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How the US is stalling hard-fought global tax reform

Most governments agree that companies must stop using tax loopholes to avoid paying their fair share. But coming together on a global level to make this happen seems to still be out of reach. Many...

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Dollar strength: Why developing countries are nervous

Emerging economies are wary of the strength of the US dollar. They are taking steps to ensure the soaring greenback doesn’t fuel inflation and derail growth. We explain why they remain vulnerable. In addition, growing...

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Why did the US open up banking to Cuba’s private sector?

As Cuba faces a social and economic crisis, the United States has enabled more financial support for private businesses in the country in a boost to Internet-based services and financial services. The US Treasury’s regulatory...

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Japan Drives Home Message

The US dollar is mixed, but the spotlight is on the Japanese yen. It appears that with the market challenging Monday’s intervention, Japanese officials entered the market shortly after the US equity market closed yesterday,...

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Is the EU’s image failing in Southeast Asia?

A new survey shows the EU is losing face with business and government “elites” of Southeast Asia. Respondents showed less confidence in Brussels on issues like upholding free trade and global order. The European Union’s reputation...

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Iran gas pipeline: A solution to Pakistan’s energy woes?

Energy-hungry Pakistan wants to proceed with a natural gas pipeline connecting it and neighboring Iran. But the US has warned about the risk of sanctions in doing business with Tehran. Pakistan announced at the end of...

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Thought Leadership: Navigating Treasury Clearing Reforms for Insight and Impact

Regulators seem to enjoy playing Santa Claus around Christmas each year by gifting multiple regulatory mandates to the banking industry. Christmas 2023 was no different, as we witnessed a multitude of significant rules and consultations...

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Boeing 737 MAX executive to leave after latest grounding

US aviation giant Boeing is set to part company with the vice-president of its 737 MAX program, Ed Clark. The new models of 737s were recently cleared to fly again after their second grounding in...

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Vietnam pushes US to grant it ‘market economy’ status

Hanoi has spent the past year lobbying Washington intensely to bring its anti-dumping rules closer in line with the EU’s approach. Vietnam hopes the United States will quickly change its rules over alleged export “dumping,”...

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How China became the world’s largest debt collector

China has loaned $1.3 trillion for infrastructure projects from Asia to Latin America to boost trade. DW asks how China will ensure those debts are repaid. China’s massive Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) — backing and often...

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Who pays for climate damage and where does the money go?

An array of climate funds promise to help poorer countries either stop climate change or adapt to its consequences. But what do they actually cover, and why is it all so contentious? Fossil fuels powered...

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What the Israel Hamas War means for global and Indian economy

The Israel Hamas war has sent shockwaves across the world and the rapidly evolving conflict is being closely watched by global leaders. Tensions started when Hamas attacked Israel with over 5000 rockets from Gaza, a...