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Japan inflation seen slowing in Dec exports, output seen rising

After Hungary's Swiss franc mortgage manoeuvre, a nod to Orbanomics

Obama chooses income equality as next battleground

Brazil risks recession as central bank bucks global trend, raises rate

New Italian premier urges EU to focus on growth

Fitch upgrades Greece's credit rating

UK Treasury makes new cuts despite weak economy

Does France have right plan to revive its economy?

Egypt's fuel crisis adds to its economic woes

White House projecting slow economic gains ahead

China and California sign deal to boost investment

US economy, confidence hurt by budget showdown

Wanted by the taxman: Indonesia's $5 billion of lost coal

UK's Cameron: Conservatives party of opportunity

India, Rajan and the Great Man fallacy: James Saft

Malaysia to review big projects that could strain public finances

Iran boosts iron exports to China, India as oil sales slump

Ronaldo's hat-trick set to boost Portuguese economy

Opinion: Australia open for overseas business, but voters hold the keys

FACTBOX: Behind Indonesia's slowdown

Scrap holidays to create jobs, says French business chief

Russia to present toughest budget since global crisis as sanctions bite

China troops withdraw from India border as Xi visit ends

Ghana awaits long-delayed gas plant to boost economy

European stocks drop as AbbVie reviews Shire takeover

AbbVie board ditches planned $55 billion Shire acquisition

Renzi unveils 2015 budget, says Italy ready to answer to EU

U.S. private hiring slows, but services sector expands

Japan current account surplus improves in May, outlook dim

US economy likely to rebound from slow 1st quarter

Fading Eurozone crisis coloured by wishful thinking

Confidence remains strong despite mining downturn, Diggers and Dealers...

UK trade deficit widens in Jan as exports hit 19-month low

Argentine inflation hike no surprise to consumers

Asian shares slip after weak China, Japan data

High-tech goods to lead trade growth over next 15 years: HSBC