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Campaigners say repayments have doubled since 2010, leading to public spending cuts
Debt repayments by the world’s poorest countries have doubled since 2010 to reach their highest level since just before the internationally organised write-off in 2005, campaigners have warned.
The Jubilee Debt Campaign (JDC) said a borrowing spree when global interest rates were low had left many developing nations facing repayments bills that were forcing them into public spending cuts.
Companies say they are stocking up on materials to guard against supply-chain risks
Facing a rapidly ageing population, the country’s difficulty in passing reforms highlights the hurdles ahead
Post-crisis lesson is that only fiscal stimulus can provide an effective remedy
Dispute with US reshapes commercial landscape of region, ADB report finds
Maxwell House Coffee has been as much a part of the Passover Holiday for many U.S. Jews as matzah and sweet wine thanks to its Haggadahs.
A government teacher from Richland, Washington, got a taste of Reddit fame after a former student shared a photo of him reading a magazine with a photoshopped cover with his face on it.