Where was the economy in this degrading election debate among second raters? – Telegraph.co.uk

Where was the economy in this degrading election debate among second raters? – Telegraph.co.uk
Telegraph.co.ukWhere was the economy in this degrading election debate among second raters?Telegraph.co.ukCall it what you will – the elephant in the room, the dog that didn't bark, whatever; there was one really rather crucial issue which didn't much figure in the election debate – the economy. Instead, the campaign focused almost entirely on quality of …
Where was the economy in this degrading election debate among second raters? – Telegraph.co.uk

Youth Entrepreneurship: The missing link in building the SA economy – Independent Online

Youth Entrepreneurship: The missing link in building the SA economy – Independent Online
Independent OnlineYouth Entrepreneurship: The missing link in building the SA economyIndependent Online“The youth are generally associated with start-up businesses – if we are to encourage the roll-out of more start-up businesses in the economy, then we need to equip the youth with the necessary skills to build these small to medium enterprises (SMEs …
Youth Entrepreneurship: The missing link in building the SA economy – Independent Online

Opinion: Trump is wrong: Clean energy is great for the US economy – MarketWatch

Opinion: Trump is wrong: Clean energy is great for the US economy – MarketWatch
MarketWatchOpinion: Trump is wrong: Clean energy is great for the US economyMarketWatchAnnouncing the United States' withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement, President Donald Trump frequently touted the benefits that this decision will have for the American economy and workforce. In his Rose Garden remarks, he argued that the Paris …and more »
Opinion: Trump is wrong: Clean energy is great for the US economy – MarketWatch

Gigaba: Economy contraction a setback for govt – Eyewitness News

Gigaba: Economy contraction a setback for govt – Eyewitness News
Eyewitness NewsGigaba: Economy contraction a setback for govtEyewitness NewsCAPE TOWN – Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says the contraction in the economy, which has plunged the country into its second recession in less than 10 years, is a setback. He's told Parliament that if growth doesn't improve, government's spending …and more »
Gigaba: Economy contraction a setback for govt – Eyewitness News

Gigaba: Economy contraction a setback for govt – EWN – Eyewitness News

Gigaba: Economy contraction a setback for govt – EWN – Eyewitness News
Eyewitness NewsGigaba: Economy contraction a setback for govt – EWNEyewitness NewsGigaba was replying to debate in the National Assembly on the Appropriation Bill, which provides for the allocation of national revenue to government …and more »
Gigaba: Economy contraction a setback for govt – EWN – Eyewitness News

The chart that shows the UK economy was the weakest in Europe in the first quarter of 2017 – The Independent

The chart that shows the UK economy was the weakest in Europe in the first quarter of 2017 – The Independent
The IndependentThe chart that shows the UK economy was the weakest in Europe in the first quarter of 2017The IndependentThe UK had the lowest GDP growth rate in the European Union in the first quarter of 2017, according to the European statistics agency Eurostat. Britain's 0.2 per cent expansion in the three months to March, down sharply from the 0.7 per cent growth in …Eurozone Economy Grows at Fastest Rate Since 2015Wall Street Journal (subscription)Eurozone economy growth revised up in the first quater of 2017Express.co.ukall 18 news articles »
The chart that shows the UK economy was the weakest in Europe in the first quarter of 2017 – The Independent

Agriculture a shining light in declining economy – Independent Online

Agriculture a shining light in declining economy – Independent Online
Independent OnlineAgriculture a shining light in declining economyIndependent OnlineThis follows news released by Statistics South Africa that the economy contracted by 0.7 percent for the first quarter of 2017, following a decrease of 0.3 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016, indicating that the country has fallen into a technical …and more »
Agriculture a shining light in declining economy – Independent Online

China reports surprise boost in exports but concerns remain over economy – The Independent

China reports surprise boost in exports but concerns remain over economy – The Independent
The IndependentChina reports surprise boost in exports but concerns remain over economyThe IndependentChina reported stronger-than-anticipated exports and imports for May despite falling commodity prices, suggesting the economy is holding up better than expected despite rising lending rates and a cooling property market. Concerns over China landed …China posts surprise surge in exports but worries linger over economic growthTelegraph.co.ukall 47 news articles »
China reports surprise boost in exports but concerns remain over economy – The Independent

China posts surprise surge in exports but worries linger over economic growth – Telegraph.co.uk

China posts surprise surge in exports but worries linger over economic growth – Telegraph.co.uk
Telegraph.co.ukChina posts surprise surge in exports but worries linger over economic growthTelegraph.co.ukChina posted a surge in exports and imports in May, signalling improvement in the world's number two economy, but there were warnings Beijing would struggle to maintain its momentum. The readings will come as a relief after a series of weak readings …China reports surprise boost in exports but concerns remain over economyThe IndependentChina May imports, exports unexpectedly speed up but seen fadingEconomic Timesall 48 news articles »
China posts surprise surge in exports but worries linger over economic growth – Telegraph.co.uk

Empty slogans from government will not rescue our economy – Times LIVE

Empty slogans from government will not rescue our economy – Times LIVE
Empty slogans from government will not rescue our economyTimes LIVEIt's not often that the chief economist of a leading bank will use the word "awful" to describe data on the economy, but this was the word chosen by Standard Chartered Bank's chief economist, Razia Khan, yesterday.
Empty slogans from government will not rescue our economy – Times LIVE