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Ethiopia Pushes Privatization to Give Its Economy a Sugar Rush
The government needs to boost the economy to deal with dwindling exports and growing foreign debt.
Thousands Protest Over Indonesian Labor Law Overhaul Plan
Indonesian labor unions threatened to step up protests and strike against a government plan to press ahead with a reform package that includes a controversial overhaul of the nation’s job law.
Jokowi’s Zeal for Reform in Indonesia Tested by Labor Protests
Indonesian President Joko Widodo is facing a fresh wave of protests over a plan to overhaul the nation’s labor law, testing his ability to push through tough economic reforms.
Merkel Slugs It Out With State Leaders in German Coal Exit Talks
A meeting between Chancellor Angela Merkel and Germany’s coal-producing states dragged on well into the night in an attempt to accelerate the country’s phaseout of the dirty fossil fuel.
Jokowi Orders Cabinet to Ready ‘Super Priority’ Tax, Job Bills
Indonesian President Joko Widodo ordered his cabinet to finish drafting two bills to overhaul the country’s labor and tax laws, key legislation aimed at attracting foreign investors into Southeast
Kanye West teases 2024 presidential run: 'When I run for president in 2024, we would have created so many jobs I’m not going to run, I’m going to walk'
Christian rapper Kanye West teased a 2024 presidential bid during a headlining seminar on Thursday at the annual Fast Company Innovation Festival in New York City. What are the details? West discussed
Moody’s cuts India outlook to negative due to “probability of a more entrenched slowdown”
The government faces "significant constraints."
Jokowi Targets $7 Trillion Indonesia Economy With New Cabinet
Joko Widodo, Indonesia's president, recites the oath of office next to the Holy Quran during the presidential inauguration at the parliament in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Sunday, Oct. 20, 2019. Widodo was
Skeptics roast Apple for ‘absurd’ claim about Korean jobs
Some in South Korea’s tech industry say Apple is “absurd” for claiming it created 325,000 jobs in that country since 1998. The true number, industry analysts there say, is only 500. A report in The
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Job creation in India’s renewable energy industry more than halved last fiscal
Failing to provide adequate employment to a burgeoning number of young people.
S. African Pensions Seen at Risk If State Forces Investments
A plan mooted by South Africa’s ruling African National Congress to force retirement funds into investing in specific state-owned companies or government projects could leave pensioners poorer.
Italy’s Conte, in Response to EU on Debt, Calls for Rule Changes
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, seeking to avoid European Union disciplinary action over Italy’s huge debt, made a plea to revamp EU budget rules and economic governance.
Trump's Tax Cuts Could Die the Hard Way: A Little at a Time
Democratic presidential candidates like Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have talked about repealing the GOP’s tax overhaul. Yet a large-scale rollback is unlikely. Instead, two other forces could slowly
Trump Defends Trade Moves, Says Tariff Is ‘a Beautiful Word’
Self-professed “Tariff Man” President Donald Trump on Saturday defended his decisions to impose or raise levies against imports from Mexico and China, respectively, saying “companies are moving to the
Fritz Hollings, Senator Who Fought Hunger and Deficit, Dies at 97
Ernest “Fritz” Hollings, who helped smooth integration in South Carolina before spending 38 years in the U.S. Senate as an advocate for impoverished Americans and a voice for restraint in government
Newly Elected Female Democrats Celebrate Trump's 'Job Creation' Measures For Women
This is the only moment I think worth remembering in this year's State of the Union address: Donald Trump bragging about job creation for women, and Democratic women celebrating that by agreeing that
Who are the winners and losers in India’s Budget 2019?
The ruling Narendra Modi government has milked its last chance to woo voters. After losing key state elections, it was expected to introduce several populist…
Ahead of polls, India clears job and educational quotas for the economically weak
The Indian parliament, late on Wednesday night (Jan. 09), cleared the decks to extend affirmative action to economically weaker sections of the society—the first time…
Turnover Rates: McDonalds Vs The Trump White House
h/t Capper. Open thread below...
Breaking: US added 250,000 jobs in October, wage growth fastest in recovery
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