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  1. Tsipras says Greece will "continue our path of fiscal stability"

    Greece will meet primary surplus targets until 2022: Tsipras

    Greece will meet primary surplus targets of 3.5 percent of GDP until 2022 as required by its creditors, but the policies to achieve that will be ...
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    Commentary: Forget the politics, let's look at the economics of the GST hike

    NUS tax expert Associate Professor Simon Poh discusses the economics behind the timing and likely structure of the GST hike.
  3. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe raises his fists with coalition Komeito Party leader Natsuo

    Japan ruling party pledge omits timing of primary surplus target

    Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party has omitted the deadline by which it aims to return to a primary budget surplus, according to a copy of ...
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    US trade gap widens in April

    The Commerce Department said the trade deficit rose to US$37.4 billion in April from a downwardly revised US$34.5 billion in March.
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    South Korea trade slump deepens, April exports fall 11.2%

    Preliminary data showed South Korea's exports slid 11.2 per cent down from a year earlier to US$41.05 billion in April, while imports also dropped ...
  6. Malaysia skyline

    Malaysia's economy grows 4.5% in Q4, beats forecast

    Full-year growth for 2015 came in at 5 per cent, down from 6 per cent in 2014 but was within the government's and central bank's estimates of ...
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    S'pore's fiscal surplus for FY2012 expected to surpass govt's estimates: economists

    Despite booking a slower GDP growth of 1.2 percent last year, economists expect Singapore's fiscal surplus to surprise on the upside for FY 2012.