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According to the latest PwC ranking, the UAE has the world’s simplest corporate tax regime while Venezuela has the most burdensome. Ireland has the simplest in Europe, Canada in North America, and Chile in Latin America. In Asia-Pacific, Australia has the simplest tax...
  The Billionaire's Apprentice: The Rise of the Indian-American Elite and the Fall of the Galleon Hedge Fund raises more questions than it answers. By Udayan Gupta In a recent interview at the Asia Society, Anita Raghavan, author of the recent...
After his $250 million purchase of the Washington Post, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos won't have to contend with—the bane of many a corporate exec right now—an underfunded pension plan. A rare example of a company with an overfunded plan, The Post stands out as many ...
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After six years of recession the International Monetary Fund concedes that it "badly underestimated the damage that austerity would do to Greece’s economy”–a bit of an understatement given that the original projections were that Greece would lose 5.5% of its ec...
Raghuram Rajan’s appointment last week to the top post at the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) –the country’s central bank–was announced with the fanfare normally reserved for events such as the recent birth of a royal baby in London. By Valentina Pasquali ...
July 30, 2013 - Among the first three firms to be selected for nonbank SIFI designation, insurance giant AIG and commercial loan provider GE Capital appeared resigned. Insurer Prudential Financial, on the other hand, is contesting it. Rumblings of dissent are also be...
  Banks have long argued that the more capital they are required to hold, the less capital they will have to lend. But critics argue that a bank’s capital position weighs very little in decisions to lend, and better-capitalized banks are actually b...
Brazil is spending lavishly on infrastructure. But whether it lifts the economy remains to be seen.   SUNSET, OR A NEW SUNRISE? By Michael Shari Brazil faces a monumental challenge in meeting the expectations of its citizens, corporations and global i...
The quantitative easing launched in recent years by the central banks of the United States, the eurozone and Japan is entering a new phase. In the United States, the Fed will reduce the total amount of monthly investments in Treasuries and other fixed-income instruments...
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