Japan's wholesale prices rose an annual 3.5 percent in November, the fastest rate in nine years, the Bank of Japan said, in a sign that rising global commodity costs were driving up corporate expenses.
Japan November wholesale prices rise
The Turkish economy recorded 11.1 percent year-on-year growth in the third quarter of 2017, hitting highest quarterly growth since 2011, official data showed.
Turkey's economy hits high quarterly growth of 11.1%
Swiss group Autoneum has reached an exclusive license agreement with Iranian automotive supplier Ayegh Khodro Toos (AKT) to produce and distribute components in Iran, it said on Monday.
Swiss company makes Iran push with license deal
Two Iranian ministers announced the government's intention to turn the country’s Bank Maskan into a development bank.
Iranian ministers announce plans for creating development bank
Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran (IDRO) and Turkey's ÇUTAŞ Co. signed a memorandum of understanding on environmental issues and urban waste management.
Iran, Turkey ink MoU on urban waste management
Consul General of Iran in Pakistan’s south western city of Quetta said Iran is ready to export 100 MW of electricity to Gwadar port, Pakistan.
Iran ready to export 100 MW of electricity to Gwadar: Official
By Gavyn Davies* There is now an almost complete, if belated, consensus among economic commentators that the global economy has enjoyed a synchronized and fairly strong cyclical upswing in 2017. Last month, the OECD joined this consensus, while pointing out that many of the longer term supply side issues that have plagued the world economy in the current decade remain to be solved.
Global growth in 2018  slowing but not slow
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) announced on Monday that it has approved its first loan in China for a natural gas project.
AIIB approves first loan project in China
Large Japanese manufacturers turned more optimistic about economic conditions in the October-December quarter, a government survey showed on Monday, in another upbeat sign for an economy on a record run of growth.
Japan big manufacturers' mood improves in Oct.-Dec.
Squeezed British consumers reined in Christmas travel plans and bought fewer new cars last month, setting the stage for the first fall in festive spending in five years, credit card company Visa said on Monday.
UK consumers cut spending in run-up to Christmas

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