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Jul 04, 2022
TUNIS — Officials from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) started a visit to Tunisia on Monday to start negotiations over a bailout package for the North African country's economy, the central bank said.The Tunisian central bank's press office said the two-week visit would involve officials from the bank and the finance ministry.The talks will e ...
Jul 04, 2022
LONDON — European and Asian stocks mostly advanced on Monday as investors tentatively ...
Jul 04, 2022
STOCKHOLM — Scandinavian airline SAS said on Monday that negotiations between the car ...
Jul 03, 2022
BUENOS AIRES — Martin Guzman, Argentine economy minister, who led debt renegotiations with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), announced ...
Jul 02, 2022
FREETOWN — Sierra Leone on Friday introduced a new family of banknotes, stripping three zeros off the leone, in a bid to restore confidence ...
Jun 30, 2022
SEOUL — Samsung Electronics became the first chipmaker in the world to mass produce advanced 3 nanometre (nm) microchips, the company said o ...
Jun 29, 2022
HANOI — Vietnam's economy expanded in the second quarter at its fastest pace in 11 years thanks to a big rebound in exports and the lifting ...
Jun 28, 2022
WASHINGTON — Washington announced steps on Tuesday to implement the new sanctions on Russia as agreed by G-7 leaders, targeting Moscow's def ...
Jun 27, 2022
AMMAN — Aqaba Container Terminal (ACT) has climbed in ranking among global container ports to achieve a position of 35 out of 370 ports list ...
Jun 26, 2022
ADDIS ABABA — The World Bank on Friday agreed to provide $715 million in grants and loans to Ethiopia, which has been ravaged by drought and ...
Jun 25, 2022
COLOMBO — Sri Lanka has virtually run out of petrol and diesel after several expected shipments were delayed indefinitely, the energy minist ...
Jun 23, 2022
HONG KONG — Asian markets mostly rose on Thursday on bargain buying after the previous day's battering, though oil extended losses afte ...
Jun 22, 2022
BEIRUT — Lebanon's economy should receive a welcome injection of more than $3 billion, thanks to a rebound in tourist arrivals over the summ ...

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