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The Globe and Mail
What Brexit could mean for the U.K. economyagainst the dollar since 1985, could help exporters – although demand in many c
What Brexit could mean for the U.K. economy
The Globe and Mail / Posted 28 minutes ago
against the dollar since 1985, could help exporters – although demand in many countries around the world remains weak. The OECD and the IMF have said a Brexit will hurt the rest of the EU and affect other countries further afield. The OECD has said... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Brexit pitches world into uncharted terrainsuch as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Organisation for Economic
Brexit pitches world into uncharted terrain
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted an hour ago
such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) had warned in the months and weeks leading up to the ballot of the dangers for the world economy, especially elsewhere... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Brexit pitches world into uncharted terrainsuch as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Organisation for Economic
Brexit pitches world into uncharted terrain
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 hours ago
such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) had warned in the months and weeks leading up to the ballot of the dangers for the world economy, especially elsewhere... Read more
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FOX Business
Brexit Delivers Another Blow to Fed's Rate-Hike Planhave the potential to lower GDP in the BRICS nations -- Brazil, Russia, India,
Brexit Delivers Another Blow to Fed's Rate-Hike Plan
FOX Business / Posted 4 hours ago
have the potential to lower GDP in the BRICS nations -- Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa – and other non-OECD economies by more than 0.5 percentage point by 2018. Further, more risk-off sentiment in global markets could leave the... Read more
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FOX Business
Brexit Delivers Another Blow to Fed's Rate-Hike Planhave the potential to lower GDP in the BRICS nations -- Brazil, Russia, India,
Brexit Delivers Another Blow to Fed's Rate-Hike Plan
FOX Business / Posted 4 hours ago
have the potential to lower GDP in the BRICS nations -- Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa – and other non-OECD economies by more than 0.5 percentage point by 2018. Further, more risk-off sentiment in global markets could leave the... Read more
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Daily Mail
KATIE HOPKINS: The day Britain stood up and reclaimed its birthrightthe city. Every banker, every expert, every institution who told us Brexit woul
KATIE HOPKINS: The day Britain stood up and reclaimed its birthright
Daily Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
the city. Every banker, every expert, every institution who told us Brexit would spell disaster... the CBI, the IMF, the OECD, the IFS. We told them to rearrange their powerful acronyms into a well known phrase or saying. Because the terror we... Read more
5h
WA Today
Election 2016: Let's have a grown-up debate about where we're headed– a club of mainly rich nations – very much shares that concern. But here's th
Election 2016: Let's have a grown-up debate about where we're headed
WA Today / Posted 5 hours ago
– a club of mainly rich nations – very much shares that concern. But here's the trick: unlike our economic managers, the OECD brackets weak productivity improvement with worsening inequality of incomes, describing them as "a twin challenge". The... Read more
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The Age
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economistsmore heavily reliant on personal income tax which did "not sound efficiency imp
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
more heavily reliant on personal income tax which did "not sound efficiency improving". Saul Eslake said evidence from the OECD showed the biggest bang for the buck came from cutting taxes for new rather than existing businesses, "which would be... Read more
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The Age
Election 2016: Let's have a grown-up debate about where we're headed– a club of mainly rich nations – very much shares that concern. But here's th
Election 2016: Let's have a grown-up debate about where we're headed
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
– a club of mainly rich nations – very much shares that concern. But here's the trick: unlike our economic managers, the OECD brackets weak productivity improvement with worsening inequality of incomes, describing them as "a twin challenge". The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Election 2016: Let's have a grown-up debate about where we're headed– a club of mainly rich nations – very much shares that concern. But here's th
Election 2016: Let's have a grown-up debate about where we're headed
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
– a club of mainly rich nations – very much shares that concern. But here's the trick: unlike our economic managers, the OECD brackets weak productivity improvement with worsening inequality of incomes, describing them as "a twin challenge". The... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economistsmore heavily reliant on personal income tax which did "not sound efficiency imp
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
