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SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Bosnia named a Serb economist as prime minister on Tuesday after a compromise between its Serb, Croat and Muslim co-presidents on submitting annual reform plans to NATO ended a 13-month deadlock between opponents and supporters of integration with the West.
COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka's former civil wartime defence chief Gotabaya Rajapaksa was declared the winner in the presidential election on Sunday, after promising to secure the country against militant threats following Easter bombings this year.
COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lankans elect a new president on Saturday in a "finely balanced" race between the early favourite, former defence chief Gotabaya Rajapaksa, and government minister Sajith Premadasa, who has gained momentum in recent weeks.
CHISINAU (Reuters) - Moldova's parliament on Thursday approved former finance minister Ion Chicu as prime minister along with a new government composed mainly of ministers who support Moscow-backed President Igor Dodon.
MARKETS were widely anticipating that President Donald Trump would use his speech to the Economic Club of New York on Tuesday to trumpet progress on reaching the first phase of a trade deal with China.
A letter from TAN EE WAH, Mentakab, Pahang.
AMMAN (Reuters) - Jordan's cabinet on Monday resigned ahead of a government reshuffle expected in the next few days, the state news agency said.
WASHINGTON/FRANKFURT/TOKYO: Easing come. Easing go. A concentrated burst of interest rate cutting and other measures to loosen global financial conditions by the world's central bankers looks to have largely run its course
Stop the trade war, should be the call not just from 37 top economists but all who view the disastrous impact this year-long quarrel has had on the global economy.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina's central bank is setting a price floor under the volatile peso in hopes to avoid a sharp plunge in the currency after an opposition-won presidential election last Sunday shifted the country firmly back to the left.