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Greenock Telegraph
Many UK companies unprepared for new tax-dodging rules, law firm warnsNew tax evasion laws coming into force this week could catch UK companies unawa
Greenock Telegraph / Posted moments ago
New tax evasion laws coming into force this week could catch UK companies unaware and put them at risk of unlimited fines, a British law firm has warned. Blake Morgan said it fears that “many” commercial and non-profit firms alike may be unprepared... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Aldi sales race ahead despite profits blow from investment and price cutsAldi has seen sales jump to record heights despite profits slipping by nearly a
Greenock Telegraph / Posted moments ago
Aldi has seen sales jump to record heights despite profits slipping by nearly a fifth as the supermarket drove investment into cutting prices and expanding its reach. The German discount grocer said annual sales in the UK and Ireland rose 13.5% to a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Urap Faces SlowdownsThe implementation of Universal Road Access Program (URAP) - designed to link r
AllAfrica.com / Posted a minute ago
The implementation of Universal Road Access Program (URAP) - designed to link rural communities with major markets, economic corridors and urban areas - despite progress on GTPI, faces slowdown over the first two years of GTPII mainly due to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Financing Projects - Exim Bank China, Chinese Government Set New ConditionsThe bank will henceforth participate in the execution, investment and managemen
AllAfrica.com / Posted a minute ago
The bank will henceforth participate in the execution, investment and management of cooperation projects it sponsors. The Export-Import (Exim) Bank of China has announced a change in financing policy of Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, FOCAC... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Panic Buying, Fuel Queues Resurface in ZimbabweFuel queues resurfaced in the Zimbabwe capital Harare on Saturday, for the firs
AllAfrica.com / Posted a minute ago
Fuel queues resurfaced in the Zimbabwe capital Harare on Saturday, for the first time in years, and there were reports of panic buying by shoppers fearing shortages. In one Harare suburb News24 visited two service stations where there was no fuel,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Sound Tax-GDP Ratio - Call of the DayEmpirical evidences show that the Ethiopian tax-to-GDP ratio is low. As it has
AllAfrica.com / Posted a minute ago
Empirical evidences show that the Ethiopian tax-to-GDP ratio is low. As it has been mentioned in the second Growth and Transformation Plan (GTPII), the share of tax revenue amounted to only 13.3 percent of the GDP, which is far below the average... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
All Eyes On Domestic Financial SourcesDespite improvements in the Ethiopia's tax-to-GDP ratio over the past years, it
AllAfrica.com / Posted a minute ago
Despite improvements in the Ethiopia's tax-to-GDP ratio over the past years, it is still below the average of most Sub-Saharan countries. The International Center for Tax and Development (ICTD) indicates that the ratio should at least stand at 15... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nigeria to Top Media Entertainment MarketNigeria will be the world's fastest-growing Entertainment & Media (E&M) industr
AllAfrica.com / Posted a minute ago
Nigeria will be the world's fastest-growing Entertainment & Media (E&M) industry between 2017- 2021. In Africa, Nigeria still tops followed by Kenya, Ghana, and Tanzania. This is according to a new report by PriceWaterCoopers (PwC), dubbed... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Mubarak Al-Fadil - I Expect Lifting of Economic SanctionsKhartoum — The Investment Minister, Mubark al-Fadil al-Mahdi, noted that he exp
AllAfrica.com / Posted a minute ago
Khartoum — The Investment Minister, Mubark al-Fadil al-Mahdi, noted that he expects the lifting of the US sanctions on Sudan because of the great support the Sudan found from the European countries and the US administration. He added in a press... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Industry Minister of State Meets Czech Deputy Foreign MinisterKhartoum — The State Minister at the Ministry of Industry, Dr. Abdu Daoud Sulie
AllAfrica.com / Posted a minute ago
Khartoum — The State Minister at the Ministry of Industry, Dr. Abdu Daoud Sulieman, has welcomed the Czech investments and investors to invest in all prospective sectors in the Sudan, such as spinning and weaving sector, the construction of power... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
A Clear Path to Horn's Economic IntegrationFollowing the formation of a Preferential Trade Area (PTA) among some Eastern a
AllAfrica.com / Posted a minute ago
