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Survey results: Armenian citizens trust government more than p...

ArmInfo .Armenian citizenstrust the government more than the president and parliament,according to the results of the survey conducted by the representative office of Gallup International Association. The Head of the Office Aram Navasardyan ... Groong, 2 weeks ago

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Demonetisation: India's top 6 economists answer 10 questions each (not Modi's survey queries)

Six top economists weigh in on the wisdom of the demonetisation gamble, and assess its short and long-term implications. Q1. Do you agree with the government's demonetisation move? Ashok Gulati Not only do I agree, but I feel that with ...
 India Today1 week ago
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Manmohan says note ban makes no economic sense

For more than a week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had stayed away from the winter session of Parliament drawing criticism from the opposition clamouring for his presence to hear it out on the cash crisis. When he did make an appearance on Thursday, ...
 Financial Chronicle1 week ago Singh tears demonetisation to shreds  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago

TOPPS TILES : Mystic (Rees-)Mogg and the art of economic prediction

A big week in parliament for the Jacob Rees-Mogg committee (formerly known as the Treasury select committee), which will again be grilling one of its favourite targets: economic forecasters. First up on Tuesday comes Paul Johnson, director of the ...
 4 Traders1 week ago Mystic (Rees-)Mogg and the art of economic prediction  The Guardian1 week ago

Once adulated, Greek PM Tsipras among least popular chiefs

ATHENS, Greece The survey also found that 87 percent of respondents oppose creditor-demanded income cuts and economic reforms imposed under Greece's latest bailout deal, signed by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras last year. Once adulated, Tsipras ...
 FOXNews.com1 week ago

International Economic Events Calendar - Next 7 Days - FXStreet

times in GMT 00:00JapanLabor Cash Earnings (YoY) 0.20%All DayUKUK Supreme Court Hears Government-Parliament Brexit Appeal 00:01UKBRC Like-For-Like Retail Sales (YoY) 1.70%n/aChinaForeign Exchange Reserves (MoM) ¥3.121T07:00GermanyFactory Orders ...
 London South East2 days ago

economic survey 2015-16

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. Growth and Investment  The outgoing year witnessed slow global recovery as the world economy started picking up at slow pace and the global outlook also indicates some signs of weak demand.  In ...
 SlideShare.net4 days ago

30 days of demonetisation LIVE: Opposition observes black day to mark month of 'suffering' outside Parliament

Highlights 11:41 (IST) Mayawati on demonetisation The Opposition is not doing this for personal gains, this is being done keeping in mind the 90 percent of the people of this nation. For 90 percent of the people of this nation the 'black ...
 Firstpost.com19 minutes ago Parliament LIVE: Taxation Bill passed in Lok Sabha; debate on note ban inundates both Houses  Firstpost.com1 week ago Parliament LIVE: Deadlock over PM Modi's presence in Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha continues  Firstpost.com1 week ago Parliament LIVE: Adjourn-resume-adjourn-repeat in Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha on 10th day of Winter Session  Firstpost.com1 week ago

Japan Considers Bill to Allow Casinos

14 minutes ago, Bloomberg Video Dec.05 -- Japan could take a step closer to legalizing casinos as parliament considers a controversial bill. Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." More on Bloomberg Video: Gold ...
 Yahoo! India2 days ago

Carmichael coal mine: Environmental and economic madness

I trust the wise heads in our government, which ostensibly supports the free market, will oppose the $1billion subsidy to miner Adani (The Age, 5/12). The money will go towards the cost of a $2.2billion railway line to serve the forthcoming ...
 Melbourne Age2 days ago
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