Monetary Union

How Tax Giants Write Their Own Rules

Temps d’imposition Il existe une porte tournante bien huilée entre les plus grands cabinets comptables des États-Unis et le département du Trésor, rapportent Jesse Drucker et Danny Hakim du Times. Le cycle des professionnels entre les secteurs public et privé n’est pas nouveau, mais la capacité des plus grands conseillers …

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The Reconstruction Story Rarely Told

par James A. Bacon Les guerres culturelles américaines ont une portée nationale, mais elles frappent particulièrement près de chez nous en Virginie, qui abritait, avant le nettoyage culturel actuel, de nombreux monuments dédiés aux soldats et généraux confédérés. Au cœur de la lutte pour l’histoire se trouve le désir de …

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Rwanda Army Chief Of Staff Visists Mozambique

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) has decided to establish a Regional Counterterrorism Center, which threatens to destabilize the entire region. It is a regional unit which will be headquartered in Tanzania, with the mission of providing exclusive and strategic advisory services to the region on terrorist threats. The establishment …

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Resolving the economic crisis and facing challenges with reforms | Print Edition

Views) : “Our country is facing a serious currency crisis. Data from the Central Bank shows that the country’s net foreign exchange reserves are close to zero, meaning that almost all of its reserves are borrowed. The importance of this declaration to Parliament by Mr. Basil Rajapaksa, Minister of Finance, …

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EXPLAINER: Why World Bank is under fire over set of rankings

WASHINGTON – Under fire at claims that it had bowed to pressure from China and other governments, the World Bank dropped a popular report that ranked countries based on their welcome to business. The report is important to many companies and investors around the world: they use the World Bank’s …

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Democrats slip pro-union provisions into massive spending package

Unions vsThe big winners would be if Democrats came up with trillion-dollar infrastructure and the social spending package passed. While the Right to Organize Protection Act, or PRO Act, did not have enough backing to pass, some of its elements were incorporated into the Democrats’ $ 3.5 trillion plan. Reconciliation …

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Indian opposition party holds street protest demanding jobs

NEW DELHI – Young members of India’s main opposition congressional party clashed with police in a street protest on Friday demanding jobs as the country’s economy recovers from a coronavirus lockdown last year which triggered massive unemployment. They also urged people not to celebrate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 71st birthday …

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Currency risk in an independent Scotland would be unavoidable, think tank finds

An independent Scotland would face inherent financial risk regardless of the currency option chosen, according to a report by an independent think tank at the Institute for Government. According to the organization, three options – a formal monetary union with the rest of the UK, joining the euro or pegging …

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Credit unions in Wales launch new payroll lending and saving scheme for thousands of employees

Wales Credit Unions have launched a new payroll loan and savings program available to thousands of employees. Leveraging the reserves of 10 credit unions to provide loans to employees, who can also save, the Moneyworks Wales initiative has already signed more than 150 companies, including Legal & General, Admiral and …

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Newsom, GOP Rivals Seek Votes in Recall’s Final Weekend | Voice of America

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA – Democratic allies of California Gov. Gavin Newsom continued to affirm their confidence in his chances of beating a recall on Saturday, but warned his supporters to continue urging people to vote as they sought a decisive victory, while Republicans said the competition was far from settled. . …

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