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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Conservative government needs to take measures now to help those most effected by a worsening cost-of-living crunch, former party leader and senior lawmaker Iain Duncan Smith said on Saturday.
PASIR PUTEH: Only padi farmers registered with the Agriculture Department will receive the monthly assistance of RM200 for six months while waiting for their harvests, said Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry II, Datuk Dr Nik Muhammad Zawawi Salleh.
Hong Kong’s civil servants are in line for record pay rise. Is it time to revamp how salary increases are determined?
Human resources experts and bosses of small businesses have called for a revamp of the method used to determine pay rises for Hong Kong’s 180,000 civil servants after a generous increase of up to 7.26 per cent recommended for this year raised eyebrows.
LONDON, May 20 (Xinhua) -- Market research company GfK said on Friday that its Consumer Confidence Index for Britain in May dropped to its lowest level since records began in 1974 amid the country's raging cost-of-living crisis.
PARIS (Reuters) -Emmanuel Macron retained his finance and interior ministers while appointing only the second woman to head France's foreign ministry, as the president reshuffled his cabinet ahead of parliamentary elections next month.
SYDNEY (Reuters) -Prime Minister Scott Morrison crisscrossed Australia in a final day of campaigning, insisting he could still win Saturday's election despite polls pointing to a change of government or hung parliament.
LONDON: Pessimism weighing on Britain's households has hit unprecedented levels as the cost-of-living crisis pushed confidence in the economic outlook to its joint lowest, a survey showed.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Incumbent Progressive Conservative Doug Ford is leading the race to win a second term as Ontario premier with promises of tax relief at the gas pump amid soaring inflation and fixing clogged highways in Canada's biggest city, Toronto.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Whichever party takes the reins of power at Australia's election on Saturday faces an economic road pitted with pot holes, from runaway inflation to rising interest rates, ballooning debt and an over-heated housing market.