Government Business And Finance

India's mega Hindu festival begins under cloud of toxic air

Jan 15, 2019

India's mega Hindu festival begins under cloud of toxic air, a sign that government officials are struggling to grapple with the country's worsening air pollution

Egypt introduces price index for fuel linked to oil prices

Jan 8, 2019

Egypt creates new automatic price indexation mechanism for 95-octane gasoline, as part of a reform program aiming at reviving the country's economy

Iran's health minister resigns over proposed budget cuts

Jan 3, 2019

Iranian state TV says the health minister has resigned over spending cuts in a budget submitted to parliament last week

Turkey's inflation eases to 20.3 percent in December

Jan 3, 2019

Official figures show that Turkey's inflation rate eased for the second month running in December, helped by tax cuts and discounted prices on consumer goods

Plunge in oil prices threatens Iraq's postwar recovery

Jan 1, 2019

Plunging oil prices threaten Iraq's postwar recovery and could stoke more instability

Pakistani police detain suspects in politician's killing

Dec 28, 2018

A senior Pakistani police officer says officers have detained some suspects over links to the murder of a former lawmaker who was assassinated last week in the southern port city of Karachi

Indian firefighters battle air pollution in New Delhi

Dec 27, 2018

Indian authorities have ordered fire services to sprinkle water from high rise building to settle dust particles and stop burning of garbage and restrict building activity in the Indian capital as the air quality worsened this week

Gunmen kill ex-Pakistani lawmaker outside home in Karachi

Dec 25, 2018

Senior Pakistani police officer says gunmen opened fire on a former lawmaker outside his home in the southern port city of Karachi before fleeing

Iran submits first budget since US sanctions were restored

Dec 25, 2018

Iran's president has submitted next year's budget to parliament, the first after the United States renewed sanctions targeting the oil industry

Sri Lanka passes stopgap, plans full budget vote in February

Dec 24, 2018

Sri Lanka's finance ministry said Monday that it will present next year's budget in February after the parliament approved a 1.77-trillion-rupee ($9.39 billion) stopgap measure to avoid a government shutdown January 1

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