aramco to 2019 has several motivations, from regulatory risk to competing projects in the government’s crowded agenda.
The IMF criticism of Lebanon’s public finances is valid, but the country’s draft 2018 budget sends a good signal as it seeks to cut one of the world’s highest debt-to-GDP ratios from above 150%, the head of its central bank said.
For decades, Hong Kong and Singapore have engaged in a more or less friendly competition for financial supremacy in Asia.
Japan’s labour unions have won pay rises for workers, although they’re still too small to generate the big increase in consumption that the Bank of Japan needs for inflation.
The opening of Nirav Modi’s jewellery store on Madison Avenue in the fall of 2015 attracted A-listers from actress Naomi Watts to Donald Trump Jr.