The U.S. and fellow industrial countries turned the tables on emerging nations by demanding they do more to support economic growth after some blamed the Federal Reserve for roiling financial markets.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel will turn to French President Francois Hollande for respite from her domestic turmoil as she travels to Paris on her first foreign trip this year after recovering from a ski injury.
It took 11 months and the sale of his 2008 Ford Focus to pay the bills before Nuno Silva found a job as a supervisor at a food warehouse in southern Portugal.
International technology companies should stop considering it their “duty” to employ tax-dodging strategies, said Angel Gurria, head of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Finland’s government is abandoning a target to halt debt growth by the end of its term next year.
It’s an overcast morning as the Zim Shanghai squeezes through the narrow locks near the eastern end of the Panama Canal.
Euro-area data this week will probably show the region ended 2013 with a record jobless rate that reveals only part of the social legacy of the debt crisis.
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Secretary General Angel Gurria said youth unemployment is an “explosive’” issue for Europe.
U.K. opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband’s plan to cap energy prices if he wins the 2015 election was criticized by an adviser, who said it may give markets the “jitters.”
Spain’s economy is starting to see results after the government slashed deficits and overhauled labor laws, said Angel Gurria, the head of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
"Spain is on the right track."
- Angel Gurria on Oct 19, 2013
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