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(Reuters) - New South African President Cyril Ramaphosa faces an uphill battle to win back public and investor support after Jacob Zuma's nine-year tenure was blighted by corruption, economic mismanagement and ruling party infighting.
HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam has arrested a former chairman of state-owned Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (SBIC) for alleged abuse of power, police said on Friday, as the Southeast Asian nation cracks down on graft.
International Monetary Fund, ratings agency both raise red flags about country’s liabilities
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) should get President Jacob Zuma to stand down as head of state after a party conference next month because like Zimbabwe the country urgently needs a change of leader, a senior ANC official said.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The value of overseas assets held by China's centrally owned enterprises has exceeded 6 trillion yuan (£687.1 billion), with investments in more than 185 countries and regions, the state assets regulator said on Wednesday.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday laid out a confident vision for a more prosperous nation and its role in the world, stressing the importance of wiping out corruption and curbing industrial overcapacity, income inequality and pollution.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will deepen economic and financial reforms and further open its markets to foreign investors as it looks to move from high-speed to high-quality growth, President Xi Jinping said on Wednesday.
WARSAW (Reuters) - When presidential aide Malgorzata Sadurska joined the board of Poland's biggest and oldest insurance company this summer, her lack of business experience was no obstacle.
Bangkok (Reuters) - Thailand have signed two contracts, worth 5.2 billion baht (120.42 million pounds), with Chinese state enterprises for a high-speed rail project with China, Anon Luengboriboon, acting governor of the State Railway of Thailand, told Reuters on Wednesday.