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[NEW DELHI] India revised up its economic growth to 6.9 per cent from 4.7 per cent in the fiscal year to March 2014 on Friday after the government changed the formula to measure the economy, a move...

[MOSCOW] Russia's advertising ban on pay-TV channels with foreign content may cut Discovery Communications Inc. and Modern Times Group AB's sales in the country by as much as a third,...

[BRUSSELS] The European Commission is mulling a new law requiring telecoms companies to store communications data of EU citizens as part of its efforts to fight terrorism, after a top court struck...

[MOSCOW] Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov backed the central bank's decision to cut its main interest rate on Friday and said the bank had grounds to say it had the situation on the...

[FRANKFURT] A fund to bolster investment in Europe should be up and running by September, an EU official said on Friday, outlining the timetable for a highly leveraged scheme to bolster growth in a...

[BERLIN] Discussion about a debt reduction for Greece is not in tune with reality and Greece can only get an extension of its aid programme if it is prepared to uphold the promised reforms, a...

[LONDON] The rouble weakened beyond 70 against the dollar for the first time since panic swept across Russian financial markets last month after the central bank unexpectedly lowered its key...

[TOKYO] Japan began deliberating its 2030 targets for power generation on Friday, a process likely to turn contentious when nuclear restarts are considered even as the much delayed cleanup at...

[HELSINKI] Olli Rehn, the European Union's former top economic official, announced on Friday that he will be a candidate in Finland's April parliamentary election, which his Centre party is...

[NEW DELHI] India's fiscal deficit overshot the full-year target in December as the gap swelled to 5.32 trillion rupees (US$85.90 billion), or 100.2 per cent of the target for the fiscal year...