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Finance Minister Nebati meets top bankers in US
Treasury and Finance Minister Nureddin Nebati has held a meeting with the senior executives of Goldman Sachs in Washington, D.C.
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Greek Energy Min.: Decisions to reduce gas prices and supply
The next steps of EU member states to deal with high energy prices was at the focus of the meeting of the informal Council of European Energy Ministers held in Prague.
Ukraine claims new gains, welcomes Western air defense pledge
Ukraine said on Oct. 13 it had reclaimed more territory in the south and welcomed a Western pledge to deliver air defense systems to Kiev "as fast as we can" after days of intense Russian missile strikes.
A US-led group of around 50 countries held talks at the NATO headquarters in Brussels and vowed to deliver new anti-missile systems to Kiev.
IMF cuts 2023 global growth, warns major economies to stall
Global growth is expected to slow further next year, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said, downgrading its forecasts as countries grapple with the fallout from Russia's invasion of Ukraine, spiraling cost-of-living and economic downturns.
IMF: There is a Danger of Recession in the World Economy in 2023, Bulgaria with Slow Growth
A sharp tightening of financial conditions amid high inflation could lead to a recession in the global economy in 2023, according to the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) World Economic Outlook report released today.
IMF revises Slovenia growth forecast
Washington, – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has revised its projections for Slovenia in its latest World Economic Outlook. The country’s GDP is projected to increase by 5.7% this year, an upgrade of 2 percentage points on its April figures, as the forecast for 2023 was corrected downwards by 1.3 points to 1.7%. Inflation is to near 9% this year.
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Day 202 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Kyiv has Recaptured 1 Percent of its Territory this Month
Here are the highlights of events related to the war in Ukraine over the past 24 hours:
Zelensky accused Russia of energy terror over Europe
US announces $40 million agricultural aid to Sri Lanka
The United States has announced $40 million in aid to buy fertilizer and other key agricultural inputs in time for the next cultivation season in crisis-hit Sri Lanka.
USAID Administrator Samantha Power, who is visiting Sri Lanka, made the announcement after she met farmer representatives in Ja-Ela outside the capital, Colombo.
IMF fees on war-torn countries closer to elimination
The International Monetary Fund is facing pressure to reevaluate how it imposes fees on loans it disperses to needy countries like war-torn Ukraine which is one of the fund's biggest borrowers.
The move comes as more countries will need to turn to the IMF, as food prices and inflation internationally continues to rise.
Türkiye made silent revolution with reforms: Erdoğan
Türkiye has made a revolution with reforms and has transformed into a more democratic and free country, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Aug. 15.