By Cardiff Garcia* As part of its retrospective on the global financial crisis, the FT published a series of charts over the weekend showing how global interpersonal income inequality has changed since the crisis.
Global interpersonal inequality through the crisis period
The German economy grew steadily but at a slightly lower rate than anticipated in the second quarter of 2017, figures released by the Federal Statistical Office showed.
German growth slightly slower than expected in Q2
With uncertainty on Fed and Trump policies continuing, it makes sense to continue to look for opportunities in Asia, says Ken Wong, Asia Equity Portfolio Specialist, Eastspring Investments.
Still a lot of opportunities left in Asia
New Zealand has a long-standing trade and economic relationship with Iran, observed Foreign Minister Gerry Brownlee.
NZ has long-standing trade, economic relationship with Iran: Minister
South Korea's crude oil imports from Iran rose 27 percent in July from a year ago, driven by Seoul's strong appetite for competitively priced Iranian light oil as Tehran looks to boost market share.
South Korea's July Iranian crude oil imports jump 27%
Turkey's Unit International signed a $7-billion agreement with Russia's state-owned Zarubezhneft and Iran's Ghadir Investment Holding to drill for oil and natural gas in Iran, the company said on Tuesday.
Turkey's Unit International, Russia's Zarubezhneft sign drilling deal with Iran's Ghadir
Any politician would love to head into an election with the kind of economic record that Germany has shown under Angela Merkel.
Germany: From ‘sick man’ of Europe to engine of growth
UK Prime Minister Theresa May will visit Japan this month for talks with her Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe to discuss Brexit, trade and defense, her office said on Tuesday.
UK PM to lead business delegation to Japan
In the aftermath of the global financial crisis, China’s manufacturing and export dependent economy crumpled and the ruling Communist Party panicked.
Chinese economy addicted to debt
Song Seng Wun of CIMB says Indonesia has grown at five percent in recent years, but domestic consumption levels have been slightly vulnerable.
Indonesia to maintain 5.1% growth: Economist (Video)

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