more heavily reliant on personal income tax which did "not sound efficiency improving". Saul Eslake said evidence from the OECD showed the biggest bang for the buck came from cutting taxes for new rather than existing businesses, "which would be... Read more
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The Financial Express
BREXIT: Modi’s first full-blown crisis requires clarity of thought, steadiness of purposerecapitalize banks – this doesn’t affect the fisc, except to the extent of inte
BREXIT: Modi’s first full-blown crisis requires clarity of thought, steadiness of purpose
The Financial Express / Posted 6 hours ago
recapitalize banks – this doesn’t affect the fisc, except to the extent of interest payments in future years. Looking at ways to rebalance trade away from the slower-growth OECD into more vibrant Asia is another avenue that requires serious attenti... Read more
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Canberra Times
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economistsmore heavily reliant on personal income tax which did "not sound efficiency imp
Scope BusinessDay Economic Survey: Cut negative gearing, not company tax say leading economists
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
more heavily reliant on personal income tax which did "not sound efficiency improving". Saul Eslake said evidence from the OECD showed the biggest bang for the buck came from cutting taxes for new rather than existing businesses, "which would be... Read more
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Canberra Times
Election 2016: Let's have a grown-up debate about where we're headed– a club of mainly rich nations – very much shares that concern. But here's th
Election 2016: Let's have a grown-up debate about where we're headed
Canberra Times / Posted 6 hours ago
– a club of mainly rich nations – very much shares that concern. But here's the trick: unlike our economic managers, the OECD brackets weak productivity improvement with worsening inequality of incomes, describing them as "a twin challenge". The... Read more
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Newsmax
Brexit Will Cause 'Meaningful Economic Damage' for Allfor the most part. Anti-politics is by no means an exclusive U.K. phenomenon as
Brexit Will Cause 'Meaningful Economic Damage' for All
Newsmax / Posted 6 hours ago
for the most part. Anti-politics is by no means an exclusive U.K. phenomenon as it is very clearly present elsewhere in the OECD. Please keep in mind, anti-politics and the associated scapegoat economics undermine trend growth in the longer term.... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Election 2016: Let's have a grown-up debate about where we're headed– a club of mainly rich nations – very much shares that concern. But here's th
Election 2016: Let's have a grown-up debate about where we're headed
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 hours ago
– a club of mainly rich nations – very much shares that concern. But here's the trick: unlike our economic managers, the OECD brackets weak productivity improvement with worsening inequality of incomes, describing them as "a twin challenge". The... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Market mayhem: Stocks bloodied after shock Brexit outcomein a report. “The U.K. Treasury calculates that GDP will be 3.6% lower in two
Market mayhem: Stocks bloodied after shock Brexit outcome
The Globe and Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
in a report. “The U.K. Treasury calculates that GDP will be 3.6% lower in two years than had they remained in the EU, the OECD estimates a 3% loss by 2020, while the IMF warned of a 5.5% loss by 2019.” What this means for Canada The U.K. accounts... Read more
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The New Statesman
Hate Brexit Britain? 7 of the best places for political progressives to emigrate toalso known for progressive policies, like equal parental leave for mothers and
Hate Brexit Britain? 7 of the best places for political progressives to emigrate to
The New Statesman / Posted 7 hours ago
also known for progressive policies, like equal parental leave for mothers and fathers. Norway ranks no. 2 of all the OECD countries for jobs and life satisfaction, Finland’s no.1 for education, Sweden stands out for health care and Denmark’s... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
Factbox: What Brexit could mean for the UK economythe dollar since 1985, could help exporters - although demand in many countries
Factbox: What Brexit could mean for the UK economy
Bdnews24.com / Posted 9 hours ago
the dollar since 1985, could help exporters - although demand in many countries around the world remains weak. * The OECD and the IMF have said a Brexit will hurt the rest of the EU and affect other countries further afield. The OECD has said... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigeria's Oil Revenue Dropped By U.S.$35 Billion in 2015in the Asia Pacific region, particularly India and China, North America, Wester
Nigeria's Oil Revenue Dropped By U.S.$35 Billion in 2015
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 hours ago
in the Asia Pacific region, particularly India and China, North America, Western Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Total OECD oil demand grew soundly during 2015, while demand declined in Latin America for the first time since 2003. OPEC oil... Read more
9h
International Business Times
David Cameron's legacy: The man who broke up two unions? Isis would be happy with a Brexit. Worse still, house prices might fall. Oh, a
David Cameron's legacy: The man who broke up two unions?
