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Paritosh Bansal

Mexikos Spitzenkandidat zu Investoren - Bin gar nicht so links

08 Jun 2018

Mexiko-Stadt Knapp einen Monat vor der Präsidentenwahl in Mexiko versucht der Favorit, Investoren und Märkte die Furcht vor einer vermeintlich linken Regierung zu nehmen.

Mexican election favourite is 'really not leftist,' adviser tells investors

07 Jun 2018

MEXICO CITY The favourite to win Mexico's presidential election has been briefing investors, including BlackRock Inc chief Larry Fink, that he is not a radical left-winger and will fight to preserve the NAFTA trade deal with the United States.

Mexican election favorite is 'really not leftist,' adviser tells investors

07 Jun 2018

MEXICO CITY The favorite to win Mexico's presidential election has been briefing investors, including BlackRock Inc chief Larry Fink, that he is not a radical left-winger and will fight to preserve the NAFTA trade deal with the United States.

Philip Morris device knows a lot about your smoking habit

15 May 2018

By Tom Lasseter, Duff Wilson, Thomas Wilson and Paritosh Bansal

China's development push in poor countries worries non-profits

26 Jan 2018

DAVOS, Switzerland China's development push into poor countries is marginalizing the role of human rights bodies, green groups and other non-profits, making it harder for them to play their traditional role as a check on rampant development, advocates said. | Video

Exclusive: China's state-owned firms to face more mergers

26 Jan 2018

(This story corrects mistranslated comments in paragraphs 1, 25-27 in January 24 story.) | Video

U.S. official backs weak dollar amid fears of trade war

25 Jan 2018

DAVOS, Switzerland U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin welcomed a weaker dollar on Wednesday, sending the greenback reeling and underlining concerns that U.S. President Donald Trump is stepping up his attack on China and other big trading partners as part of his America First agenda. | Video

India's SBI expects loan demand to rise with government spending

24 Jan 2018

DAVOS, Switzerland Demand for loans from Indian companies is still muted but should increase following more government spending on infrastructure projects, the head of the country's largest state-owned bank said on Wednesday. | Video

Globalisation is losing its lustre, India's Modi tells Davos summit

24 Jan 2018

DAVOS, Switzerland Protectionism is gaining ground and globalisation is losing its appeal, but India is open for business, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the World Economic Forum on Tuesday. | Video

Special Report - How Philip Morris is selling regulators on its hot new smoking device

21 Dec 2017

By Paritosh Bansal, Tom Lasseter, Duff Wilson Thomas Wilson, Ami Miyazaki and Aditya Kalra

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