Christoph Kober interviews Catherine Yeung, investment director at Fidelity International in Hong Kong about the Chinese GDP numbers released on April 15. She's expecting continued volatility in the world's second biggest economy.
The National Bureau of Statistics said that while growth has slowed, it still managed to remain relatively steady. Beijing has decided to focus on consumer spending to ride out a trade spat with the United States.
Almost two months after Imran Khan took office as Pakistan's PM, reality is knocking hard on the doors of his government. Wracked by a raft of financial challenges, the country has become an economic basket case.
Italian Deputy Minister Michele Geraci has told DW it makes little sense to compare the Italy of today with Greece when it faced an international bailout. He defended Rome's budget plan, saying it would fuel growth.
China's top financial officials have moved to reassure investors amid a sharp fall in Chinese stocks. In rare joint statements, they described the recent rout as "abnormal" and vowed to take steps to curb the sell-off.
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