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Ikai ke poupoui ehe kau Taki Lotu o Tonga a e CEDAW

Ko e vakai a e Fakatahaanga Fakafonua a e kau Taki Lotu o Tonga fekauaki mo e Konivesio Ke Taofi a Hono Fakafaikehekehei o Haa Fafine ( CEDAW ) Oku mau fakatapu ki he Tui o Tonga, Tupou VI , mo e Fale o Haa Moheofo, Houeiki Nōpele a Ene Afio, ... Matangi Tonga, 1 day ago
Bloomberg

China resorts to market for antidote to debt pains

BEIJING — China Inc is turning to the stock market for a cure to its unprecedented debt hangover. As authorities show a newfound tolerance for defaults and debt levels as Shanghai Composite index members climb to record highs, Chinese companies ...
 BDlive1 week ago China Inc. Finds Cure to Debt Hangover in Stock-Market Boom  Bloomberg1 week ago
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China Walks $264 Billion Tightrope as Margin Debt Powers Stocks

Confident that China's stock market rally still has legs, Jiang Lin recently began borrowing money from her brokerage to buy more shares. Her newly-opened margin finance account with state-owned China Investment Securities Co. has allowed Jiang, ...
 Bloomberg3 weeks ago
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Livemint.com

Banks heed RBI call to cut interest rates

Mumbai: State Bank of India ( SBI ), ICICI Bank Ltd and HDFC Bank Ltd lowered borrowing costs on Tuesday and more banks looked set to follow suit, heeding a call by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Raghuram Rajan . SBI, the country's largest ...
 Livemint.com4 weeks ago

'Otua mo Tonga ko hoku tofi'a

Ko e lavelave eni ki haa politika he oku mahuinga aupito ke talangai he ko kinautolu e fai tuutuuni pea uesia ai etau ngaahi mea kotoa i he etau nofo, i haa nau fau lao mo e vahevahe o e koloa a e fonua. Oku tau fakafetai mo fakamaloia a Tupou I , ...
 Matangi Tonga1 month ago

Hong Kong Retail Sales Plunge as Chinese Visitor Arrivals Slow

(Bloomberg) -- Hong Kong's January retail sales fell by the most since April 2003 as Chinese tourist arrivals slowed from a year earlier when expenditure was boosted by holidays. Retail sales by value plunged 14.6 percent in January from a year ...
 Bloomberg2 months ago
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