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WB forecasts 5.2% GDP growth for Iran in 2017
Recent World Bank report titled 'Global Economic Prospects', predicted gross domestic product growth for Iran at 5.2 percent in 2017.
SEO: Foreign investment in Iran’s capital market up 782%
Foreign investments in Iran’s capital market reached $362 million in the first nine months of the Iranian year (March 20 to December 20, 2016), said a member of the Board of Directors of Securities and Exchange Organization (SEO) of Iran.
Singapore Q4 GDP well above forecasts
Singapore's economic growth surged in the fourth quarter, rising 1.8 percent from a year earlier, handily beating a Reuters forecast for a rise of just 0.6 percent.
Portuguese president hopes for more growth in 2017
Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa said he hoped for more economic growth in 2017, in his speech to mark New Year's Day on Sunday at the presidential palace in Lisbon.
IMF forecasts 6.6% economic growth for Iran
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said it expects Iran’s economic growth to reach as high as 6.6 percent for the Persian calendar year that started in March 2016.
Minister: Iran enjoys highest economic growth rate in region
Iran enjoys the highest economic growth in the region, Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Ali Tayyebnia announced in Tehran.
Iran among fastest growing economies
By Saeed Leylaz Central Bank of Iran (CBI) announced that the gross domestic product grew 7.4 percent in the first half of the current fiscal year (started March 20) compared to the figure for the same period last year.
UK 's current GDP growth rate won't last
‘The business as usual’ approach taken by many firms following the Brexit vote has helped boost UK growth this year, but it will not last, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has warned.
Sluggish global trade growth is here to stay
Is globalization reversing? No, but it has lost dynamism, notably in the case of trade, the motor of global economic integration for decades. The question, however, is why trade’s growth has fallen. Is it because the world economy has slowed? Is it because of the exhaustion of certain opportunities? Or is it because of protectionism?
South Korea Q3 growth slows
A massive recall of Samsung smartphones and strikes at Hyundai Motor took a toll on South Korea's economy in the third quarter, with the slowest growth in more than a year.
Asian regional financial cooperation to bring new growth momentum
Financial cooperation will bring new growth momentum to Asian countries, given that although there have been visible outcomes in this field, the scale is limited, according to specialists.
IMF: Iran's economy has beat expectations with 4.5% growth
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Wednesday that economic conditions in Iran are improving and Iran's economy has beat expectations by growing by 4.5 percent this year compared with 0.4 percent in 2015and could keep that pace.
Growth in German factory activity at three-month high
German manufacturing growth accelerated to a three-month high in September, partly driven by stronger demand from abroad, a survey showed on Monday, suggesting factories will contribute to an economic expansion in the third quarter.
Brexit, low growth and specter of protectionism stalk
For chancellors of the exchequer, annual International Monetary Fund meetings have not always been the happiest of occasions. Heading there in early October 2008, Alistair Darling knew that the solvency of the UK banking system was hanging by a thread. In 1992, Norman Lamont went to Washington with his economic strategy in tatters after Britain’s departure from the Exchange Rate Mechanism on Black Wednesday. In 1976, on his way to Manila, Denis Healey only managed to get as far as London’s Heathrow Airport, such was the intensity of the sterling crisis. On that occasion, the chancellor did not need to go to the IMF: The IMF came to him, the Guardian reported.
Early childhood educators can adapt to a growing number of diverse family structures
The percentage of nuclear families in the United States has steadily declined over the past 50 years.

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