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China central bank says lending small firms jumps 21 percent in...

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s central bank said on Monday that more loans have been extended to small firms in the first five months of...

Don’t expect debt relief, United States warns Africa

By Joe Bavier PRETORIA (Reuters) – African countries running up debt they won’t be able to pay back, including to China, should not expect to...

Indian builders woo buyers with cleaner, greener, ‘smart’ homes

By Nivedita Bhattacharjee BENGALURU (Reuters) – When Arkesh Mishra, 33, and his wife Anasuya scouted for a new home in India’s tech hub of Bengaluru...

China’s used car platform Renrenche looks to slash jobs by 60%,...

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s online used car trading platform Renrenche aims to cut as much as 60 per cent of staff as it battles...

Leveraged loan investors push private equity firms on ESG

By Prudence Ho LONDON (LPC) – Private equity firms are under pressure to boost their use of environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria as debt...

German economy heads for doldrums as business morale dips again: Ifo

BERLIN (Reuters) – German business morale deteriorated for the third month in a row in June, a survey showed on Monday, adding weight to...

ANZ under fire from NZ regulator, government over risk controls, governance

By Praveen Menon and Tom Westbrook WELLINGTON/SYDNEY (Reuters) – New Zealand’s deputy prime minister on Monday called on the chairman of the local unit of...

Qatar says it will invest $3 billion in Pakistan: state news...

DUBAI (Reuters) – Qatar is making $3 billion dollars worth of new investments in Pakistan, in the form of deposits and direct investments, state...

Turkish assets rally after opposition wins Istanbul election

By Ezgi Erkoyun ISTANBUL (Reuters) – The Turkish lira, bonds and shares gained on Monday after the opposition dealt a stinging blow to President Tayyip...

Mini-bill plan creates fissures within Italy’s League

MILAN (Reuters) – A controversial plan for Italy to issue so-called mini-bills to settle overdue state payments is opening cracks within the country’s ruling...
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