International Economy - Current Affairs for April, 2015

International Economy Current Affairs for April, 2015

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▼ Japan and US pledge to form 12 year agreement for Pacific Rim trade   [04-13-15]

US President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe pledged to complete a 12-nation Pacific Rim trade agreement even as the American leader acknowledged there is opposition in both countries. The two leaders did not announce any details about the remaining barriers to completing an agreement that would open up exports for both Japanese and American manufacturers, along with those in 10 other nations.

▼ New York Council acknowledges role of slaves in contributing to NYC   [04-3-15]

According to Columbia University, when the council approved the market in 1711, almost 1,000 of the city's 6,400 people were black. The monument is expected to be unveiled this summer. The new marker will join 38 other markers, mostly commemorating success in the financial and construction industries in lower Manhattan.

▼ Pakistan at bottom of 8 countries: World Bank report 2015   [04-3-15]

Pakistan stands at the bottom of eight economies in South Asia. The Spring 2015 edition of the World Bank's South Asia Economic Focus states that the growth recovery is underway in Pakistan but this year it will only show moderate growth. According to the report Pakistan's economy is set to grow by 4.4 per cent in current fiscal year.

▼ China's economic growth records 6 year low   [04-3-15]

The National Bureau of Statistics said in the last quarter of 2014, China's economy grew by 7.3 per cent on an annual basis. On a quarterly basis, economic growth slowed to 1.3 per cent between January and March after seasonal adjustments.