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Greeks riled by Lagarde's 'tax-dodging' comments

Political parties in Greece have criticised IMF head Christine Lagarde for suggesting that Greeks were avoiding paying taxes. Socialist leader Evangelos Venizelos accused Ms Lagarde of “insulting the Greek people”. Left-wing leader Alexis Tsipras insisted: “Greek workers pay their taxes,

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Greeks riled by Lagarde’s ‘tax-dodging’ comments

Political parties in Greece have criticised IMF head Christine Lagarde for suggesting that Greeks were avoiding paying taxes. Socialist leader Evangelos Venizelos accused Ms Lagarde of “insulting the Greek people”. Left-wing leader Alexis Tsipras insisted: “Greek workers pay their taxes,

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Bollywood last alternative to Hollywood: Director Dibakar Banerjee

New Delhi, May 26 (IANS) Hollywood may have wiped out the “whole world’s indigenous film industry” but Bollywood has held up, giving room to talent from all over the globe, says Dibakar Banerjee, the maker of acclaimed films such as

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Corruption and Insecurity Cause Factories to Shutdown in Herat

130 factories are shut down in the industrial city of Herat due to bureaucratic processing through the government , lack of electricity, water and security. According to Hamidullah Khadim, Head of Industries Union, 180 factories are actively working in Herat

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Japan consumer prices rise spurred by higher fuel costs

Japan’s consumer prices rose in April, spurred by rising fuel costs, but growth remained below the central bank’s target, official data has shown. Prices rose by 0.2% from a year earlier, as fuel and energy costs jumped 4.7%. Energy costs

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Program to Facilitate Government Service Delivery to Afghans

The Ministry of Finance (MOF) and the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC) launched a $350 million Capacity Building for Results (CBR) program on 22nd May 2012 in Marmarin palace, financed by the multi-donor Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund

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Facebook's IPO Is Great for Start-ups

The biggest tech public offering in history is big news to the start-up world. Here’s why its a win for innovation, user-experience, and the little guys. While everyone is talking about Facebook’s IPO and the future of the company as

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Facebook’s IPO Is Great for Start-ups

The biggest tech public offering in history is big news to the start-up world. Here’s why its a win for innovation, user-experience, and the little guys. While everyone is talking about Facebook’s IPO and the future of the company as

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The Only Way to Become a Business Rock Star

Natural talent only takes you so far. This is what carries you the rest of the way. Some business people are like rock stars: Richard, Warren, Bill, the late Steve—all rock stars. Why are they like rock stars? Even without

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Low-Value Notes are Valid- Confirms the Central Bank

Da Afghanistan Bank, the Central Bank of Afghanistan, rejected rumors of low-denomination banknotes declared as invalid by the Bank. Rumors had it that the Central Bank has declared small-valued notes as invalid due to which phone card vendors and some

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