Finnish Prime Minister Juha Sipilä insisted shortening annual holidays from 38 to 30 working days, halving overtime pay rate increases, cutting Sunday work bonuses, and reducing sick leave pay—are “indispensable” to getting the economy back on track. 30,000 protesters gathered in the nation’s capital of Helsinki.
The decision by the US Federal Reserve not to raise interest rates has increased international market concerns about the health of the global economy. A broad market selloff followed around the world.
Zhang Xiangchen highlighted China’s ranking as the world’s third largest investor for three years in a row, while noting that it is the first time export and import levels are balanced.
Minister Naoto Kan said Wednesday that Japan needs to seek a nuclear-free path. It doesn’t make sense economically, and enough energy can be provided without it.” Japan has seen an increase of renewable energy since the Fukushima accident, especially from solar panels.
According to a recent Gallup poll published this week, the pharmaceutical industry is one of the most hated industries in the United States. Also topping the list are the federal government and the oil company cartels.
Main purpose behind using BOSS is to make Indian IT machinery hack-proof, it will also aid towards scaling down the country-wide use of Microsoft Windows in government offices.
The Reykjavik municipality passed the motion, which approved a boycott of Israeli goods “as long as the occupation of Palestinian territories continues. Israel’s Foreign Ministry condemned the move.
Russian President Vladimir Putin: This year, we have seen an increase in the production of dairy, meat and fish products - by 26 percent, five percent and six percent respectively. Russia is ready for cooperation in import substitution with Kazakhstan and other countries from the Eurasian Economic Union.
China has already dumped a record total $107 billion in US Treasurys in 2015 to offset what is now quite clear capital flight from the mainland, and the most aggressive attempt to keep the Renminbi stable."
Central banks around the world continually increase the supply of ultra-cheap money—the US Federal Reserve pumped out more than $4 trillion—to finance the speculation and parasitism of banks and finance houses. These measures have done nothing to alleviate the crisis. On the contrary, they have created the conditions for another disaster.
Former Fed chief Alan Greenspan: Debt, deficits and entitlement programs are all coming to a head in a few months, all over the world. European chief executive of Goldman Sachs Asset Management warns: There is too much debt and this represents a risk to economies. Bank of International Settlements (BIS) – known as the “Central Banks’ Central Bank” writes: We are not seeing isolated tremors, but the release of pressure that has gradually accumulated over the years along major fault lines
European Central banks keep demanding the return of their gold bullion from the vaults of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, reducing the gold stockpile kept under the streets of Manhattan to its lowest level in decades; US supplies rapidly becoming depleted.
The government will reduce 26 billion reais ($6.8 billion) in expenditures from next year’s budget; capping salaries of civil servants and suspending exams for new entrants. Brazil also plans to raise 28 billion reais in revenue by boosting taxes, including a levy on financial transactions.
Israeli dates grown on illegal settlements in the Jordan Valley.
Israeli wines — Israel produces over 40 million bottles of wine a year.
Pastures of Eden feta cheese found in Trader Joe’s.
Tribe hummus owned by Strauss Group and Osem, one of Israel’s largest food corporations.
The reason Petro Poroshenko is waving his fist at Russia is simple. He’s being told to, and his interest in Ukraine has been profit all along. The old world banking family that funded every war Europe has had since 1800, is also hedging bets in Ukraine. Debt works for Rothschild Inc. no matter what happens.
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