By Benet Koleka
DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran’s economy is starting to recover more rapidly from years of international sanctions but the country urgently needs to shore up its banks, a senior International Monetary Fund
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s top leaders have started an annual meeting to map out economic and reform plans for 2018, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Monday.
BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil’s government has secured between 270 and 280 of the 308 votes needed to approve a bill to overhaul the country’s bloated social security system in February, President
By Luke Baker BRUSSELS (Reuters) – If European leaders earned points for the amount of time they spend at summits, French President Emmanuel Macron would probably top the rankings this week.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – German business software group SAP SE said on Friday lowered the forecast for its expected effective tax rate in 2017 to reflect the impact of an intra-group transfer
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union is not under pressure to make quick changes to the way the euro zone works because the economy is doing well, Lithuanian president Dalia Grybauskaite said on
BRASILIA (Reuters) – The lower house of Brazil’s Congress will delay a vote on a bill trimming social security benefits until Feb. 19, Speaker Rodrigo Maia said on Thursday, pushing a decision on the
By Luke Baker and Noah Barkin