Iran's OPEC governor said that that the oil market is balanced and is likely touch $100 per barrel , the Oil Ministry's website SHANA said in a statement.
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Onions may not be taken as a very serious subject, but the rapid rise in the price of this odorous vegetable in India reflects growing inflation fears in the emerging markets.
Back in November 2009, China declined an offer from the U.S. to form a partnership to run the world.
As the global economy is entering arguably another tumultuous year, spotlight is sharply on the prospects, policies and risks of China's economy, which has all but sailed past Japan's as the world's second largest after the United States.
The property industry should not an important pillar of the economy, said Yun Xiaosu, vice minister of the Ministry of Land and Regulation.
The European Union (EU) has criticized European airports for having failed to respond with frigid weather conditions that have stranded thousands of holiday travelers and cancelled hundreds of flights.
By getting rid of cash, nations around the world might be able to significantly reduce organized crime and political terrorism since those activities are heavily reliant on easy accessibility to dollars, euros, pounds sterling, yen and other paper currencies.
The 2010 Census results show that the jobs market and population growth go hand in hand.
Contrary to the prevailing view, the U.S. economy will gain growth momentum in the year ahead, while GDP will grow stronger in Europe and Japan, research firm IHS Global Insight has said in its forecast for 2011.
It makes sense for China to invest heavily in green energy.
Renowned Wall Street analyst Meredith Whitney has warned that the U.S. may witness between 50 to 200 “sizeable defaults” amounting to “hundreds of billions of dollars” among municipal and state governments next year, which could derail the recovery.