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·ADB supports sub-South Asia region's efforts to develop prime tourism sites [ 20:24 November 16 2009]
·S Korea's Samsung Life to go public next year [ 19:23 November 16 2009]
·Interest rate may remain steady by year end: Indonesian central bank [ 19:22 November 16 2009]
·Nikkei gains in mixed trade, concerns about fundraising [ 19:13 November 16 2009]
·British jobless rate hits highest level in about 13 years [ 21:03 September 16 2009]
·BOE Governor says consequences of financial crisis pervasive, long-lasting [ 21:48 September 15 2009]
·Singaporeans urged to prepare for slow economy recovery [ 21:46 September 15 2009]
·EAC states resume common market negotiations in Uganda [ 21:44 September 15 2009]
·Eurozone industrial production down by 0.3% in July [ 20:10 September 14 2009]
·Eurozone employment down further in second quarter [ 20:10 September 14 2009]

·EU economy seen emerging from recession [ 20:09 September 14 2009]
·Jordan's budget decifit hits $966 mln in first eight months [ 20:08 September 14 2009]
·Indonesia's largest bank leads syndication credit to fertilizer company [ 20:07 September 14 2009]
·Philippine stocks track U.S. decline [ 20:06 September 14 2009]
·Australian Treasurer warns of rising unemployment [ 20:05 September 14 2009]
·Wall Street advances after Intel boosts outlook [ 11:52 August 29 2009]
·London stock market closes higher [ 11:47 August 29 2009]
·Spanish inflation rate negative for sixth consecutive month [ 11:45 August 29 2009]
·Greek job market resilient despite global financial crisis: minister [ 12:37 August 08 2009]
·Official: Singapore well-prepared to face global challenges [ 20:41 August 07 2009]

·HSBC praises Indonesia's plan to issue Islamic bonds [ 17:56 August 07 2009]
·Laos' economy grows 7.1% in first half [ 17:55 August 07 2009]
·Tokyo stocks close mixed ahead of key U.S. jobs data [ 17:55 August 07 2009]
·Bank of England injects another 50 bln pounds into economy [ 21:58 August 06 2009]
·ECB keeps key interest rate unchanged at 1% [ 21:57 August 06 2009]
·Official: Singapore needs to seize new growth opportunities [ 21:56 August 06 2009]
·British services sector up strongly in July [ 20:59 August 05 2009]
·Eurozone retail sales drop further in June [ 20:58 August 05 2009]
·New Zealand PM announces enhanced RSE scheme [ 20:55 August 05 2009]
·HSBC profit hit by surge in bad debts [ 21:45 August 03 2009]

·Eurozone industrial producer prices down in April [ 21:11 June 03 2009]
·Medvedev voices support for supranational reserve currency [ 21:10 June 03 2009]
·Indonesian central bank cuts rate by 25 basis points [ 21:06 June 03 2009]
·Zuma urges to act to minimize impact of economic downturn on most vulnerable [ 20:53 June 03 2009]
·S Korean president calls for formation of economic bloc with ASEAN [ 21:26 May 31 2009]
·S Korea, ASEAN agree to expand economic ties [ 21:26 May 31 2009]
·EU unveils plan to strengthen pan-European financial supervision [ 16:10 May 28 2009]
·S Korea sees fall in business sentiment for June [ 16:00 May 28 2009]
·Nikkei closes slightly higher [ 15:59 May 28 2009]
·Philippine economy slows to unexpected 0.4% in Q1 [ 15:58 May 28 2009]

·S Korea posts current account surplus in April [ 15:57 May 28 2009]
·S Korea marks highest Q1 economic growth in OECD [ 15:57 May 28 2009]
·Tokyo stocks rise on positive data in morning trading [ 15:56 May 28 2009]
·Eurozone industrial new orders down by 0.8% in March [ 21:34 May 26 2009]
·Thai cabinet approves decree to convene Parliament session concerning new budget bill [ 21:33 May 26 2009]
·Thai Court to rule on constitutionality of executive decree concerning loan borrowing next week [ 21:32 May 26 2009]
·Singapore's total external trade declines 28% in Q1 [ 20:13 May 21 2009]
·Singapore's CPI slows to 2.1% in Q1 [ 20:11 May 21 2009]
·Singapore's GDP contracts 14.6% in Q1 [ 20:09 May 21 2009]
·EU approves Danish rescue aid for Fionia Bank [ 21:36 May 20 2009]

·EU approves Portuguese bank recapitalization plan [ 21:35 May 20 2009]
·S Korea's Samsung remains at top in global TV market ranking [ 21:34 May 20 2009]
·S Korean firms see plunge in profitability in 2008 [ 21:31 May 20 2009]
·S. Korean corporate bankruptcies decline in April [ 21:06 May 19 2009]
·Singapore President: seeing through economic crisis immediate priority [ 21:59 May 18 2009]
·Euro zone records trade surplus in March [ 21:09 May 18 2009]
·Singapore Airlines not to revive talks with China Eastern Airlines [ 20:04 May 15 2009]
·Economic downturn affects tourism in Britain [ 21:13 May 14 2009]
·BT to shed 15,000 more jobs after 2.4-billion-dollar global write-down [ 21:12 May 14 2009]
·Sony reports 227.78 bln yen operating loss in 2008 [ 21:09 May 14 2009]

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