The price of subsidised bread has steadily gone up since Lebanon’s economic woes began in 2019, and bakeries have started rationing the staple
At its highest level, South Africa inflation surged to 13-year high in June with the annual consumer price inflation of 7.4%
S&P has upgraded our status. Is this the light at the end of our dark economic tunnel? Will the ratings agency be proven right?
EU pledged to put ‘European geopolitical Community’ project on track around the middle of the year so as to address common challenges
As India export ban shakes market, wheat prices reached a record high in European trading on Monday, rising by almost 6%
eThekwini says preliminary reports revealed 1 152 businesses are located on the city’s floodplain that was ravaged by the floods.
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For Jebin Tuladhar, the past two years have been like walking a tightrope as he tried to steer Shanti, the Indian restaurant chain he manages in Boston, through the pandemic.
American companies ended the year on a strong note but are worried about resurging Covid-19 infections, although supply issues are expected to ease, according to a survey released Monday.
China’s birth rate plummeted to a record low last year, official data showed Monday, as analysts warn that faster-than-expected ageing could deepen economic growth concerns.
The world’s 10 wealthiest men doubled their fortunes during the first two years of the coronavirus pandemic as poverty and inequality soared, a report said on Monday.
As the Omicron variant of Covid-19 sweeps the United States, empty supermarket shelves have become the latest sign of the pandemic’s ongoing disruption to the country’s supply chains.
Cubans are no strangers to queuing for everything from bread to toothpaste, often standing for hours under a blazing sun with no access to a toilet or drinking water, and always with the fear of leaving empty-handed.
Towering above Liberia’s ramshackle capital Monrovia stands a hotel that once symbolised an African dream yet today lies in ruins, a legacy of brutal conflict.
Emerging economies should gird for possible rough times as the US Federal Reserve prepares to raise interest rates and world economic growth slows because of the Omicron variant of Covid-19, the IMF warned Monday.
The US economy added only 199,000 jobs in December but the unemployment rate fell to 3.9 percent, the government reported Friday, a mixed ending to a year spent recovering from the mass layoffs caused by Covid-19.
Sri Lanka unveiled a $1.1 billion targeted relief package Tuesday to help consumers pay soaring food costs as an economic crisis bites.
The International Monetary Fund said Thursday it will extend its flexible access to emergency funding for an additional 18 months to help nations severely impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The July Riots and our third coronavirus lockdown combined to make Q3 a miserable one for our economy, and Ramaphosa’s record now looks bleak.
The 27 member states are historically divided on the issue because national pay systems and minimum wages vary widely
The 3 month operation involved some 400 banks and financial institutions reporting some 7 000 suspicious transactions to international police
While Tel Aviv became the most expensive city in the world to live in, Johannesburg did become one of the ‘biggest movers’ up the rankings.