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STOCK PHOTO SYDNEY – Business travel budgets are poised to rise in 2023 as companies benchmark against pre-pandemic levels of travel spending despite growing uncertainty over the economic outlook, a senior executive at global corporate travel agency CWT said on Tuesday.“Even 2022, this calendar year, is going to be discounted to some degree,” CWT Chief Customer Officer Nick Vournakis said in

SYDNEY, Sept 6 (Reuters) – Australian farmers are expected to earn a record amount from agriculture exports this financial year, the country’s chief commodity forecaster said on Tuesday, as it raised its estimate on the back of favorable weather and high global prices.The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) said farm export earnings could

Headline inflation slowed to its two-month low of 6.3% in August as food and transport costs eased, the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) reported on Tuesday morning.August’s inflation print eased from the nearly four-year high of 6.4% in July but remained higher than 4.4% in August