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  1. An exterior view of China Evergrande Centre in Hong Kong

    China Evergrande says debt level to drop close to year-end target by end-June

    China's most indebted property developer Evergrande Group said its debt will drop to below 600 billion yuan (US$93.73 billion) by the end of this ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: A Barclays bank building is seen at Canary Wharf in London

    As interest rates hit bottom, debt does matter, says Barclays

    With global borrowing costs probably as low as they can go, high debt levels will start to matter more in coming years, a Barclays study found, ...
  3. Virus Outbreak India

    Commentary: Why helping the world’s poorer nations is in the interest of the richer ones

    COVID-19 has shown that rich nations need developing economies to tackle global recovery and a looming climate change catastrophe, says a Havard ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Workers inspect railway tracks, which serve as a part of the Belt and Road freight rail

    Commentary: Just how much do China’s Belt and Road projects benefit recipient countries?

    It turns out that Chinese projects overseas are giving emerging economies what they want, says a researcher.
  5. FILE PHOTO: World Bank President David Malpass attends the "1+6" Roundtable meeting at th

    World Bank chief expects G20 to extend debt payment freeze through end-2021

    WASHINGTON :World Bank President David Malpass said on Monday he expects China, the United States and other Group of 20 major economies to extend ...
  6. FILE PHOTO: An Airbus A330 aircraft of Air Transat airlines takes off in Colomiers near Toulouse

    After failed takeover, Air Transat seeks help as debt crunch looms

    Struggling tour operator Air Transat is in talks with the federal government on aid but may not reach a deal by an April debt deadline, a source ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: A man stands in front of an electronic display at B3 Brazilian Stock Exchange after an

    Analysis: Emerging markets feel the heat of the 'bondfire'

    Just when developing economies were ready to bask in the post-COVID rebound in global growth, in sweeps a bond market blaze to scorch them again.
  8. China's consumer price index (CPI), a key gauge of retail inflation, fell 0.5 percent on-year

    Commentary: Why prices are going haywire and could trigger a surge in inflation

    Today’s low inflation forecasts are thus no guarantee that inflation will actually remain low, says UBS Chairman Axel A Weber.