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Business and Market Discussions / UN - Costing the Sustainable Development Goals in Asia and the Pac

2019-04-04

Business and Market Discussions / UN - Costing the Sustainable Development Goals in Asia and the Pac

2019-04-04
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has met with the Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, to try and agree a way forward for Brexit after her own deal, negotiated with the EU, was rejected three times by MPs. Mr Corbyn called the talks "useful but inconclusive." UK finance minister Philip Hammond said the Brexit delay will inevitably be long and the UK will have to prepare for participation in European elections.


The Asian Development Bank has warned that growth in 45 developing Asian nations could fall to its slowest pace since 2001, hampered by the fallout from the US-China trade dispute and a slowdown in advanced economies.

The Financial Times has reported that US and China negotiators are close to a final trade agreement. The FT said that top officials have resolved most of the issues standing in the way of a deal to end their long-running trade dispute.

Our guests on today’s Money Talk are personal wealth advisor Enzio von Pfeil and John Schofield of Apastron Investment. Joining us in the second part of the show is Hongjoo Hahm from the United Nations Economic and Social Commission to talk about sustainable development goals in Asia Pacific.

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