German imports fell more than exports in September to widen the country’s trade surplus, data showed on Thursday, leaving domestic consumption to drive growth in Europe’s largest economy.
German exports dip, but robust orders brighten outlook
Japan's economy was expected have grown for a seventh straight quarter in July-September, a period of unbroken expansion last seen between 1999 and 2001, a Reuters poll found on Friday.
Japan's economy set to show seven straight growth quarters
Iran exported 2.4 million tons of agricultural products, worth $1.42 billion during the six months to September 22.
Iran boosts agricultural exports
Plans are underway to increase petrochemical production capacity to 120 million tons per year by 2021, announced the managing director of Petrochemical Commercial Company (PCC).
Iran plans to raise petchem capacity to 120m tons
Iran's Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade of Iran announced that the cement industry has plans to boost its production capacity.
Iran plans to boost cement output capacity
Iran announced that a second ship with a major wheat consignment for Afghanistan arrived in the southeastern port of Chabahar which is gradually emerging as a key transit point in a corridor bypassing Pakistan.
Second Indian ship with wheat for Afghanistan docks in Iran
Iran exports 12 million cubic meters of gas per day to Iraq's capital, Baghdad and the figure will increase after completion of the gas pipeline project that is expected to reach Basra in coming months, Deputy Petroleum Minister Hamid-Reza Araqi said here on Tuesday.
Iran to pump gas to Basra by yearend: Araqi
Eurozone policymakers will pay increasing attention to the bloc’s debt levels as part of its attempts to shore up the public finances of member states during a strong economic recovery.
Dijsselbloem: Eurozone will focus on debt reduction
China's travel market is hugely lucrative and growing, and travel giant Ctrip is poised to benefit grandly.
China's travel market is growing
Sales of non-food items grew at the slowest pace since records began as families chose days out over shopping, the British Retail Consortium has said.
British retailers hit by  worst non-food sales on record

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