International Business Times / Posted 9 hours ago
Isis would be happy with a Brexit. Worse still, house prices might fall. Oh, and listen to the experts — the IMF, the OECD, Nato, economists, banks, and so on — who say the UK should remain in the EU. But there is an obvious problem with... Read more
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TheBull
What Brexit could mean for UK economythe dollar since 1985, could help exporters, although demand in many countries
What Brexit could mean for UK economy
TheBull / Posted 9 hours ago
the dollar since 1985, could help exporters, although demand in many countries around the world remains weak. - The OECD says there could be deeper global economic fallout if a Brexit undermines confidence in the EU, a scenario not included... Read more
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International Business Times
South Korea ponders law to ban bosses contacting employees out of office hours to have clocked an average of 2,124 working hours, which is far higher than the
South Korea ponders law to ban bosses contacting employees out of office hours
International Business Times / Posted 11 hours ago
to have clocked an average of 2,124 working hours, which is far higher than the average of 1,770 hours clocked in other OECD nations. Besides, a report by the Korea Labour and Society Institute said employees are forced to work an additional 11... Read more
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Times of Malta
What does Brexit mean for the UK?Below are estimates of the impact of Brexit on Britain's gross domestic product
What does Brexit mean for the UK?
Times of Malta / Posted 12 hours ago
Below are estimates of the impact of Brexit on Britain's gross domestic product, compared with remaining in the EU. * The OECD and the IMF have said a Brexit will hurt the rest of the EU and affect other countries further afield. The OECD has said... Read more
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Market Watch
‘Panic’ and ‘bloodbath’ — analysts react to U.K.’s decision to Brexitlonger-term global trends. The rise of anti-politics and scapegoat economics is
‘Panic’ and ‘bloodbath’ — analysts react to U.K.’s decision to Brexit
Market Watch / Posted 14 hours ago
longer-term global trends. The rise of anti-politics and scapegoat economics is evident in today’s result, but this is an OECD-wide issue not just a UK issue. Anti-politics and prejudice politics is a negative for long term economic growth.” —... Read more
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PhysOrg
S. Korea mulls law to keep office out of the hometo 'disconnect' In 2014, the average South Korean worker clocked up 2,124 work
S. Korea mulls law to keep office out of the home
PhysOrg / Posted 15 hours ago
to 'disconnect' In 2014, the average South Korean worker clocked up 2,124 working hours—the second-highest total among OECD member nations after Mexico and far higher than the average of 1,770 hours. In a recent report titled "Workers Who Are... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Brexit is just one example of the political problems Europe is facingthe percentage of native- and foreign-born people 15 or older with tertiary, or
Brexit is just one example of the political problems Europe is facing
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 15 hours ago
the percentage of native- and foreign-born people 15 or older with tertiary, or college-level, education in various OECD countries. The data are from 2011, but it's notable that members of Britain's foreign-born population were more likely... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Brexit is just one example of the political problems Europe is facingthe percentage of native- and foreign-born people 15 or older with tertiary, or
Brexit is just one example of the political problems Europe is facing
Stamford Advocate / Posted 15 hours ago
the percentage of native- and foreign-born people 15 or older with tertiary, or college-level, education in various OECD countries. The data are from 2011, but it's notable that members of Britain's foreign-born population were more likely... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Brexit is just one example of the political problems Europe is facingthe percentage of native- and foreign-born people 15 or older with tertiary, or
Brexit is just one example of the political problems Europe is facing
Connecticut Post / Posted 16 hours ago
the percentage of native- and foreign-born people 15 or older with tertiary, or college-level, education in various OECD countries. The data are from 2011, but it's notable that members of Britain's foreign-born population were more likely... Read more
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The Financial Express
What Brexit could mean for the UK economyto -9.5 per cent in 2 years 15 years Bank of “material slowdown” and England po
What Brexit could mean for the UK economy
The Financial Express / Posted 16 hours ago
to -9.5 per cent in 2 years 15 years Bank of “material slowdown” and England possible technical recession; higher inflation OECD -3.3 per cent in 2020 -2.7 to -7.7 per cent by 2030 IMF -1.5 per cent to -5.5 per cent by 2019 Economists +1.4 per cent... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Brexit is just one example of the political problems Europe is facingthe percentage of native- and foreign-born people 15 or older with tertiary, or
