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Singapore cuts 2016 forecast as world economy slows

Aug 11, 2016 - 11:40 PM

The city state s gross domestic product is seen to expand 1 2 instead of 1 3

epa05291720 The Pinnacle@Duxton high rise apartments (C) pictured amongst container cranes bearing the PSA logo at the Pasir Panjang container port in Singapore, 04 May 2016. EPA/WALLACE WOON

Worried IMF cuts world growth forecast, warns over Brexit

Apr 12, 2016 - 9:17 PM

UPDATED The IMF says economic activity has been too slow for too long and calls for immediate action to shore up growth

A file photo dated 18 May 2011 showing the sign of the International Monetary Fund at the entrance of the Headquarters of the IMF, also known as building HQ2, in Washington, DC, USA. Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA

China cuts 2016 growth target to '6.5% to 7%'

Mar 05, 2016 - 12:24 PM

Downward pressure on the economy is growing Domestically problems and risks that have been building up over the years are becoming more evident says Premier Li Keqiang

CHINESE ECONOMY. A construction site in the central business district (CBD) of Beijing, China, January 19, 2016. File photo by Wu Hong/EPA

China sets 2016 growth target at 6.5-7%

Feb 04, 2016 - 2:10 PM

The world s second largest economy admits its slowdown will continue this year

epaselect epa05110096 A migrant worker and a Chinese man walk passing by a construction site in central business district (CBD) of Beijing, China, 19 January 2016. China's economy grew 6.9 percent in 2015, according to official figures released 19 January, marking the slowest growth in more than a quarter of a century. The growth missed the 7-per-cent target that the government had set for the year and is the weakest since 1990. It matched predictions of 6.9 percent by economists. EPA/WU HONG

World Bank cuts PH growth forecast to 6.5% for 2015

Apr 13, 2015 - 11:40 AM

UPDATED Economic growth will also ease slightly in developing countries this year on the back of falling oil prices World Bank says