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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A partial shutdown of the U.S. government began to delay the release of data on the world's largest economy on Tuesday, leaving policymakers and investors in a fog.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - As anti-government protests roil Bangkok, the president of Thailand's largest petrochemical company is already seeing scattered disruptions to business.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's Prime Minister Enrico Letta won a confidence vote in parliament's lower chamber on Wednesday after urging lawmakers to back his government or risk chaos
ROME (Reuters) - Prime Minister Enrico Letta called on parliament on Wednesday to back his government or risk chaos as he sought to push through long-avoided reforms intended to revive Italy's economy after two years of recession.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's Prime Minister Enrico Letta won a confidence vote in the Senate on Wednesday, confirming his government's majority after promising sweeping reforms and urging lawmakers to back him or risk chaos.
CYPARK Resources Bhd, a Malaysian company providing integrated green engineering and renewable energy solutions, has engaged global certification expert TـV SـD as part of its plan to transform the former Pajam dumpsite in Nilai, Negri Sembilan into Malaysia’s first and biggest renewable energy park.
LONDON (Reuters) - As the political crisis in Ukraine continues, its severely depleted central bank reserves are putting it at serious risk of a balance-of-payments crunch, its metrics looking worse than almost every big emerging economy.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - After a three-year struggle to convince financial markets that Ireland's economy is back on track, Prime Minister Enda Kenny's government now has to make the case to an equally tough audience: the Irish people.
SANAA (Reuters) - On January 23, science teacher Ali Nasser al-Qawli had finished supervising school exams in the Yemeni village of Khawlan and was enjoying an afternoon with friends when he encountered the strangers.