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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's healthcare law could sharply exceed its cost-savings targets and add up to $530 billion to the federal budget deficit, a leading authority on U.S. government benefit programs said on Tuesday.
SINGAPORE: Singapore's anti-corruption watchdog said it is reviewing the country's primary anti-graft law. The review is taking place in the wake of high-profile revelations of criminal wrongdoing at companies though a spokeswoman for the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) said the move was "not connected" to those events.
KUALA LUMPUR: Competition agencies should be assertive in pursuing the enforcement of the competition law to ensure that the public’s and consumer’s welfare are well-protected.
NEW YORK: A federal judge has endorsed a broad interpretation of a savings-and-loan era law that the Justice Department is trying to use in cases against Wall Street banks.
Beginning today, China's new enterprise income tax law comes into effect, sweeping away a host of preferences and tax holidays for foreign-invested and foreign enterprises in the country and treating them equally with domestic enterprises.
NEW YORK/BANGALORE (Reuters): The crippled law firm Dewey & Leboeuf LLP filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday night and will seek approval to liquidate its business after failing to find a merger partner, marking the biggest collapse of a law firm in U.S. history.
WASHINGTON: Congress should limit Wall Street's controversial role in commodity markets, and rewrite a law that gives banks broad leeway to own oil, metals and other raw materials, a senior U.S. regulator said on Friday.