Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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In the summer of 2012, when the eurozone crisis was breaking bad and Spanish banks were heavily hit by the burst of a real estate bubble, Europe set up a mega-loan to the Spanish government to help out its most-in-need financial institutions. By Tiziana Barghi...
Big steps have been taken in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone that will translate into better treasury services for companies in China. By Arthur Clennam Shanghai's pilot free trade zone, initiated last September, is about 11 square miles and covers fou...
Occurring on the global stage, the World Cup 2022 is helping to highlight labor market reform in Qatar.   MIDDLE EAST 2014 SUPPLEMENT By Gordon Platt Occurring on the global stage, the World Cup 2022 is helping to highlight labor market reform in Qa...
Former chief economist at the OECD, Pier Carlo Padoan is now at the helm of the ministry of Finance.   NEWSMAKERS By Valentina Pasquali Headed by 39-year-old prime minister Matteo Renzi, Italy’s new government is the youngest in the country’s hi...
India’s plan to issue new banking licenses may be put on hold until a new government is chosen in April elections.   MILESTONES By K.A. Badarinath India’s plan to issue as many as 12 new banking licenses may be put on hold until a new government...
While overall investment is stable, companies are changing how investment is distributed worldwide.   “While overall levels of investment have remained stable, there have been dramatic changes in how investment is distributed between regions and countries ...
Corporate tax evasion is like the weather: Everyone complains about it, but what is being done and what does it mean for corporations? By JR Brandstrader Corporate tax evasion is like the weather: Everyone complains about it, but what is being don...
The departing Fed boss gets props from economists—and himself   By Tiziana Barghini Bernanke: The Visible Hand For Ben Bernanke, a rocky eight-year tenure as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board is ending on a good note....
Plunge in profits tied to Oberhelman’s $8.8 billion excursion into the mining business.   NEWSMAKERS By Gilly Wright As third-quarter profits plunged 44%, US heavy equipment-manufacturer Caterpillar slashed its 2013 profit forecast for the third q...
Despite President Obama’s claim, a lot needs to be done to revive foreign investment in America. ByDr. Efraim Chalamish A welcome sign (Photo: Aaron Pruzaniec) The Great Recession, along with a changing global economic landscape, has led leader...
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