The new international economic disorder

There is no restoring fully that order. Rather than recovering strongly, sluggish Western growth is periodically flirting with recession at a time of high unemployment and multiplying debt concerns, particularly in Europe.

Swiss still back bank secrecy: Poll

A majority of Swiss people remain in favour of retaining the country`s long-cherished tradition of bank secrecy despite growing international pressure for greater transparency, a poll showed on Sunday.

World must step up efforts to counter protectionism: Germany

Sharing concerns of India and
other developing countries, Germany on Tuesday opposed increasing
protectionist measures taken by some countries in response to
global financial crisis.

Air India meets on turnaround plan

The Air India board met here on Tuesday and decided to initiate a series of major steps to cut costs and enhance savings.

Bailouts for British banks hit 850 billion pounds

Britain`s support for its banks has hit 850 billion pounds in the wake of the global financial crisis, a watchdog report said Friday, amid tensions over performance pay for senior bankers.

CO2 emissions rise 2% despite global financial crisis

A new research has determined that despite the economic effects of the global financial crisis, carbon dioxide emissions from human activities rose 2 percent in 2008 to an all-time high of 1.3 tonnes of carbon per capita per year.