Lighthizer, Japan’s Motegi ato meet again on trade
Japan’s economy minister says that a good start has been made to the trade negotiations with the U.S., with both sides keen to strike an early agreement.
Can Europe escape 'Japanification?'
Bloomberg's Michael McKee examines concerns that the European economy is heading the way of Japan with tepid growth and low inflation.
Italy cuts growth forecast sharply lower to 0.2%
Italy's populist government has confirmed that the economy is effectively stagnating. It also raised its projected budget deficit as it seeks to maintain early retirement and basic income programs.
How has India's economy fared under PM Narendra Modi?
Given PM Narendra Modi's mixed track record on the economy, it's unclear whether his party will be able to replicate in 2019 the landmark electoral success it achieved in 2014. A setback at the polls remains a possibility.
Cameroon's Anglophone separatist conflict hits economy hard
Cameroon's Anglophone separatist conflict hits the economy hard
India's Finance Secretary on economy, Rupee ahead of elections
India Secretary of Finance Subhash Chandra Garg discusses foreign investment, the strength of the rupee, and India's economy ahead of elections in the nation.
KPMG survey shows Nigerian CFOs less optimistic on economy
A recent KPMG survey finds that Chief Financial Officers of companies operating in Nigeria are less optimistic about the prospect for growth in the Nigerian economy this year. Tola Adeyemi, Partner & Head, Audit services, KPMG Nigeria joins CNBC Africa to discuss more findings from the survey.
Canadian Economy Adds 55,900 Jobs in February
Frances Donald, head of macroeconomic strategy at Manulife Asset Management, discusses the Canadian economy and job growth over the past two months. She speaks on BNN Bloomberg.