THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY Fund has left its growth forecasts for China this year and next unchanged at 6.6% and 6.2%. However, in the newly published edition of its… 503 more words
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A comment from PartisanZ went into auto-moderation (due to the number of links), but it’s worth a post.
In response to Muriel Newman’s “New Zealand Needs Tax Reform”, the argument that tax reductions automatically equate to increased productivity, from which singularly ensues sustainable growth and prosperity… 603 more words
This story originally appeared on Time.com.
By Nikhil Kumar
Late on Aug. 3, after a debate lasting almost eight hours, Indian lawmakers approved plans for a major economic overhaul to turn the country into one unified market in which businesses can trade goods and services across state lines without having to navigate a prohibitive array of federal and local taxes. 677 more words