Following the formation of a Preferential Trade Area (PTA) among some Eastern and Southern African countries including Ethiopia in 1981, the idea of economic integration was conceived in these regions. PTA's formation was aimed at establishing a Free... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Director of National Agency for Exports Security and Funding Lauds Role of CBKhartoum — The Director of the National Agency for the Exports Security and Fin
AllAfrica.com / Posted a minute ago
Khartoum — The Director of the National Agency for the Exports Security and Financing, Ahmed Babiker Ahmed, has lauded the role being played by the Central Bank of Sudan in the promotion and development of the exports, noting the portfolio for the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nakumatt, Tuskys Could List On NSE After MergerRegional retailer Nakumatt and its competitor Tuskys could list on the Nairobi
AllAfrica.com / Posted a minute ago
Regional retailer Nakumatt and its competitor Tuskys could list on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) if their proposed merger is approved and they successfully execute their new business strategy for at least two years. A joint media... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Presidential Spending AuditedTHE government splashed N$1,2 billion between 2013 and 2016 to, among others, u
AllAfrica.com / Posted a minute ago
THE government splashed N$1,2 billion between 2013 and 2016 to, among others, upgrade State House, improve presidential accommodation across the country and to fund secretive national intelligence projects. Updated details of these projects are... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Bank Illegally Funnels Huge Cash to Fund 'Broke Federal Govt'A massive and clearly illegal multi-source funding of the federal government by
AllAfrica.com / Posted a minute ago
A massive and clearly illegal multi-source funding of the federal government by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) could drag the Nigerian economy to its knees, experts familiar with domestic monetary conditions and current happenings at the CBN have... Read more
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Harrow Times
Many UK companies unprepared for new tax-dodging rules, law firm warnsNew tax evasion laws coming into force this week could catch UK companies unawa
Harrow Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
New tax evasion laws coming into force this week could catch UK companies unaware and put them at risk of unlimited fines, a British law firm has warned. Blake Morgan said it fears that “many” commercial and non-profit firms alike may be unprepared... Read more
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Harrow Times
Aldi sales race ahead despite profits blow from investment and price cutsAldi has seen sales jump to record heights despite profits slipping by nearly a
Harrow Times / Posted 3 minutes ago
Aldi has seen sales jump to record heights despite profits slipping by nearly a fifth as the supermarket drove investment into cutting prices and expanding its reach. The German discount grocer said annual sales in the UK and Ireland rose 13.5% to a... Read more
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Reuters
Thai budget carrier Nok Air needs to fly leaner fleetBANGKOK (Reuters) - Budget carrier, Nok Airlines Pcl (NOK.BK), part of Thai Air
Reuters / Posted 3 minutes ago
BANGKOK (Reuters) - Budget carrier, Nok Airlines Pcl (NOK.BK), part of Thai Airways’ (THAI.BK) low-cost strategy, needs to work on cutting costs and trimming its fleet size as it tries to turn around operations to reach profitability, Vice Chairman... Read more
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Reuters
Siemens likely to pick Alstom for rail merger on Tuesday“I think Alstom will make it,” one of the people said on Monday. The second per
Reuters / Posted 3 minutes ago
“I think Alstom will make it,” one of the people said on Monday. The second person said the Siemens supervisory board would decide the matter on Tuesday, also describing Alstom as the frontrunner. Siemens is expected to hold just over 50 percent of... Read more
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Reuters
AIG to restructure its business(Reuters) - American International Group Inc (AIG.N) said on Monday it would re
Reuters / Posted 3 minutes ago
(Reuters) - American International Group Inc (AIG.N) said on Monday it would reorganize into three new business units and will no longer have Commercial and Consumer businesses. Instead, AIG will have General Insurance led by Peter Zaffino, as chief... Read more
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Reuters
P&G, Peltz vie for small investor votes in biggest-ever proxy fightNEW YORK (Reuters) - The largest corporate proxy fight in history, between Proc
