• BBC World News - HARDtalk, Raghuram Rajan -

    2020-5-29  Stephen Sackur speaks to the former Governor of India's Reserve Bank Raghuram Rajan. What should be done to combat the recession brought about by

  • Covid-19’s Toll Will Rewrite Latin America’s Future

    2020-7-3  Although governments have used social spending to mitigate the impact of Covid-19, it often has fallen short. And whether the region’s patchy democracies can bear the social strain is an open ...

  • Government's Crushing Debt: Not Just Tomorrow's

    2020-4-17  DC Government’s Crushing Debt: Not Just Tomorrow’s Problem. The $20 trillion figure nobody seems to be worried about is costing our country dearly.

  • Now is not the time to worry about the UK debt

    That means governments can live with higher levels of debt than was previously thought — even if it does not mean they can neglect the need for prudence altogether. Timing is everything.

  • Europe's governments, banks perilously entwined -

    Many of Europe’s debt-stricken countries are now caught up in a dangerous cycle. Cash-starved governments are being heavily financed by their nations’ banks through massive bond purchases.

  • 'Catastrophic' debt, unemployment predicted in

    2020-6-20  Major debt increase The debt had already gone from 36.8 billion euros at the end of 2019 to 42.6 billion euros by 23 April, at the height of the lockdown period, in place since mid-March.

  • Inside The $2.5 Trillion Debt Binge That Took Titans

    3 小时前  In 2010, the company carried just 38 cents in net debt per dollar of annual sales, but by the time Easterbrook was fired in late 2019 amid news of a workplace affair, it had $1.58 in net debt per ...

  • Coronavirus: How much will it cost the UK? - BBC News

    1 天前  Coronavirus has brought large parts of the economy to a standstill, and the government has had to spend billions to support workers, businesses and the NHS. On Wednesday, Chancellor Rishi Sunak ...

  • Morning Brief: $1,200,000,000,000 in debt - iPolitics

    今天  Today’s Morning Brief is brought to you by iPoliticsINTEL, Timely reports of parliamentary committee proceedings delivered directly to your inbox. Learn more. Welcome. It’s Thursday. $1.2 Trillion. That’s what the government predict’s the country’s debt will be in less than a year. The eye ...

  • Household debt will be the biggest drag on economic

    Australia’s economic miracle was underpinned by the rise of China, but fuelled by the cycle of household debt, higher house and other asset prices, and even higher household debt.

  • Greek Debt Crisis: Summary, Causes, Timeline, Outlook

    Eurozone governments owned 52.9 billion euros. That's in addition to the 131 billion euros owned by the EFSF, essentially also eurozone governments. Germany owned the most debt, but it was a tiny percentage of its GDP. Much of the debt doesn't come due until 2020 or later. Smaller countries faced a more serious situation.

  • 【Native Speaker每日训练计划】No.2766 经管 - GMAT阅读专区

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  • Why does the Indian state seem determined to push

    It depends on your perspective of what businesses should do , what the governments ought to do, what the courts should rule on , what the legislators should legislate on etc etc. If a condition of contract for selling spectrum to the telecom secto...

  • America’s Long-Term Debt Crisis Is Now a Short-Term ...

    2020-6-20  Debt and Deficits. America's Long-Term Debt Crisis Is Now a Short-Term Problem Even in a healthy economy, rising debt and deficits posed challenges.

  • What caused Europe's debt crisis, anyway?

    2012-10-29  In a nutshell, the European sovereign debt crisis is the result of three separate but interrelated plots: crushing levels of government debt in some

  • Caribbean Partnerships for Economic Justice and ...

    2020-7-4  By dissecting global structures and frameworks, especially the Sustainable Development Goals, this convening gave space for participants to reimagine development paradigms on Caribbean terms and build a transformative, “people-centered” agenda. Co-convened by the Institute for Gender and Development Studies (IGDS): Nita Barrow Unit at University of West Indies (UWI) at Cave Hill,

  • The high economic and social costs of student loan debt

    The numbers are staggering: more than $1.2 trillion in outstanding student loan debt, 40 million borrowers, an average balance of $29,000. It's not hard to find indications that student debt is a ...

  • Thirteen American Cities Going Broke – 24/7 Wall St.

    A speculative-grade rating for a local government means, at best, its debt is risky and, at worst, it could end in default. 24/7 Wall St. looked at 13 of the riskiest local governments that may be ...

  • Shays' Rebellion [ushistory.org]

    Shays' Rebellion was the first major armed rebellion in the post-Revolution United States. In 1786, debt-ridden Massachusetts farmers under the leadership of Daniel Shays began closing courts and releasing debtors from prison. The rebellion was soon crushed by organized military action by the state of Massachusetts, but illustrated some serious problems in the flegling republic.

  • Trump says coronavirus a 'very bad gift from China':

    Alleviating crushing debt cannot be limited to the Least Developed Countries," he told a UN meeting on how to handle the pandemic's economic fallout. 13:15 GMT - PM Johnson to set out UK's next ...

  • The History of U.S. Government Spending, Revenue,

    What is a crushing amount of debt in 1945 becomes a quite moderate amount of debt in 1975 because 100 billion dollars just isn’t what it used to be. The lesson of this history is that we don’t need to have a surplus to reduce the deficit/GDP, we just have to keep the deficit small enough (preferably zero in years when the economy is doing ...

  • The coming economic crash caused by world debt

    2018 update - I actually first wrote this article about world debt back in 2000 and I have been updating the figures and inserting new information along the way. Since I wrote the article, world governments have taken unforeseen criminal actions to push off the inevitable world debt crash.

