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2019, June, 14, 10:55:00GLOBAL GROWTH 2.6%
Global economic growth is forecast to ease to a weaker-than-expected 2.6% in 2019 before inching up to 2.7% in 2020. Growth in emerging market and developing economies is expected to stabilize next year as some countries move past periods of financial strain, but economic momentum remains weak.
2019, February, 11, 10:15:00GLOBAL ECONOMY GROWTH 3.5%
IMF - the global economy will grow by 3.5 percent this year, 0.2 percentage points below what we expected in October. And risks are up, given escalating trade tensions and tightening financial conditions.
2018, June, 8, 13:25:00WBG: GLOBAL ECONOMY UP 3.1%
WBG: Despite recent softening, global economic growth will remain robust at 3.1 percent in 2018 before slowing gradually over the next two years, as advanced-economy growth decelerates and the recovery in major commodity-exporting emerging market and developing economies levels off
2017, April, 7, 18:40:00THE 2017 GLOBAL ENERGY PRIZE
One of the most important events in the energy field was held in Moscow. The name of the Global Energy Prize laureate was announced during the international press conference. In 2017 the prestigious award goes to Michael Graetzel (Switzerland) “for transcendent merits in development of low cost and efficient solar cells, known as “Graetzel cells”, aimed to creation of cost-efficient, large-scale engineering solutions for power generation”. He will receive a golden medal and RUB 39 million (approximately $ 693 000).
2017, January, 12, 18:35:00WBG: 2017 - UNCERTAIN TIMES
The outlook is clouded by uncertainty about policy direction in major economies. A protracted period of uncertainty could prolong the slow growth in investment that is holding back low, middle, and high income countries.
2016, July, 8, 18:25:00WBG: GLOBAL GROWTH DOWN TO 2.4%
The World Bank is downgrading its 2016 global growth forecast to 2.4 percent from the 2.9 percent pace projected in January. The move is due to sluggish growth in advanced economies, stubbornly low commodity prices, weak global trade, and diminishing capital flows.
2014, June, 29, 20:05:00GLOBAL ECONOMY WEEK AHEAD
GLOBAL ECONOMY WEEK AHEAD-Jobs, cars seen cementing U.S. spring rebound
2014, March, 16, 17:16:00GED SIGNS AGREEMENT
Global Energy Development signs farm-out agreement for Bolivar association contract area
2014, February, 11, 19:00:00GLOBAL PETROLEUM CONSUMPTION
Projected world petroleum and other liquids supply increases by 1.7 million barrels per day (bbl/d) in 2014 and 1.4 million bbl/d in 2015, with most of the growth coming from countries outside of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).