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  • Richemont Sales Dimmed by Asia

    Richemont reported a 1% sales increase during the five months ended in August, slowing growth relative to the same period last year as the luxury sector grapples with waning demand in Asia.

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    L’Asia offre interessanti opportunità al made in Italy

    «Per quanto riguarda la previsione relativa all’andamento delle esportazioni italiane in Asia, si stima che tra il 2014 ed il 2017 queste cresceranno ad un ritmo medio dell’8,6%» Nel periodo 2014-2017 l’Asia si confermerà l’area economicamente più dinamica al mondo con una crescita media del Pil di +6,6%. La Cina crescerà ...

  • Putin’s visit to amplify Mongolia- Russia trade

    By B.KHASH-ERDENE Russia and Mongolia committed to boosting trade to 10 billion USD by 2020, during Russian President Vladimir Putin’s five-hour visit to Ulaanbaatar on Wednesday. Although Russia owns 51 percent of Ulaanbaatar Railways and 49 percent of state-owned Erdenet copper mine, trade with Mongolia has been dropping steadily in recent years. Mongolia-Russia ...

  • Mongolia, China pledge $10 billion in annual trade

    China and Mongolia pledged Thursday to almost double their annual two-way trade to $10 billion by 2020 as President Xi Jinping became the first Chinese head of state in more than a decade to visit this sprawling resource-rich nation sandwiched between China and ...

  • Asia, Latin America boost trade

    Members of the 15th Forum for East Asia-Latin America Cooperation (FEALAC) have agreed to set up a business body to promote cooperation in trade and investment.

  • Mongolia’s foreign debt reaches 19.88 billion USD

    Debtless Mongolia non-government organization (NGO) warned that the total foreign debt of Mongolia has reached 19.88 billion USD, or 37.7 trillion MNT, and accordingly, each citizen carries debt of 12.89 million MNT, according to the USD exchange rate on August 18. The national debt amounts to 215 percent of 2013′s GDP ...

  • Weakness in Eurozone, Asia pose risks to U.S. economy

    Troubles in the global economy have dogged the American economy since early in the recovery, with the Eurozone debt crisis, the so-called Arab Spring in the Middle East and the Japanese tsunami all swiping momentum from U.S. growth in varying degrees.

  • Mongolia and China to finalize mid-term trade and economic development plan

    Trans. by Ch.KHALIUN Deputy Director of the Asia Department of the Chinese Foreign Ministry and head of task group of the Chinese-Mongolian intergovernmental commission, Sung Yaomin, arrived in Ulaanbaatar to discuss the development of the mid-term economic partnership plan for Mongolia and China. Deputy Minister of Mongolia D.Terbishdagva welcomed Sung and the ...

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    Gli squilibri dell’economia in Mongolia

    «Tre anni di politiche economiche orientate alla crescita hanno portato a grandi squilibri economici in Mongolia. È necessario qualche ripensamento»Il Governo della Mongolia e le autorità monetarie hanno rafforzato nel 2013 le misure di stimolo economico per mantenere la crescita su una doppia cifra in quanto il Paese stava perdendo ...

  • Japan, Mongolia ink free trade agreement

    Japan and Mongolia reached a basic accord on a free trade deal during a summit in Tokyo on Tuesday evening, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said. The trade pact features Ulan Bator abolishing its tariffs on most Japanese automobiles in 10 years. The amount of trade between Japan and Mongolia is ...

  • Development Bank of Mongolia to cooperate with foreign companies

    Trans. by E.DARI During the irregular governmental meeting on Wednesday, approval was given to the Development Bank of Mongolia’s Board of Directors to establish a 75 million USD contract with Vnesheconombank of Russia, the Bank of Foreign Economic Activity, in order to re-finance capital demanded for installing and buying a 100 ...

  • Obama eyes progress on Asia-Pacific trade deal

    President Barack Obama says he hopes the U.S. and its negotiating partners can make progress on an Asia-Pacific trade pact by the time he travels to the region later this year.