(Bloomberg) -- Carlos Dominguez,the incoming finance chief of the Philippines,sought to reassure investors that his new boss is a pragmatic leader wholl build on the gains that's made the Southeast Asian economy one of the fastest growing in the ... La Repubblica, 3 weeks ago
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(Bloomberg) -- Nissan Motor Co. President Carlos Ghosn, one of Japan's best-paid executives, received more than 1 billion yen ($9.58 million) in compensation for the second straight year after the carmaker's profit climbed to a record. Ghosn, 62, ...Yahoo! Singapore, 1 week ago Nissan's Ghosn still rakes in the cash Sunday Tribune, 1 week ago Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn's pay tops ¥1b for second year Malay Mail, 1 week ago Ghosn Takes on New Salvage Job Bloomberg, 1 month ago
Bloomberg Carlos Dominguez, who is set to become finance secretary in the Philippines, said the incoming government of President-elect Rodrigo Duterte is willing to initially lose revenue through income-tax cuts to help boost economic growth and ...Emirates-Business.ae, 3 weeks ago Philippines New Finance Chief May Cede Revenue for Growth (1) Yahoo! Singapore, 3 weeks ago
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