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The FINANCIAL -- Entitled “Rising East, emerging West’’, the report forecasts the world economy is likely to accelerate to a 3.5% growth in 2014, up from 2.7% this year, as a pick-up in economic activity in the US and Europe, following years of recession and sub-par growth, helps Asia and other emerging markets maintain their decade-long outperformance, according to Standard ...

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The FINANCIAL -- MasterCard has introduced the Priceless Africa campaign to South Africa, bringing the global Priceless Cities programme to Africa for the first time, according to ...

The FINANCIAL -- The UK looked like it was facing a tough year at the start of 2013. Some even speculated about a "triple-dip" recession. But the economy turned around much faster ...

The FINANCIAL -- Morgan Stanley has been recognized as the top community-minded company for its size and as the top company in its industry in The Civic 50, an annual initiative that identifies ...

The FINANCIAL -- Growth in emerging markets is gaining momentum. The HSBC Emerging Markets Index (EMI) rose to 52.1 in November from 51.7 in October, the fastest expansion in business activity ...

The FINANCIAL -- China’s companies are going global. Faced with tougher domestic competition and slow growth in the developed world, Chinese firms are exploring new markets, acquiring ...

The FINANCIAL -- Is the eurozone pursuing the wrong type of austerity? Other developed countries – notably the US and UK – are demonstrating that it is possible to have both growth and ...