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The Bank of Korea has released preliminary economic figures for 2018 that indicate South Korea's gross domestic product grew by 2.7 percent, its slowest growth rate since 2013, Yonhap reported Jan. 22.
A fire that broke out on two Tanzanian-flagged commercial ships during a fuel transfer near the Kerch Strait left at least 14 people dead, RFE/RL reported Jan. 22. Ukrainian authorities allege the vessels were involved in illegal fuel smuggling to Syria.
Nigerian presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar will reform the Central Bank of Nigeria by separating its supervisory and monetary policy functions and shift the country's currency regime to a managed float if he wins next month's elections, his spokesman has said, Reuters reported Jan. 22.
A special payment channel between Bern and Tehran to facilitate transactions for humanitarian-related trade is now ready to operate, but it does not yet contain any Iranian funds, the president of the Iran-Switzerland Joint Chamber of Commerce said Jan. 22.
Chinese economic growth fell to 6.4 percent in the fourth quarter of 2018, its lowest since the first quarter of 2009, while its full-year growth in 2018 decreased to 6.6 percent, a 28-year low, the South China Morning Post reported Jan. 21.
The armed assault by al Shabaab fighters on an upscale hotel complex illuminates the persistent threat of militancy on the subcontinent.
China's central bank has injected an overall 560 billion yuan (roughly $83 billion) into the country's financial system to offset the rapidly declining liquidity in China's banking system, CNBC reported Jan. 16.
This data visualization by Jeff Desjardins at Visual Capitalist explores the economies likely to take the global center stage in just over a decade.