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This economist says Singapore services need to join the GDP gains

Singapore's 5.2% gain in GDP in the third quarter is good, but there are concerns about services and productivity, says Jeff Ng, chief economist for Asia at Continuum Economics.

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OBR expects UK GDP growth of 1.4% in 2018: Philip Hammond

CNBC’s Joumanna Bercetche breaks down the key details from the U.K. government's latest budget announcement, with comment on Brexit, technology and OBR forecasts.

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India received a 'surprise' upgrade, but other ratings agencies may not be quick to follow

India's fiscal deficit, made worse by higher oil prices, is expected to be larger than the official target of 3.2 percent to GDP this fiscal year.

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The debt time bomb that keeps growing and now equals nearly half of US GDP

Corporate debt is equal to nearly half of U.S. GDP, and while not a problem now, a slump in the economy could turn it into a worry.

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India's finance minister sees return to 7% to 8% growth ahead

Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley says GDP is expected to rebound as reform measures work through the economy.

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The UK's weak GDP data doesn't show the full picture, expert says

With permanent job placements on the rise in the U.K., the economy is likely doing better than GDP data suggests, says David Miller of Quilter Cheviot.

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This economist sees a 'fantastic' US economy chugging along

Rob Martin, chief U.S. economist at UBS, says strong GDP and jobs growth are set to continue for years in the U.S.

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The space industry is now 2% of Luxembourg’s GDP, deputy prime minister Etienne Schneider says

One of Europe's most smallest countries now holds claim to being a giant in the space industry.

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GOP tax cut plan would add $1.7 trillion to the deficit, CBO projects

Under the GOP tax plan, U.S. debt would rise to 97.1 percent of GDP, according to the CBO.

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China's growth will slow down next year at a 'gentle pace'

Rob Subbaraman, chief economist Asia ex-Japan at Nomura, says he expects the pace of China's GDP growth to slow next year with a focus on quality.

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