Turkey, Egypt, Ukraine and Poland make up the top four investment destinations for the development bank, expected to post strong 2017 profits despite taking a hit from currency depreciations.
“No idea,” responds US president after reporter poses question at White House on Trump SoHo, a Manhattan skyscraper reportedly of interest to US special counsel Robert Mueller.
Despite more fiery talk, US president once more refrains from taking the wrecking ball to accord with Tehran but demands quick action to change its provisions.
The accord is working and nobody has come up with a better alternative, EU foreign ministers tell US president as White House sanctions waiver deadline looms.
Mining company chief warns the move will make foreign investors wary of entering Mongolia.
Supreme leader says protests were fomented by US and Israel, financed by “wealthy” neighbour and assisted by UK broadcasts.
Demonstrations led by young generations also voiced political and social demands, says centrist president.
Manhattan federal court jury finds Halkbank deputy CEO guilty on five of six counts in trial that implicated President Erdogan as having been aware of a complex money laundering network.
Street protests have been “curbed” says deputy interior chief as supreme leader accuses “enemies of Iran” of using tools including cash and intelligence apparatus to create troubles.
Authorities concentrate on keeping the lid on protests in Tehran as demonstrations over hardship continue in provincial cities and towns.
Middle-class Tehran said to have been taken aback by start of protests largely triggered by poverty-stricken Iranians fed up of waiting for ‘trickledown’ from Iran’s supposed economic rebound.
Kazakhs have grown accustomed to the tenge crashing abruptly and despite the introduction of a free-float regime expectations of yet another shock devaluation threaten to become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Entrepreneur tries to recover money invested in gas field and LPG projects, which, he claims, Kazakh officials tried to harass him into selling cheaply.