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Economics

New Draft Regulations Receive Approval Whereby The Banks Are To Be Prepared

New set of regulatory laws that affect the banks in their bonds and equity capitals has been approved in their draft forms. Dailymanagementreview.com – 25 September 2015 – A new agreement regarding equity and bond capitals are in the draft form. The upcoming set of rules will “require” nearly all...

Reuters Poll Indicates China September Official Factory PMI Shrinking for Second Month

A poll conducted on 29 economists by news agency Reuters claimed that the official manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) of China for September is forecast to inch down to 49.6 from August's 49.7, according to the median forecast of the analysts. This, the likely consecutive second...

Global GDP Could be Increased by 26% by Increasing Workplace Gender Parity - Report

A report from the McKinsey Global Institute states that getting more women into the workforce could give the global economy a significant boost apart from conforming to the moral and social considerations of gender equality. Global annual GDP could rise by as much as $28 trillion or 26%, by 2025...

U.S. economic activity backs the case for a hike in interest rate in December

Despite gloomy economic forecasts and a slowdown in global economic activity, the U.S. economy has expanded steadily thanks to steady consumer spending, helped by cheap gas prices and slightly higher home prices, to name a few. Although the U.S. Federal Reserve has postponed its decision to not...

$ 43 Trillion, The Price for Permafrost Disappearance

Global warming continues to be one of the most important topics discussed, although the danger has not yet been fully proved. However, after about 200 years, the melting of permafrost could cost about $ 43 trillion to the world. There are large volumes of carbon dioxide and methane trapped in the...

Administrative Charges To Lower In China Across Multiple Sectors

A report issued by the economic planner of China said that administrative costs will be reduced over a number of sectors. Dailymanagementreview.com, Beijing – 24 September 2015 – In an announcement made by the economic planner of China on Thursday, revealed that there are plans of lowering twelve...

Is Fight with Tax Inversion Useless?

A year after the US Treasury started actions against US companies transactions that allow escaping the US tax jurisdiction (tax inversion), local experts see no tangible results. Many US companies manage to merge with foreign companies, and then the headquarters of the combined company is simply...

The World Trade Decline Has Hit Emerging Markets

Everyone is alarmed with the new word ‘diversification’ in Tilbury (one of the three largest container ports in the UK). Less space is allocated to traditional container transportation. Instead, the owners of the port are investing in new projects. A giant metal frame soon will turn into a...

Iran Economy Slows Down as Consumers Wait for Foreign Brands to Arrive

Consumers in Iran are reportedly holding off on purchases of domestic goods and waiting for foreign brands and products to arrive as the country reached a nuclear deal that will open its markets to the world.   However officials fear that an economic stagnation like situation might occur due...

The French Regulator Rejected Google's Claim Against 'Right to be Forgotten'

The French Commission for the Information Technology and Human Rights (Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertes, CNIL), the main body of the country in the field of protection of personal data of citizens, rejected on Monday a lawsuit of Google, aimed at the abolition of the "right to...
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