The series of changes are aimed at eliminating old regulations that reduce the state's efficiency and harm the country's competitiveness.
Credit rating agency upgrades India's sovereign bonds for the first time in almost 14 years, changing its rating outlook to stable from positive.
The bombing of housing units and infrastructure has left millions of tonnes of debris, complicating post-war rebuilding plans.
Measures revealed by France’s centrist government will loosen labour regulations and boost employment but unions have criticised them.
The new tax regime will replace a messy mix of state and federal taxes built up over seven decades of Indian commerce. It is hoped that this will reduce rampant tax evasion.
Turkey's economy grew five percent for the first quarter of 2017, exceeding expectations.
The US dollar, introduced to replace the inflation-hit Zimbabwean dollar, has evaporated, and long queues at banks have become routine. Zimbabwe's current cash shortages are symptomatic of a wider, deep-seated economic malaise.
The country is expected to offer a five percent stake in its national oil company, Saudi Aramco, in 2018. The multi-billion dollar sale is predicted to be the world's biggest.
Fiscal plan devoted to the well-being of villages, farmers and the poor, Indian Prime Minister Modi said shortly after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley delivered his two-hour budget speech.
Syrian Arab fighters refuse to take part in the battle to drive out Daesh from its defacto capital in Syria after YPG went back on its promise to let them take the lead.
As the world eagerly awaits the outcome of the United States presidential elections, one of the candidates is the subject of a traditional Russian souvenir.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to make changes to the ongoing anti-corruption campaign as well as the party's internal rules in what is expected to be a bid to further consolidate power.
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