China sets stage for easier monetary policy as central bank deletes language from new report

China’s central bank deleted several phrases in a quarterly report on monetary policy, a move that economists said signals a shift toward more stimulus.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=783

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Indian farmers in no mood to forgive despite Modi’s U-turn on reforms

Thousands of agricultural workers have protested outside the capital New Delhi and beyond for more than a year to pile pressure on Modi and the BJP.Did you miss our previous

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India will scrap three controversial farm laws, Prime Minister Narendra Modi says

Modi added that the government will begin the constitutional process in parliament later this month to repeal the laws. Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=762 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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Austrian police conduct random checks to enforce Covid lockdowns for the unvaccinated

Millions of unvaccinated people have been placed back under lockdown in Austria, and face heavy fines if they breach the restrictions. Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=750 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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Chinese tech giant NetEase revives Hong Kong IPO of its music streaming arm

Cloud Village runs NetEase’s music streaming business and the company says it has 185 million monthly active users.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=747 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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After threats to rip up the Brexit deal, UK and EU hold crunch talks

The U.K and the European Union are due to enter new negotiations on Friday in an attempt to avoid a looming trade war.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=708 Willie

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Myanmar court sentences U.S. journalist Danny Fenster to 11 years in prison, lawyer says

The court ruled Danny Fenster was guilty on several charges including incitement for allegedly spreading false or inflammatory information.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=705 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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E-commerce giant JD starts accepting China’s digital currency on Singles Day for the first time

JD said that as of Nov. 11, more than 100,000 people had used China‘s digital currency on the company’s app during the Singles Day promotion period. Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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Fed says China’s real estate troubles could spill over to the U.S.

The Federal Reserve warned in its latest financial stability report of how stress in China’s real estate industry could affect the U.S. financial system.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=684

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China’s property market debt could weigh on the country for years, economist George Magnus warns

The debt problems of China’s property sector are likely to cause a period of stagnation, according to economist George Magnus.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=681 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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