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Record 9,000 migrants enter Croatia Tuesday ZAGREB: Nearly 9,000 migrants entered Croatia on Tuesday, a day's record number since they started to arrive in EU member a week ago on their journey to western Europe, a ministry said on Wednesday.A total of 8,750 migrants entered Croatia on Tuesday, an interior ministry statement said. By 0700 GMT more than 44,000 refugees fleeing conflicts and poverty in their countries in Middle East and Africa entered the Balkan country from Serbia, it added.Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2015 ...

EU member state can suspend Facebook data sharing with US: court advisor LUXEMBOURG: A key advisor to the EU's top court said EU member states have the power to suspend data sharing with the United States, in view of major privacy violations revealed in the Edward Snowden spy scandal.The closely followed recommendation, from the advocate general of the EU Court of Justice, said that "where systemic deficiencies are found in the third country to which the personal data is transferred, the Member States must be able to ...
Britain urges closer China ties despite economic risk SHANGHAI: Britain's finance chief George Osborne will urge closer business ties with China as he visits the country's commercial hub Shanghai on Tuesday, according to a speech text, despite slowing growth and a stock market slump in the world's second-largest economy.Osborne, Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer, will visit the Shanghai stock exchange, which has seen its benchmark index plummet nearly 40 percent since June as a bubble bursts, while worries over flagging Chinese growth have ...
Croatia will continue to redirect migrants to Hungary border: PM BELI MANASTIR: Croatia will continue to redirect migrants to the Hungarian border, Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic said on Saturday as Budapest and Zagreb wrangled over how to deal with Europe's refugee crisis."There has not been an agreement with Hungary," Milanovic said. "We have in some way compelled them to accept the refugees by sending them (to the border) and we will continue to do so."Copyright AFP (Agence France-Presse), 2015 ...
Tsipras regains slim Greece vote lead with 48 hours to go ATHENS: Greece's election hung on a knife-edge Saturday as radical former premier Alexis Tsipras retook a slight lead in the final hours of a tight race against the conservatives for the helm of government.As thousands of mostly young supporters turned out on a hot Athens night for the last campaign rally of his Syriza party, polls gave the boyish charismatic leader a slim lead over the conservative New Democracy party led by Vangelis Meimarakis.Hours before ...
Romania PM's corruption trial to start Monday: report BUCHAREST: The corruption trial of Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta will begin on Monday, state news agency Agerpress said on Friday.The 43-year-old Social Democrat leader, who denies charges of fraud, tax evasion and money laundering, will be the first Romanian head of government to stand trial while still in office.The DNA anti-corruption agency announced the charges against Ponta on Thursday, saying some of the premier's assets had been frozen pending the outcome of the case.The ...
Scottish leader warns Cameron a year after vote LONDON: Scotland's First Minister on Friday warned that a united Britain was "on borrowed time" unless Prime Minister David Cameron devolved more powers to Edinburgh, on the first anniversary of a historic independence referendum.Scottish voters decided to stay part of the United Kingdom by 55 percent to 45 percent on September 18 last year, but First Minister Nicola Sturgeon told supporters that she would favour another referendum if polls showed renewed public demand."Only the people ...


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
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