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Osborne announces plans to raise £1.5bn by selling remaining ...

4.38pm BST Summary George Osborne has taken an early swipe at departmental budgets announcing £4.5bn of savings in this financial year through a sell-off of national assets including the remaining stake in Royal Mail and spending cuts. As ..., 4 weeks ago

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Special JHTR issue highlights ongoing CDC efforts to reduce population impact of TBI

Lonmin cuts spending on new mines Business Day Live_South Africa (Yesterday) - Platinum miner to reduce new capital investments in this financial year as well as reduce labour costs by cutting about 3,500 employees... Siemens announces massive ...
 9ija News.com1 month ago
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Greece's Debt Crisis: Live Updates

3:09 p.m. Greece is now under two hours from falling into arrears, unless the IMF agrees to give them more time. This morning, Greece's finance minister Yanis Varoufakis confirmed that the owed payment would not be coming today. Falling into ...
 Yahoo! Finance3 days ago Greece makes €200m IMF repayment, but no breakthrough in sight - live updates  9ija News.com1 month ago

Markets Live: Banks' horror run

Markets Deputy Editor Shares fall for the third straight day as the banks' horror run continues, while the Aussie dollar jumps above 78 US cents on upbeat GDP data. Sort posts by: Live article connection interrupted. Please refresh your ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago Markets Live: Banks sink ASX  WA Today1 month ago

A child born today may live to see humanity's end, unless…

A couple hugs while standing on a hilly area overlooking Cairo on a dusty and hazy day where temperatures reached 114 Fahrenheit, May 27, 2015. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih Humans will be extinct in 100 years because the planet will be uninhabitable, ...
 Reuters2 weeks ago A child born today could live to see end of the human race weeks ago

6 ways the war on drugs negatively impacts your everyday life

Many Americans who do not use illegal drugs assume exemption from drug war policies. But regardless of how much marijuana you do or don't smoke, the U.S. war on drugs affects nearly everyone. While some prohibition tactics are more obvious than ...
 Salon2 weeks ago
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Dirty money has outsized impact on world's poorest, data shows

By Stella Dawson WASHINGTON, June 4 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Dirty money stashed overseas to hide the proceeds of crime, corruption and tax evasion has an outsized impact on the world's poorest countries, a new study has found. ...
 Reuters Africa1 month ago Dirty money undermines poorest most  IOL3 weeks ago
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IMF: The solution to fixing high debt might be to do nothing at all

WASHINGTON (Reuters) Some countries with high public debt levels might be able to just live with it, because cutting back carries its own risks, three IMF officials said in a paper that disputes decades of dogma about the benefits of austerity. ...
 Business Insider Australia1 month ago IMF economists say some countries can...  The Fiscal Times1 month ago IMF warns on need for debt relief in Greece as negotiations struggle on  Open Europe1 month ago

Budget worries eclipse China's ASX boost

Analysts expected further easing of China's monetary policy as the government grapples with a slowing economy. Photo: Reuters A cut in Chinese interest rates over the weekend sparked a short-lived surge in Australian shares on Monday morning, said ...
 WA Today1 month ago

Roads before welfare: Modi faces dissent over spending shakeup

In his first full-year budget, approved by parliament on May 7, Modi halved funding for a scheme that gives millions of poor children free food and drastically cut allocations to make clean water available in rural areas. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi completes one year in office, his cuts in federal welfare spending on the poorest of India's 1.25 billion people are coming in for sharp criticism, including from within his cabinet. In a break with India's socialist past, Modi has saved money ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago INDIA: Who is new prime minister Narendra Modi?  The Week UK1 week ago PM Modi faces dissent over cuts in social and subsidy expenditure  Hindustan Times1 month ago Roads before welfare: Modi govt faces dissent over spending shakeup  Firstpost.com1 month ago
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