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Global economy chiefs told to reform while going is good
Finance chiefs from around the world were warned Thursday to get their houses in order while the global economy is strong and to be ready for possible shocks in the future.
Global childhood obesity up tenfold over past four decades
Leading UK charities have called for the government to curb marketing spend by junk food companies after a WHO report revealed a tenfold increase in global childhood obesity in the past 40 years.
Global growth is driving equity market gains: Investor (Video)
Bill Northey of US Bank Private Client Group said that his tracking of global indicators paints a solid picture for equity market gains.
First global pledge to end cholera by 2030
Health officials from around the world are meeting in France to commit to preventing 90 percent of cholera deaths by 2030.
IMF official: Global economy  to continue faster expansion
The global economy will expand faster next year while still facing challenges, such as low productivity, high income inequality and low inflation, a senior official with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said.
Global economy in better shape, geopolitical risks remain: RBA
The global economy is in better shape than a year ago, although geopolitical risks have the potential to derail its momentum, a senior Australian central banker said on Wednesday.
Global life expectancies rise
The average global life expectancy in 2016 was 72.5 years — 75.3 years for women and 69.8 years for men — according to the report. That’s up from 65.1 years in 1990 and from 58.4 years in 1970.
Global upswing could be more sustainable this time
Last week, this blog reported the continuing good news that global economic activity has embarked on the strongest and most synchronized period of expansion since 2010. Global growth is running well above the long term trend, especially in the advanced economies.
Larijani: Combating terrorism needs serious global resolve
In a message issued on the occasion of National Day of Combating Terrorism, Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani called on the international community to show serious resolve in fighting this global scourge.
Global food markets further threaten endangered sharks
Researchers at the University of Guelph found that the majority of shark fins and manta ray gills sold at markets around the world for traditional medicines come from endangered species.
Global warming, habitat conversion curb biodiversity
Nature is becoming homogenized, researchers at the University of California (UC), Davis, claimed in a new study.
Global stock funds log 1st net outflow from Korea in 32 weeks
Global equity funds have posted a net outflow from South Korea for the first time in 32 weeks amid foreign investors' massive profit-taking, industry data showed.
Global blindness set to 'triple by 2050'
The number of blind people across the world is set to triple within the next four decades, researchers suggest.
Advanced economies increasingly to blame for global imbalances
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that advanced economies are increasingly responsible for imbalances in the global economy, with Germany having overtaken China as the world’s leading saver.

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