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What we're reading this week: Somalia's new president, Design Indaba meets IKEA, and more

Following up on the Somalia election earlier this year, UCLA PhD candidate Safia Farole wrote a piece for The Monkey Cage about what the election means going forward. 269 more words

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State Bank of India Singapore offers remittance to India via ATMs

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

STATE Bank of India (SBI) Singapore on Thursday launched a new service, remittances to India via its ATMs.

STATE Bank of India (SBI) Singapore on Thursday launched a new service, remittances to India via its ATMs. 368 more words

Money Matters

Capital Gains tax for NRIs- It's not that simple

As an NRI, you would have wondered many times, what parts of your Indian Income are taxable and what are not and trust me you are not alone. 563 more words

Finance

Demanding some basic respect

Donald Trump cancelled a meeting with the Mexican President last Thursday, because Enrique Peña Nieto had said the night before that his country would not be paying for the “wall”.  524 more words

Illegal Immigration...Mexico Encourages it! Make this Handbook go Viral.

Thanks to my Ricochet friend “Wiley”, you can now access the Mexican Government’s Handbook for Illegal Immigrants to the United States from Mexico.  This handbook is published only in Spanish, and is available to any Mexican who thinks he can make a better living in the United States than he can in Mexico.   2,305 more words

Culture

You want to grow the surveillance state?

If you haven’t heard already, in light of Mexican president Pina Nieto’s big middle finger to Trump’s grandiose plan to make his country pay for a “big, beautiful wall” on the border with the United States, 45 has made another proposal: let’s… 891 more words

America

Looks like Trump wins in the U.S.-Mexico 'debate' over renegotiating NAFTA

(NationalSentinel) One of these days American and foreign leaders will begin to take our 45th president seriously, but until then, they’ll just keep misjudging and dismissing him as some babbling rube who doesn’t have a clue… 550 more words

Economy