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Record global debt risks new crisis – Geneva report
A record level of $158.8 trillion in global debt, together with low economic growth is creating a serious threat of a new financial crisis, says the sixteenth annual Geneva Report.

30.09.2014 05:50

CETA: Delayed but not destroyed
The European Commission and Canada have been negotiating over the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) for five years. Now Germany has decided to throw a spanner in the works.

30.09.2014 07:46

Kazakh president proposes free trade zone with Russia, Iran, other Caspian states
Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev has suggested establishing a free trade zone involving Russia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan; all bordering the Caspian Sea and oil-rich.

29.09.2014 13:10

Air France pilots end 14-day strike, as low-cost impasse unbreakable
​Air France pilots have called off a two week strike – the longest in company’s history that grounded 60 percent of flights in recent days and cost the company the estimated $355 million.

29.09.2014 06:52

Polish miners call off Russian coal blockade after Warsaw pledges industry support
Coalminers blocking “cheap” Russian coal at the Poland-Russia border have reportedly reached a deal with the government in Warsaw to consider new coal trade laws that will better protect the country’s coal industry.

25.09.2014 08:21

Russia has enough resources to weather sanctions - Economy Minister
The Russian government plans to look within Russia as well as Asia to help sustain the blow of Western sanctions, Russia’s economy minister said. Internal sources will provide a substitute for Western capital markets.

19.09.2014 15:13

Independent Scotland ‘could take years’ to join EU - Spanish PM
Scotland’s hopes of joining the European Union as an independent state were cast into doubt when Spain’s prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, said it could take years for it to be integrated.

17.09.2014 12:14

TTIP: Is the European Commission digging its own grave?
The European Commission’s reputation is abysmal. Technocrats and faceless bureaucrats dominate public perception. Accountability and legitimacy are absent. So why did the Commission reject the latest European Citizens’ Initiative, and dig its own grave?

17.09.2014 09:35

Scottish independence referendum
Scottish voters have said ‘No’ to independence from UK.

17.09.2014 09:01

​Rosneft may sell almost 90 gas stations to leading commodity trader
Rosneft may sell its gas stations in Central Russia to Trafigura, one of the world’s biggest commodity traders. Russia’s anti-monopoly watchdog is pressing Rosneft to scale down its regional dominance created by the acquisition of TNK-BP.

12.09.2014 06:50

‘EU, UK, Australia have jumped on board the US Hollywood-scripted populist narrative’
The European Union is in a kind of box, and new sanctions against Russia just illustrate its policy of “the four Ds”, which is divert, deflect, deceive and deny, financial commentator Mitchell Feierstein told RT.

12.09.2014 08:29

​China fines Chrysler, Audi $46mn for price fixing
China's anti-monopoly regulator announced Thursday its first punishment of a foreign carmaker for price-fixing, fining Audi and Chrysler a combined $46 million.

11.09.2014 14:34

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