1. Sub-Saharan Africa 6,1% / 2. Asia 6,0% / 3. Middle East/North Africa 3,7% / 4. US 3,0% / 5. Emerging Europe 2,8% / Source: WSJ Europe
The US Federal Reserve has raised its key lending rate by another quarter-point — the second time in 2018, and aimed at staying ahead of growing inflation amid strong growth and robust employment.
The economic measures prevent EU citizens and companies from investing in Crimea and Sevastopol. Russia's annexation of the peninsula in 2014 prompted the sanctions.
In a recent speech in Berlin, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said his vision of unification with the North could follow the example of Germany. But with China next door, not many see that happening any time soon.
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