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WELLINGTON: New Zealand has projected faster economic growth and smaller deficits in its annual budget, allowing prime minister Jacinda Ardern to boost efforts to tackle inequality even as the government keeps a lid on debt.
MADRID (Reuters) - OECD chief Angel Gurria said on Thursday he expects all the necessary elements for a global accord on taxing tech giants to be ready by June or July thanks to a sharp shift in the U.S. stance on the initiative.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland will call on the United Nations International Civil Aviation Organization to conduct an impartial probe into the "forced landing" of a Ryanair jet in Minsk at a meeting of the council later on Thursday, its transport minister said.
Goldman Sachs vice chair Kathy Matsui, who coined the term "Womenomics" is putting her ideas into practice with a venture fund that aims to imbue startups with ESG values.
LONDON (Reuters) - Group of Seven (G7) rich countries backed moves to force banks and companies to disclose their exposure to climate-related risks on Saturday, a measure seen as vital to efforts to safeguard the financial system from climate change shocks.
Finance ministers from wealthy G7 nations on Saturday night (June 6) endorsed a global minimum corporate tax rate of at least 15 percent, rallying behind a US-backed plan targeting tech giants and other multinationals accused of not paying enough.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Anti-poverty campaigners on Monday criticised a deal reached by seven wealthy countries to impose a minimum tax on multinational companies, saying it would benefit rich nations at the expense of the poor.
Don’t expect Australia to join the growing ranks of countries issuing debt to fund environmental objectives any time soon.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's government, in an effort to protect the country's nascent economic recovery and avoid the type of violent unrest seen in Colombia, has softened a planned tax reform, just as a recent electoral setback seems to confirm the need for caution.