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GREECE IN ECONOMIC TURMOIL by Philipp Ershov

For six years now, we have lived in hard financial times. Switch on national T.V. (oh, sorry, they shut that down to decrease government spending), or any sort of Greek news channel, and you’ll see the same picture: raising of taxes, rising unemployment ( 2,051 more words

Features

Why the Financial Services Industry is Showing More Women in Its Ads

> Posted by Karen Firestone, President and CEO, Aureus Asset Management

The following post was originally published on the Harvard Business Review Blog Network.

Financial services firms want to reach more women; so I conclude from data presented by… 635 more words

Center For Financial Inclusion

Continued Struggles in Pakistan

With around 200 million citizens, Pakistan remains an unstable nation that has yet to figure out how to accomplish some of its basic governmental functions. 776 more words

Conflict

Weak China shares depress Asia, Ukraine also a risk

TOKYO: Extended weakness in Chinese shares, driven by worries over liquidity and earnings, put a brake on other Asian stock markets on Tuesday despite Wall Street stocks rallying into a fifth session. 521 more words

April 2014

NEOCOLONIALISM IN WEST AFRICA BOOK TOUR

Below is the flyer for the summer book tour of political activist Chernoh Bah of Sierra Leone. His new book is entitled NEOCOLONIALISM IN WEST AFRICA. 198 more words

Yellow Mountain Collective

Likkle more from Moji Anderson: Taxes, Politicians and Jamaica Part 2

Marc Gayle said “the responsibility for this bank tax lies with us.”  

Wait – I am to blame for the withdrawal tax?

Marc Gayle says yes: “Not just those that pay bribes and do blatantly illicit activities, but everybody else that knows that these activities take place and say nothing.” 288 more words

Jamaica