Developing Asian and African countries still lead with fastest GDP growth in the world.
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World economic growth is slowing down and could result in a synchronized recession.
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Rocked by protests, Hong Kong may be looking at some good economic news.
187 countries around the world agreed to reduce their use of plastics.
Comedian wins the Ukrainian presidential election.
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Italy endorses China's Belt and Road Initiative.
Europe and Japan create the world's largest free trade zone.
Air France gets its first female CEO.
Vietnam's economic reforms are leading to an IPO boom.
Brazil's newly annointed Bolsonaro administration faces difficult economic challenges.
US President Donald Trump's battle against NAFTA ends in victory.
Public debt is the total amount of money owed by the government to creditors. It is usually presented as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP). Some advanced economies have followed a particularly dangerous trajectory of indebtedness in recent years.