There would be several exceptions to the opposition’s promise of equal treatment, according to the document. They would include bilateral loans from Russia and China, debt deals subject to corruption investigations, and debt subject to disputes in international arbitration tribunals. (Reporting by Corina Pons and Mayela Armas; Writing by Luc Cohen; Editing by Sandra Maler)Read More
Posted by pressreporter | Jul 5, 2019
The finance ministry sharply lowered its forecast for this year’s inflation to 0.9% from the previous 1.6%, compared with the central bank’s target set at 2% and underscoring a stronger case for the BOK to reduce interest rates.Read More
Posted by pressreporter | Jul 4, 2019
The amount of money expected to be invested in the oilsands this year is $12 billion, which is down 4 per cent from $12.5 billion in 2018 and down 64 per cent from the peak of $33.9 billion in 2014.Read More
Israel training Philippines Armed Forces (AFP) to fight Islamic State-linked separatists and terrorists
Posted by pressreporter | Jul 4, 2019
Israel has provided training to the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) to assist its fight against Islamic State-linked separatists and terrorists, the latest sign of tightening strategic ties between the two US allies.Read More
Posted by pressreporter | Jul 3, 2019
‘My turn is over’: High-profile Canopy Growth co-CEO Bruce Linton steps down Bruce Linton, the...Read More
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