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China’s booming consumer demand
China only trails U.S. in billionaires
New Ford Figo Aims to Crash the India Market
HSBC chief moving to Hong Kong from London
Pittsburgh in spotlight as G-20 summit approaches
Bank sees Asia leading global recovery
Asia is set to lead the world out of the global financial crisis in spite of the slow recovery in the US and Europe, according to the latest forecasts by the Asian Development Bank. In a dramatic contrast to its view in March, when it slashed 2009 growth forecasts for Asia excluding Japan from 7.2 per cent to 3.4 per cent, the ADB on Tuesday said the region would grow more strongly than expected both this year and in 2010.
Obama prepares for week of foreign policy challenges
Rudd: World needs new growth model
Geithner on economy: ‘Progress is going to be uneven’
CNN’s Anderson Cooper spoke Thursday with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner at the G-20 economic summit in London, England. Geithner discussed whether the United States bears some responsibility with the global economic woes, possibility of a global regulator and how to create a stronger financial system