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• Three-quarters of Asia's finance chiefs expect revenues to grow this year but less than two-thirds expect profits growth
• Concerns about financial-market risk, currency volatility growing
• China and Western nations falling in popularity as M&A targets
Risks have risen significantly: a Chinese slowdown, threats of European deflation and Russia's geopolitical expansion.
Gunvor linked by the U.S. government to Russian President.
"The Ukraine conflict will worsen an already weak economic situation, which has largely been caused by structural problems, further accentuating the need for reforms".
While many states hope that the Summit will increase nuclear security, the question remains as to whether the NSS process will be successful in securing all vulnerable weapon-usable nuclear materials, writes SIPRI’s Tariq Rauf.
“I’m absolutely open to raising capital requirements further”.
"If you look at the last three years, it is Sweden and Germany that have attracted comparatively the highest number of Syrians within the European Union": UN
“Many households do not build a necessary buffer for their mortgage and a more healthy credit culture needs to be created".
In Sweden's case the Basel III framework is not enough, said Stefan Ingves, governor of Sweden's central bank.
VW: “We explicitly do not share their view on the valuation”.
City of Stockholm has launch a competition with the purpose to encourage the use of open data, and through this, create new ideas and solutions that are of interest to the citizens
Northern European companies see better business climate, higher profits and accelerated expansion plans in China.
Iconic rock star Neil Young has secured more than $1.5 million in Kickstarter pledges to launch PonoMusic, the singer’s new high-fidelity music store and player which promises to deliver studio-quality sound quality to audiophiles.
Asia's richest person eyes Swedish power grid on sale by Fortum.
The business environment is improved and financial positions have strengthened significantly compared to autumn 2013.
"This is one of the worst days in the history of Swedish Radio".
Sweden is the third best country in the world in overall rule of law performance.
"The economy is continuing to stabilise and our world view is painted in bright colours", new investment outlook said.
"The Pisa results show that we are in need of further reforms".