Brexit is just one example of the political problems Europe is facing
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 16 hours ago
the percentage of native- and foreign-born people 15 or older with tertiary, or college-level, education in various OECD countries. The data are from 2011, but it's notable that members of Britain's foreign-born population were more likely... Read more
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Namibia Economist
After the vote, chaosis that, despite repeated warnings from an alphabet soup of national and intern
After the vote, chaos
Namibia Economist / Posted 16 hours ago
is that, despite repeated warnings from an alphabet soup of national and international bodies—the Treasury, the IMF, the OECD, the CBI, the NIESR, the IFS and others—that the economy would suffer as Brexit led to lower trade, less investment and... Read more
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Fortune
Hold on to Your Hats. Britain Is Leaving the E.U.widely watched bookies, before the vote had pointed to a victory for the Remain
Hold on to Your Hats. Britain Is Leaving the E.U.
Fortune / Posted 17 hours ago
widely watched bookies, before the vote had pointed to a victory for the Remain camp. The Bank of England, the IMF, and OECD, as well as the Fed’s Janet Yellen, have all warned of a severe bout of volatility after a “Brexit” vote, with... Read more
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Rappler
S. Korea mulls law to keep office out of the hometo 'disconnect' In 2014, the average South Korean worker clocked up 2,124 work
S. Korea mulls law to keep office out of the home
Rappler / Posted 17 hours ago
to 'disconnect' In 2014, the average South Korean worker clocked up 2,124 working hours – the second-highest total among OECD member nations after Mexico and far higher than the average of 1,770 hours. In a recent report titled "Workers Who Are... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Steven Joyce in Tauranga for post-Budget briefingthe other export sectors were really helping NZ succeed, he said. NZ has had t
Steven Joyce in Tauranga for post-Budget briefing
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
the other export sectors were really helping NZ succeed, he said. NZ has had the seventh-fastest growing economy in the OECD for the past five years, and was doing relatively better post-GFC than countries such as Japan, Canada, Europe, the US... Read more
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WA Today
Donald Trump shows that circa 2016 political language that no longer mattersthe world." Associated Press: "Closer to the opposite is true – the US tax bur
Donald Trump shows that circa 2016 political language that no longer matters
WA Today / Posted 17 hours ago
the world." Associated Press: "Closer to the opposite is true – the US tax burden is actually one of the lowest among 34 [OECD countries]." Trump: "We will repeal and replace job-killing Obamacare. It is a total disaster." Associated Press:... Read more
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Canberra Times
Donald Trump shows that circa 2016 political language that no longer mattersthe world." Associated Press: "Closer to the opposite is true – the US tax bur
Donald Trump shows that circa 2016 political language that no longer matters
Canberra Times / Posted 18 hours ago
the world." Associated Press: "Closer to the opposite is true – the US tax burden is actually one of the lowest among 34 [OECD countries]." Trump: "We will repeal and replace job-killing Obamacare. It is a total disaster." Associated Press:... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives wantand more companies onto a tax rate of 27.5 per cent and then drop if for everyo
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives want
Brisbane Times / Posted 19 hours ago
and more companies onto a tax rate of 27.5 per cent and then drop if for everyone to 25 per cent by 2025. In contract, the OECD average tax rate currently sits at 24.85 per cent and has been trending lower for the past decade. That figure will... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Donald Trump shows that circa 2016 political language no longer mattersthe world." Associated Press: "Closer to the opposite is true – the US tax bur
Donald Trump shows that circa 2016 political language no longer matters
Brisbane Times / Posted 19 hours ago
the world." Associated Press: "Closer to the opposite is true – the US tax burden is actually one of the lowest among 34 [OECD countries]." Trump: "We will repeal and replace job-killing Obamacare. It is a total disaster." Associated Press:... Read more
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The Age
Donald Trump shows that circa 2016 political language no longer mattersthe world." Associated Press: "Closer to the opposite is true – the US tax bur
Donald Trump shows that circa 2016 political language no longer matters
The Age / Posted 19 hours ago
