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In late August, the country's most important businessmen, who gathered for an event in São Paulo, were unanimous when declares their intentions to invest in 2015.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba increased its share-price range to 68 dollars, up from 66 dollars, ahead of what is expected to be the largest US stock launch ever, the company told regulators Monday.
India, which imports a chunk of phosphatic fertilisers from Jordan, is now targeting to jointly explore ways to mine shale gas with the Arab Kingdom in Western Asia. Both countries being energy deficit and large crude oil importers feel the need to exploit unconventional shale resources to cut down dependency on imports.
The South African government on Sunday announced a wide-ranging support package for troubled state-owned power supplier Eskom, that will see it receive an equity injection and raise additional debt.
Argentina will pay holders of its restructured sovereign debt, thanks to a bill passed by its Congress last week despite a US court ruling, the country's economy minister told a local radio show on Sunday. Kicillof said the coupon will be paid based on a bill approved last week which allows for location transfer.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is facing a backlash from his staunchest supporters for bowing to Russian pressure and postponing the implementation of an EU trade deal the two sides plan to ratify Tuesday.
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