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Finance & Economics

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...

EGYPT: Wheat subsidy system under strain

Milad Nadim, 49, from Helwan city near the southern outskirts of greater Cairo, needs to be on the street by 6am daily to stand in a long queue for subsidized bread, or his children will go hungry. He says he often waits 3-4 hours to get the bread,...

Afghanistan announces huge oil find

In a place where U.S. and other foreign forces are trying to put down a Taliban-led insurgency, a massive oilfield has been discovered.

Worried About Recovery, Fed To Buy U.S. Debt

The Federal Reserve is taking new steps aimed at keeping the U.S. economy from slowing any further.

Retailers Worry Over Depressed Wages, Job Losses

July's dismal unemployment report, released Friday by the Labor Department, confirmed what millions of Americans already knew: It's still tough to find a job.

Enterprise Mobility: Google Nexus One Redesign: 10 Features It Must Have to Compete with Apple`s iPhone

Google announced this month that the Nexus One, the company’s first smartphone, which it developed with HTC, is being discontinued.

Oracle Pedigree App Fights Counterfeit Drugs

On July 26 Oracle launched its Pedigree and Serialization Manager to limit counterfeit products in the pharmaceutical supply chain and to boost patient safety. It satisfies the requirements of a California drug pedigree law that takes effect in 2015...