the world." Associated Press: "Closer to the opposite is true – the US tax burden is actually one of the lowest among 34 [OECD countries]." Trump: "We will repeal and replace job-killing Obamacare. It is a total disaster." Associated Press:... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Donald Trump shows that circa 2016 political language no longer mattersthe world." Associated Press: "Closer to the opposite is true – the US tax bur
Donald Trump shows that circa 2016 political language no longer matters
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 hours ago
the world." Associated Press: "Closer to the opposite is true – the US tax burden is actually one of the lowest among 34 [OECD countries]." Trump: "We will repeal and replace job-killing Obamacare. It is a total disaster." Associated Press:... Read more
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WA Today
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives wantand more companies onto a tax rate of 27.5 per cent and then drop if for everyo
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives want
WA Today / Posted 19 hours ago
and more companies onto a tax rate of 27.5 per cent and then drop if for everyone to 25 per cent by 2025. In contract, the OECD average tax rate currently sits at 24.85 per cent and has been trending lower for the past decade. That figure will... Read more
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The Age
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives wantand more companies onto a tax rate of 27.5 per cent and then drop if for everyo
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives want
The Age / Posted 20 hours ago
and more companies onto a tax rate of 27.5 per cent and then drop if for everyone to 25 per cent by 2025. In contract, the OECD average tax rate currently sits at 24.85 per cent and has been trending lower for the past decade. That figure will... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives wantand more companies onto a tax rate of 27.5 per cent and then drop if for everyo
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives want
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
and more companies onto a tax rate of 27.5 per cent and then drop if for everyone to 25 per cent by 2025. In contract, the OECD average tax rate currently sits at 24.85 per cent and has been trending lower for the past decade. That figure will... Read more
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Canberra Times
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives wantand more companies onto a tax rate of 27.5 per cent and then drop if for everyo
Election 2016: What 48 Australian executives want
Canberra Times / Posted 20 hours ago
and more companies onto a tax rate of 27.5 per cent and then drop if for everyone to 25 per cent by 2025. In contract, the OECD average tax rate currently sits at 24.85 per cent and has been trending lower for the past decade. That figure will... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Is Labor's economic plan the most comprehensive in living memory?of photos (including 9 full page photos), a page of quotes from an Organisation
Is Labor's economic plan the most comprehensive in living memory?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 hours ago
of photos (including 9 full page photos), a page of quotes from an Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) report and a four-page critique of the current Government (including graphs and other information), leaving the actual... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
EU referendum result: counting begins in poll to decide Britain's future – livehas had an awful shock. Cameron has lined up party leaders, the IMF, the head o
EU referendum result: counting begins in poll to decide Britain's future – live
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
has had an awful shock. Cameron has lined up party leaders, the IMF, the head of the NHS, unions, the Bank of England, the OECD, the Institute of Fiscal Studies, and even the American president to tell Britain that voting to leave the EU would be a... Read more
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FOX Business
Keep Calm and Carry On: Life After Brexitmade structure, the EU isn’t inherently malicious – it’s just not teachable. S
Keep Calm and Carry On: Life After Brexit
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
made structure, the EU isn’t inherently malicious – it’s just not teachable. Sturdily reliable bodies including the IMF, OECD, and Bank of England have all issued cautions of an abrupt U.K. recession in the event of Brexit. That is indeed... Read more
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FOX Business
Keep Calm and Carry On: Life After Brexitmade structure, the EU isn’t inherently malicious – it’s just not teachable. S
Keep Calm and Carry On: Life After Brexit
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
made structure, the EU isn’t inherently malicious – it’s just not teachable. Sturdily reliable bodies including the IMF, OECD, and Bank of England have all issued cautions of an abrupt U.K. recession in the event of Brexit. That is indeed... Read more
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