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Alternative investment funds post sharp growth
The size of funds that invest in real estate and nontraditional assets has topped the 100 trillion-won ($89 billion) mark as investors poured money into alternative vehicles seeking stable returns, industry data showed on Sunday.
China's growth engines slowly converging
Growth in China’s economy has long centered on the coast, where Shanghai and the Pearl River Delta form some of the world’s most productive regions on their own.
China's second-quarter GDP growth seen at around 6.8%
China's economy will likely expand around 6.8 percent in the second quarter of 2017, the State Information Center said in an article published in the state-owned China Securities Journal on Saturday.
Eurozone needs more than Germany for breakout growth
Germany once again helped the 19-country eurozone eke out steady economic growth in the first quarter of the year. The hope is now that others, such as France and Italy, will start to pull their weight more and push growth even higher this year.
Spain's economy keeps up positive run with Q1 growth
Spain's economy expanded by 0.8 percent in the first quarter, the National Institute of Statistics said, keeping it as one of the fastest-growing in the European Union.
German government lifts 2017 growth forecasts to 1.5 percent
The German government has slightly raised its growth forecasts for Europe's biggest economy for this year and next due to increased optimism about rising global demand, two senior government officials told Reuters on Tuesday.
Iran's GDP growth stands at 6.4%
Iran's GDP growth stood at 6.4 percent in 2016, largely as a result of the oil sector's bounce back, both in production and exports, following the removal of sanctions in January 2016 through the JCPOA, World Bank reported.
Oil demand growth slows for second year
Demand for oil is expected to slow for the second year in a row, the International Energy Agency has said.
Europe admits G20 economies will miss extra growth target
European Union finance ministers admitted on Saturday that the world's 20 biggest economies (G20) will miss their target of generating additional economic growth through reforms by 2018 and called for reflection on why they have failed.
Analyst: Iran's economic growth hits record high
Iran's economic growth registered an 11.6-percent growth in the nine months from March 20, 2016 to December 20, 2016 indicating over eight percent growth year-on-year to stand on top of the list of world economic powers in terms of annual economic growth, said economic analyst and lecturer at Shahid Beheshti University Saeed Leilaz on Wednesday.
Britain has lost a decade of growth
Britain has now experienced a ‘decade without growth’ according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies and the latest official projections in the Budget suggest this lost income will never be recovered.
Japan logs 1% growth in 2016 on exports
Japan's economy expanded 1.0 percent in 2016 as a bump in exports and capital investment offset weak spending at home, data showed on Monday, although it was unlikely to erase concerns about Tokyo's faltering war on deflation.
UK service sector growth slows
Growth in the UK's dominant service sector slowed last month, according to a closely watched survey, while price pressures 'remained intense'.

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