THE cheap money policies that fuelled the global economy's rebound since the financial crisis may be about to turn sour...

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With 2019 upon us, Japan takes the reigns of the G20 presidency and the Asia-Pacific region takes up a leading role in the digital economy taxation debate. The widely held expectation is that a...

HAL Abelson, a renowned computer scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), was working the classroom, coffee cup in hand, pacing back and forth. The subject was artificial...

[COPENHAGEN] The flow of Danish butter and bacon to Britons' breakfast tables is expected to fall by around a quarter in case of a hard Brexit, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and...

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JUST over a decade ago, the European Union (EU) unilaterally banned the operation of rate-setting, capacity-controlling liner shipping "conferences" on the trades calling at EU ports. It...

SOFT landings in housing markets are rare and Australia should be ready to respond to the risk of a significant price dive, the OECD said.

[SYDNEY] Soft landings in housing markets are rare and Australia should be ready to respond to the risk of a significant price dive, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)...

[PARIS] Prominent economists called on Tuesday for an alternative measure of economic well-being, arguing in an OECD-backed work that the current focus on gross domestic product (GDP) is insufficient.

THE United Kingdom will slide into recession if it crashes out of the European Union (EU), the OECD predicts.

TRADE tensions and higher interest rates are slowing the global economy, though for now there are no signs of a sharp downturn, the OECD said on Wednesday, lowering its outlook for next year.

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