Recession-hit Argentina has suffered market volatility since business-friendly President Mauricio Macri was trounced in party primaries three weeks ago by leftist challenger Alberto Fernandez.
Hurt by the plunge in US-Chinese trade, growth was already declining in Hong Kong this year before anti-government protests erupted over a proposed extradition law and other grievances.
Commerce Minister Betsy Diaz Velazquez says various forms of rationing would be employed in order to deal with shortages of staple foods.
Due to the shortage of car parts and supplies, many Venezuelans can no longer afford to drive and have turned to alternative means of transportation.
Eurozone ministers agreed to extend maturities by 10 years on major parts of Greece's total debt obligations while the country secured a 15 billion euros ($17.5 billion) loan for a smooth bailout exit in August.
The Pharmaceutical Federation of Venezuela says the country is experiencing a 95 percent shortage in medicines needed to treat high-cost diseases like cancer
The International Monetary Fund approved the loan "in principle" with no immediate release of funds.
Luisa Ortega says her family is being harassed and followed by intelligence agents since she challenged President Nicolas Maduro.
The June 11 referendum could help the island overcome a decade-long economic crisis as it struggles to restructure nearly $70 billion in public debt.
Eurozone finance ministers discussed Greece's debt in Brussels after the country fulfilled the eurozone's demands in order to unlock more funding.
The deteriorating economic situation in the country denies children access to education.
The commodity prices in South Sudan have sharply increased, causing record level inflation rates in the conflict-driven country.
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