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Despite the recent negative developments with the country’s currency (i.e. devaluation) Egypt is still one of the Middle East’s most…
If you were asked to explain the benefits of renewable energy production, chances are you would first say the obvious…
When French president Francois Hollande declared the Eurozone debt crisis over this weekend, did he know what he was talking about?
The current economical climate is struggling and it’s not the residents who have to tighten their purse strings, the countries themselves are struggling to cope with their increasing levels of debt.
We’ve been hearing a lot of talk about tax avoidance for quite a while now, from brass-plating to sweetheart deals.
The European Commission has supported plans from 10 member states to raise funds to deal with the current European economic crisis, by introducing a tax on financial transactions.
This week sees the Royal Bank of Scotland make its final £1.4million payment to the Asset Protection Scheme, reaching the required £2.5billion minimum payment to exit the emergency insurance program.
During the second quarter (April-to-June) the ONS (Office for National Statistics) claimed that the economy shrank by only 0.4pc, after it made a third estimate of gross domestic product for the UK.
The office of Governor of the Bank of England has been filled by Mervyn King for the past 10 years, and has served two consecutive 5-year terms.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) conducted its annual survey of all global economies and rated each one based on 12 “Pillars of Competitiveness” covering a number of factors affecting individual economies such as “Health & Primary Education”, “Technological Readiness, and “Innovation”.