Yesterday’s post mentioned the ‘beggar-thy-neighbour’ policies pursued by Germany, which have supported export-led growth, at the expense of its eurozone neighbours, and more recently the wider global economy. 544 more words
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Nigeria's exchange rate falls below N400/$1 for the first time since August 2016, what could possibly be wrong with this?
Within the past few days, the Naira has fallen below N400/$1 for the first time since August 2016, expectedly there has been a lot of cheer and excitement and even commendations for the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Federal Government (FG). 763 more words
Canada’s 2017 federal budget failed to offer any plans for deregulation. This is ironic because regulations are among the most important obstacles to innovation, the holy grail of the government’s plan for future growth. 725 more words
For the first time in the history of the Saskatchewan Party government, there is a contingency fund built into the budget.
The 2017-18 budget, released last Wednesday, shows the province is setting aside $300 million in just-in-case money. 567 more words
In a place often ripped apart by its own indecency — especially during heated occasions like the delivery of the 2017-18 budget — there are times at the Saskatchewan legislature when special emphasis has to be placed on decency. 660 more words