Reuters / Posted 3 minutes ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The largest corporate proxy fight in history, between Procter & Gamble Co (PG.N) and activist investor Nelson Peltz, may ultimately be decided by small shareholders like Tom Neubecker. The Cincinnati retiree is among the... Read more
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Reuters
Euro, bond yields drop as Germany's Merkel holds onLONDON (Reuters) - The euro and European government bond yields slipped on Mond
Reuters / Posted 3 minutes ago
LONDON (Reuters) - The euro and European government bond yields slipped on Monday after the bloc’s most powerful leader, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, won a fourth term but faced a fractured parliament as support for the far right... Read more
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Reuters
EU ends Greece's deficit procedure in positive signal to marketsBRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union states decided on Monday to close disciplin
Reuters / Posted 3 minutes ago
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union states decided on Monday to close disciplinary procedures against Greece over its excessive deficit after improvements in Greece’s fiscal position, confirming the country’s recovery is on the right track. The... Read more
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This is West Country
Many UK companies unprepared for new tax-dodging rules, law firm warnsNew tax evasion laws coming into force this week could catch UK companies unawa
This is West Country / Posted 4 minutes ago
New tax evasion laws coming into force this week could catch UK companies unaware and put them at risk of unlimited fines, a British law firm has warned. Blake Morgan said it fears that “many” commercial and non-profit firms alike may be unprepared... Read more
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This is West Country
Aldi sales race ahead despite profits blow from investment and price cutsAldi has seen sales jump to record heights despite profits slipping by nearly a
This is West Country / Posted 4 minutes ago
Aldi has seen sales jump to record heights despite profits slipping by nearly a fifth as the supermarket drove investment into cutting prices and expanding its reach. The German discount grocer said annual sales in the UK and Ireland rose 13.5% to a... Read more
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Gazette News
Many UK companies unprepared for new tax-dodging rules, law firm warnsNew tax evasion laws coming into force this week could catch UK companies unawa
Gazette News / Posted 4 minutes ago
New tax evasion laws coming into force this week could catch UK companies unaware and put them at risk of unlimited fines, a British law firm has warned. Blake Morgan said it fears that “many” commercial and non-profit firms alike may be unprepared... Read more
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Gazette News
Aldi sales race ahead despite profits blow from investment and price cutsAldi has seen sales jump to record heights despite profits slipping by nearly a
Gazette News / Posted 4 minutes ago
Aldi has seen sales jump to record heights despite profits slipping by nearly a fifth as the supermarket drove investment into cutting prices and expanding its reach. The German discount grocer said annual sales in the UK and Ireland rose 13.5% to a... Read more
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Bolton News
Many UK companies unprepared for new tax-dodging rules, law firm warnsNew tax evasion laws coming into force this week could catch UK companies unawa
Bolton News / Posted 8 minutes ago
New tax evasion laws coming into force this week could catch UK companies unaware and put them at risk of unlimited fines, a British law firm has warned. Blake Morgan said it fears that “many” commercial and non-profit firms alike may be unprepared... Read more
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Bolton News
Aldi sales race ahead despite profits blow from investment and price cutsAldi has seen sales jump to record heights despite profits slipping by nearly a
Bolton News / Posted 8 minutes ago
Aldi has seen sales jump to record heights despite profits slipping by nearly a fifth as the supermarket drove investment into cutting prices and expanding its reach. The German discount grocer said annual sales in the UK and Ireland rose 13.5% to a... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Aldi sales race ahead despite profits blow from investment and price cuts The German discount grocer said annual sales in the UK and Ireland rose 13.5%
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 minutes ago
The German discount grocer said annual sales in the UK and Ireland rose 13.5% to £8.7 billion last year, with growth accelerating into 2017. September 25 2017 Aldi sales... Read more
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