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KUALA LUMPUR: Co-operatives should transform into a national co-operative entity that plays a role to tackle cost of living issues.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's parliament passed a bill on Wednesday to reopen the state broadcaster abruptly unplugged nearly two years ago, in a symbolic move to heal what Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has called a "great wound" of the country's bailout programme.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Despite his recognition that the violence in Baltimore is rooted in economic desperation, Barack Obama has been unable to enact substantial policies to tackle inner city problems, facing limits imposed by Congress and his own identity as the first black president.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Greece and its international creditors should reach a deal on a funding-for-reforms package within days or weeks, Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said on Thursday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain has written to European institutions asking for an overhaul of the region's common economic policy to better integrate member states, El Pais wrote on Wednesday, quoting an eight-page document written by the Prime Minister's office.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's national debt, which amounts to RM596.8bil as of March this year, is still at a moderate level and under control.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta rejected calls for his resignation on Friday after prosecutors named him in a criminal investigation into forgery, money-laundering, conflict of interest and tax evasion.
ACCRA (Reuters) - Authorities in Ghana cleared wreckage on Friday and braced for more rains, a day after flooding and an explosion at a packed gas station killed 150 people in the capital.
LONDON (Reuters) - A debt restructuring deal for Ukraine seemed far off on Friday, after its finance ministry and creditors accused each other of a lack of engagement in talks and Kiev dismissed the offer from bondholders as unacceptable.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's said on Monday the outcome of Turkey's general election had no immediate impact on its BB+ sovereign credit ratings on the country.