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Cicada-shaped jade unearthed from 3,000-year-old tomb in central China
Archaeologists in central China have uncovered a jade item carved to resemble a cicada from a tomb dating back to the Xia Dynasty (2,070-1,600 BCE).
Central province’s nine-month exports topped $600m: TPO deputy
Non-oil exports from the central Iranian province of Markazi during the first nine months of the current calendar year (March 20-December 20) reached 1,284 tons worth $619 million, said a senior official.
Central African Republic votes under threat of violence
The Central African Republic on Sunday voted in presidential and legislative elections held under a cloud of violence as the government, international partners and United Nations peacekeepers seek to hold off a rebel advance.
Five bird species seen in central Iran for first time
Five new bird species have been seen for the first time in the central Iranian province of Markazi, an academic said on Saturday.
Arak, a tourist hub in central Iran with picturesque sites
The city of Arak in central Iran is home to numerous tourist attractions which draw large numbers of visitors every year.
Australia's central bank holds rates at all-time low as trade war rages
Australia’s central bank held rates at an all-time low of one percent on Tuesday as it weighed the impact of past easing, though markets are wagering the tide of policy stimulus sweeping the world will compel it to cut again before year-end.
Sweden’s economy unexpectedly contracts in blow to central bank
Sweden’s economy unexpectedly shrank in the second quarter, casting further doubts on the Riksbank’s plans to continue to raise rates.
Reuters poll: Thai central bank seen holding key rate despite flagging growth
Thailand’s central bank is expected to keep its benchmark policy rate steady on Wednesday for a fourth straight meeting, a Reuters poll showed, despite slowing growth and the way many Asian central banks have shifted toward easing policy.
Officials: India central bank plans more forex swaps, steps to inject cash
India’s central bank will probably conduct at least one more swap of rupees for dollars after the general election, said three officials with direct knowledge of the plan, part of an effort to support economic growth.
World's central banks want more gold
India’s central bank is likely to join counterparts in Russia and China scooping up gold this year, adding to its record holdings and lending support to worldwide bullion demand as top economies diversify their reserves.
China central bank injects ¥267b in targeted loans as broader easing appears on hold
China’s central bank extended ¥267.4 billion ($39.8 billion) to some commercial banks on Wednesday via its targeted medium-term lending facility (TMLF) as it looks to provide struggling smaller business with a steady stream of affordable financing.
Reuters poll: Indonesia central bank seen holding key rate now, cutting it later this year
Indonesia’s central bank will keep interest rates on hold on Thursday, a Reuters poll showed, though some economists say a rate cut to bolster economic growth is coming — and one sees a possible trim next month.
Deputy governor: Australia central bank still seeking solution to policy puzzle
Australia’s central bank is keeping a close eye on how the divergence between a seemingly slowing economy and a strong labor market resolves itself to help determine where policy rates are headed, a senior official said on Wednesday.
Central bank official: Bank lending for 'real economy' key to boost China growth
China should encourage its banks to support smaller, private firms in the real economy, rather than forced lending or policies such as quantitative easing, a state newspaper quoted a central bank official as saying on Saturday.

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