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Finance & Economics

THE CRUCIAL STRATEGIC ISSUE OF THIS MOMENT: A Lot of Plain Facts

EIR_4.JPG“What about what has been often debated as the legendary doom of ‘The Cities of the Plain’ ”?, LaRouche asks. Shown: “The Flight of Lot,” by...

Cameron said Fees package will be “sustainable, competitive and fair”

Cameron-economy-070610-300x254_0.jpgPrime Minister David Cameron has promised the Government’s proposed higher education fees...

IT Security & Network Security News

Attackers hit the Website for MasterCard in an apparent cyber-retaliation for the company’s decision to stop processing donations to WikiLeaks.

Treasury Announces Pricing of Citigroup Common Stock Offering

The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced today that it priced an underwritten public offering of approximately 2.4 billion shares of Citigroup Inc. common stock at $4.35 per share. This offering disposed of Treasury’s remaining shares of...

Boeing Opens New Office in Doha, Qatar

Boeing [NYSE:BA], the world's leading aerospace company, today established its first office in Qatar as the company continues to strengthen its relationship with and support of that country and the surrounding Middle East region.

Canada: Launch of Free Trade Talks Highlight of Minister Van Loan’s Trip to India

The Honourable Peter Van Loan, Minister of International Trade, concluded a four-day visit to India. During his visit, Minister Van Loan launched the negotiations toward a free trade agreement between Canada and India and promoted the benefits of...

More than half of the families in Taiwan owe taxes and duties

A member of Taiwan's Control Yuan pointed that in the years between 2006 and 2008, the cases of employees of the government and state-owned enterprises owing taxes are close to ten thousand (NTD, New Taiwan Dollar), and the total amount owed is over 1...

Flight delays become very expensive

Flight delays are causing financial damage to US passengers.

Researchers at UC Berkeley have found domestic flight delays put a $32.9 billion dent in pockets in 2007.

Food crisis may stem from US high prices

Soaring prices in the US are leading to a new food crisis with Agricultural commodities prices gaining momentum

Premature end to economic stimulus could risk double-dip recession, UN warns

Premature withdrawal of macroeconomic stimulus measures in developed countries in the face of budget deficits may trigger a deflationary spiral in the global economy, with attendant slumps in growth and employment, a major United Nations trade agency...