  • A Crushing Mountain of Debt

    With another Christmas shopping season ended, many people find themselves entering 2007 with the daunting prospect of digging out from under a pile of consumer debt brought on by frenzied buying. Once again, their December binge has turned into a throbbing January hangover!

  • July 11 - Action - The People's Party

    Debt payments must be suspended at least until there is a vaccine and the pandemic and economic crisis are brought to an end. If Wall Street gets the biggest bailout in American history. If billionaires get to rake in hundreds of billions in new wealth.

  • 2018年政府工作报告(双语全文) - Chinadaily.cn

    2018-3-22  We have strengthened management over local government debt, and issued local government bonds to replace outstanding debt, cutting interest liability by 1.2 trillion yuan. We have adjusted the structure of government expenditure, put idle funds to work, and ensured the spending for undertaking major projects and meeting basic public needs.

  • The Elusive Economic Recovery Britannica

    1991-12-9  Many observers believed that Europe had been brought low by an instinct to do good and that the gold-plated social-welfare systems that many European countries inaugurated in the 19th century were simply unaffordable. New debt piled onto old debt, driving interest rates on government bonds to levels that governments could not afford.

  • There’s been a 23,000 percent jump in fireworks

    2020-7-2  You may have noticed that fireworks are going off in your neighborhood more than ever. Whether the sudden abundance of bombs bursting in air can be traced to canceled July 4th celebrations, societal unrest, or simply months of lockdown boredom, cities, such as New York, Boston, and Charlotte are seeing jumps in pyrotechnics complaints so large they look like typos.

  • An Idiot’s Guide to the Greek Debt Crisis - ABC News

    The prospect of those defaults in other debt-ridden countries (see above) could cause a run on the banks. Even more money would leave the market. And when money leaves the market, demand drops.

  • Torture and Testicle Crushing at Nuremberg –

    Lasha Darkmoon. Dr Lasha Darkmoon (b.1978) is an Anglo-American ex-academic with higher degrees in Classics whose political articles and poems have been translated into several languages. Most of her political essays can be found at The Occidental Observer and The TruthSeeker.Her own website, Darkmoon.me, is now within the top 1 percent of websites in the world according to the Alexa ranking ...

  • Pope criticizes tax havens, crushing debt burdens

    2020-6-9  Pope criticizes tax havens, crushing debt burdens Details ... The meeting brought high-level representatives from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, as well as economic experts and government ministers of finance. ... Recognizing their role in advising world governments and budgets, he asked that they remind leaders of their ...

  • Torture and Testicle Crushing at Nuremberg –

    Lasha Darkmoon. Dr Lasha Darkmoon (b.1978) is an Anglo-American ex-academic with higher degrees in Classics whose political articles and poems have been translated into several languages. Most of her political essays can be found at The Occidental Observer and The TruthSeeker.Her own website, Darkmoon.me, is now within the top 1 percent of websites in the world according to the Alexa ranking ...

  • Pope criticizes tax havens, crushing debt burdens

    2020-6-9  Pope criticizes tax havens, crushing debt burdens Details ... The meeting brought high-level representatives from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, as well as economic experts and government ministers of finance. ... Recognizing their role in advising world governments and budgets, he asked that they remind leaders of their ...

  • The Muni-Bond Debt Bomb: . . . and how to dismantle

    One feature of muni debt that helps the pols is the sheer complexity of governments’ relationship with the independent authorities. Back in 1990, New York State faced a deep budget crisis, but Governor Mario Cuomo didn’t want to borrow money to fund day-to-day spending—a fiscal no-no.

  • CMD Files IRS Complaint Against Fair Lines America ...

    2020-7-3  Tax records show that in 2018, Fair Lines America Foundation brought in less than $50,000 in revenue. However, research from CMD revealed that Fair Lines America Foundation received a $225,000 gift in 2018 through DonorsTrust , the preferred donor conduit of Charles Koch's right-wing political network, and $12,000 from the Legacy Foundation .

  • How the Bretton Woods System Changed the World

    The roughly three decades that coincided with the monetary arrangements of the Bretton Woods system is often thought of as a time of relative stability, order, and discipline. Yet considering that ...

  • Is the United States on the Brink of Another Civil War ...

    At the same time, a record number of businesses have filed for bankruptcy as cities, municipalities and states collapse under crushing debt and falling tax revenues. Pouring gasoline on these woes is a President who has proven to be unfit to lead and unable to put the interests of a desperately sick nation before the interests of himself.

  • English, Italian football back in June: Live coronavirus ...

    Alleviating crushing debt cannot be limited to the Least Developed Countries," he told a UN meeting on how to handle the pandemic's economic fallout. 13:15 GMT - PM Johnson to set out UK's next ...

  • Greyerz – Crushing Debt Will Usher In A Global

    Even the $43 trillion US debt in 2106 could be conservative. Higher deficits and higher interest rates, both being likely, could multiply the $43 trillion many, many times. I am sure that no one expected in 1981, when Reagan started with a $900 billion debt, that the US debt would have gone up 23x to

  • China's Huge Debt Bubble - Page 3 - Politics

    2014-1-27  xizhimen wrote:Financial experts differ greatly on those issues,so let's agree to disagree, this is surely a problem which haunts many big economies,all governments around the world are seriously dealing with this issue ,let's wait and see how it will play out in the future. Well, people who are defending China's record here, frequently invoke the fact that situations which vaguely resemble ...

  • The Difficult Path to State Bankruptcy Mercatus Center

    2020-6-11  A growing number of state governors are voicing concern about the damage inflicted on their states’ budgets—on both the revenue and the expenditure sides—by the COVID-19 pandemic. To allay these concerns, the $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides $150 billion to state and local governments, a $30 billion education fund, a $45 billion disaster ...