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HONG KONG, July 10 (AFP): Asian markets sank Friday as rising virus infection rates across the world put the brakes on the latest rally.
BEIJING, July 10 (Bloomberg): China has started tracking down some of its citizens living abroad to collect taxes, surprising expatriates who never had to pay levies back home on overseas income, according to people familiar with the matter.
The United States plans to announce further details in the long-running battle with France over taxes on technology giants including Amazon.com Inc, Alphabet Inc’s Google and Facebook Inc.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN): The franchise renewal bid of media giant ABS-CBN was denied Friday (July 10) by the House of Representatives Committee on Legislative Franchises after a series of hearings.
MANILA (Philippines Daily Inquirer/ANN): President Rodrigo Duterte does not have the power to proscribe or designate groups as terrorist organisations, the main proponent of the Anti-Terrorism Act said on Thursday (July 9).
At the behest of the US government, German authorities have seized a computer server that hosted a huge cache of files from scores of US federal, state and local law enforcement agencies obtained in a Houston data breach last month.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts drew on over 200 years of legal precedent to conclude on Thursday that a New York prosecutor can obtain U.S. President Donald Trump's financial records.
LONDON/BERLIN/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - If Donald Trump loses in November, it's no secret that most European policymakers will be happy to see his back. But as they envision the possibility of a post-Trump future, many are wondering how quickly the trans-Atlantic alliance can be fixed.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats vowed to keep up their fight to get access to President Donald Trump's finances after the U.S. Supreme Court denied their request to see them as it ruled they must be shared with a New York criminal investigation.
PARIS: Even before this year’s market crash, the wealth-management industry’s richest clients were frustrated about fees.