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Ageing Japan struggles to make immigrants feel at home

Serbia reaches loan deal with IMF

China ready to cut rates again on fears of deflation - sources

Ontario deficit projections unchanged, books seen balanced in 2017-18

Asia stocks jump as China, Europe step up stimulus

Exclusive - China ready to cut rates again on fears of deflation: sources

Asia cheered by China, European stimulus

Conflict and candlelight: Myanmar's energy conundrum

Religion and risk drive Islamic finance boom

Insight - Japan deflation devil, election loss drove Abe's tax, poll moves

ECB cuts growth outlook for eurozone, holds rates

Spain's Catalonia punishes pro-referendum leader

Debate rages on over ECB bond-buying plan

Power and Water puts infrastructure before debt

Draghi says eurozone not past turning point yet

Time to act, Obama declares, taking oath 2nd time

ECB: banks to repay early $183 billion in loans

Govt urged to rethink tertiary loans

Japan's debt-funding costs to hit $257 billion next year: document

EU's Rehn: French pension reform must not add to labour costs

China August exports beat forecasts, point to stabilization

Banking system not yet fit to cope with a Lehman 2.0 - Bundesbanker

India rupee weakens government seen keen to attract dollar flows

WA's breathtaking long term debt forecast

Carlos Slim in $9.6BN bid for Dutch telecom KPN

Syrian refugees face hardships in Jordan's cities

Iranians welcome nuclear deal, hard-liners oppose

Spain's Telefonica stirs unease at Telecom Italia board meeting

US debt ceiling day October 17: What happens?

Draghi defends ECB crisis measures

Compromise would restore lower college loan rates

Bipartisan negotiators reach modest budget pact

Bill would bans lenders from garnishing wages

Palestinians have little faith in Kerry effort

Spain's public debt hit record high at end of 2012

German central bank: Crisis not over yet

Q&A: Why Italian election has shaken investors

French PM stands firm on rail reform as strike goes on

What's next for Argentina's debt battle after latest court defeat?

Argentine debt investors may let law slide to reach deal

German ex-chancellor Schroeder urges more time for EU reforms

Analysis - Wary Argentines want debt deal as economic woes pile up

Ukraine's first female central banker embraces IMF

Argentine oil producer YPF says assets can't be embargoed by creditors

Palmer 'won't back down' on opposition to GP co-payments