Tag: countries

Russia proposed to Switzerland the abolition of its Russian dividend privileges

Russia has sent a letter to Switzerland proposing an amendment to the double taxation agreement. This was…

RA Expert: The hijacking of the stock market by retail investors continues

Last year was a record for the entry of individuals into the stock market. This was facilitated…

You should not bury globalization and anticipate the complete self-isolation of countries

“Describe the past, diagnose the present, make a prediction for the future.” All over the world, governments,…

The nationalization of the bond market serves as a reliable defense against the sovereign debt crisis

Among economists, especially in France, where I now live, there is a lively debate about acceptable levels…

The IMF and the World Bank are developing a joint anti-crisis plan

From April 14 to 17, the annual summit of the IMF and the World Bank will be…

The IMF and the World Bank will have to rescue developing countries

The world-paralyzed coronavirus pandemic is hitting the economies of developing countries. Many are already turning to the…

China has secretly lent more than $ 200 billion to developing countries

In recent years, dozens of developing countries have been actively borrowing from China, mainly to carry out…

137 countries have agreed to share corporate income tax worldwide

Over the years, the biggest tech giants — Google, Apple, Facebook, and others — have accumulated profits…

Why low unemployment doesn’t always help the economy

Central banks in many developed countries are facing a paradoxical problem: despite declining unemployment rates for decades,…

The OECD is finding ways to increase the corporate tax burden

Over the years, the biggest tech giants – Google, Apple, Facebook and others – have amassed profits…

Trade wars can benefit

“Peace is a natural influence of trade.” This laconic thesis is not taken from the latest IMF…

The threat of a global recession is growing – Vedomosti

Germany’s GDP shrank in the second quarter, with China showing more and more signs of a slowdown,…