The Asian powerhouse is seeking to leave behind its reliance on heavy industry and transform itself into an economy driven by consumer consumption and services
The prime minister will meet with the European Council in February to discuss his proposals for Europe
Adam Posen described the vote as a “horrible self-inflicted wound”.
In 1986, the oil price crashed from a peak of $35 a barrel to below $10
Figures suggest drug-resistant infections could kill an extra 10 million people across the world every year by 2050
As world leaders gather in Davos, new data shows how the world has only become more unequal under their watch
Only 11 women serve as head of state, and 10 serve as head of government, according to the latest data from UN Women.
The Revenant actor used his acceptance speech to criticise energy companies and demand more action from leaders
The WEF said that an over-reliance on imports - where the UK is ranked 115th - and weak exports has affected its competitiveness.
The Bank of England’s flagship policy of forward guidance on interest rates will “evolve” next month, Mark Carney said yesterday, as he sought again to dampen expectations of an imminent rate rise.
The most agonising choice many attendees of the World Economic Forum in Davos face is whether to go for a Martini or a smooth Riesling at the countless lavish parties that take place after hours.
Japan’s prime minister Shinzo Abe sent a shiver through the global diplomatic community today, by explicitly comparing tensions between Tokyo and Beijing to animosity between European powers in the run-up to the First World War.
Davos has kicked off with a controversial warning from BT chief executive Gavin Patterson that telecoms customers cannot expect total privacy.
Pope's message on wealth distribution comes after Oxfam said 85 richest people in world have as much wealth as poorest 3.5 billion
The policemen were guarding polio vaccination workers