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UPDATE 1-Abu Dhabi aims to lure start-ups with investment in new technology hub

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UPDATE 1-Erdogan says will discuss case of ex-Turkish minister with Trump during visit

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Give us some clarity on Brexit, French minister Griveaux tells UK

LONDON, Sept 13 (Reuters) - The British government needs to provide more clarity (...)

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Capacity cuts in China fuel a commodity rally and a debate

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UPDATE 4-Trump touts tax reform, tells Congress to deliver

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The gap between India’s richer and poorer states is widening

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UPDATE 1-Austrian IPO candidate Novomatic reports earnings drop

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Lending to UK consumers cools as economic confidence ebbs

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UPDATE 1-Danish government seeks cuts in capital gains tax, faces opposition

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UPDATE 1-Lending to UK consumers cools as economic confidence ebbs

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Trump hits road to tout tax reform as helping workers

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Recruiter InterQuest warns on fees as Brexit hits financial services unit

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Sri Lankan shares fall for third straight day; blue chips drag

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China modernises its monetary policy

QIN SHIHUANG was the emperor who first unified China, through bloody conquest (...)

A firm that shares a name with its founder earns higher profits

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China stocks rise after promise to widen role for foreign investors

SHANGHAI, Aug 17 (Reuters) - Industrial and materials stocks lifted China (...)

SE Asia Stocks-Singapore hits 1-month low as financials drag

By Urvashi Goenka Aug 16 (Reuters) - Singapore shares hit a one-month (...)

Australia shares rebound as banks rally; NZ climbs

Aug 14 (Reuters) - Australian shares recovered on Monday, with financials (...)

Research points to a new explanation of “Dutch disease”

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Investors are not great at predicting politics

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Year-end wave of Treasury debt issuance may tighten monetary conditions

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Brexit-wary Bank of England leaves rates on hold, cuts growth forecast

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CORRECTED-(OFFICIAL)-U.S. taxable bond funds attract $1.8 bln in week -Lipper

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Bank of England leaves rates on hold, cuts growth forecast, still hints at 2018 rise

LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England kept interest rates at a record low (...)

Hot and cold: Euro zone grows but inflation slows

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Data in the coming week should confirm the euro zone (...)

The world’s largest online-travel company

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America’s uncompetitive markets harm its economy

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Tech stocks have regained their dotcom-era highs

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UK commissions EU migration impact study, promises no Brexit cliff-edge

LONDON, July 27 (Reuters) - Britain commissioned an independent study on Thursday (...)

IMF downgrades UK and US growth forecasts

Lower activity in the first quarter of 2017 suggests both will underperform (...)

An overhaul of Brazilian labour law should spur job creation

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UPDATE 3-After healthcare failure, Republicans face similar divisions on tax reform

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Average price of UK motor insurance hits record high in Q2 - ABI

July 18 (Reuters) - The average price of UK motor insurance hit a record high (...)

India raises tax on cigarettes

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Hong Kong stocks end at new 2-year peak on robust China economy, inflows

July 17 (Reuters) - Hong Kong stocks rose for the sixth straight day on Monday, (...)

Overseas landlords shun the UK, as tax changes bite

Only 5% of UK homes are owned by foreign investors - compared to 12% in 2010 (...)

New Senate healthcare plan keeps Obamacare-era taxes on wealthy -Senate source

WASHINGTON, July 13 (Reuters) - The revised U.S. Senate healthcare plan will (...)

SE Asia Stocks-Most up on cautious Fed; Philippines gives up gains

By Chris Thomas July 13 (Reuters) - Most Southeast Asian stock markets (...)

UPDATE 1-Swiss, French to resume tax data exchange after resolving concerns

ZURICH, July 12 (Reuters) - Switzerland and France have smoothed over concerns (...)

Swiss, French to resume tax data exchange after resolving concerns

ZURICH, July 12 (Reuters) - Switzerland and France have smoothed over concerns (...)

Taylor Review: UK should end cash in hand economy

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The EU proposes pan-European pension products

THE story of the European Union is in part that of the steady accretion of (...)

UPDATE 1-Dutch inquiry calls for overhaul of trust office industry

AMSTERDAM, July 5 (Reuters) - Many trust offices based in the Netherlands (...)

Dutch inquiry calls for overhaul of trust office industry

AMSTERDAM, July 5 (Reuters) - Many trust offices based in the Netherlands (...)

Podcast: Vorsprung durch Angst

Germany is admired for a stable economy and holding on to blue-collar jobs (...)

India GST: Sweeping tax reform introduced

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UPDATE 4-South Africa says may need seek outside help to get economy going

* ANC policy meeting to lay ground for Zuma succession (Adds Zuma no-confidence (...)

UPDATE 1-Danish businesses face labour shortage as economy picks up

COPENHAGEN, June 30 (Reuters) - The Danish economy performed better than expected (...)

Pakistan’s old economic vulnerabilities persist

THE IMF, claims Pakistan’s government, is surplus to requirements. Ministers (...)

How to Trump-proof your company

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The complicated failure of two Italian lenders

BANKS sicken slowly but die fast. For years Banca Popolare di Vicenza and (...)

China needs to strike balance between deleveraging and support for some sectors - IMF

DALIAN, China, June 29 (Reuters) - China needs to strike a balance between (...)

UPDATE 5-U.S. Senate Republicans struggle to salvage healthcare effort

* Trump spurns Schumer proposal for meeting of all senators (Adds Rounds and (...)

Tax software blamed for cyber-attack spread

Was the cyber-attack that hit countries around the world sourced in malware-laden (...)

Why the falling oil price isn’t hurting markets

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Why falling oil isn't hurting markets

INVESTORS could easily get confused about the impact of oil prices rises on (...)

Barclays and four former executives are charged with fraud

IN 2008, as banks cracked on both sides of the Atlantic, Britain’s government (...)

The Federal Reserve risks truncating a recovery with room to run

WHEN it comes to inflation, the Federal Reserve sometimes resembles a child (...)

UPDATE 2- Call to change South African central bank mandate dubbed "very serious risk"

* S.Africa gripped by political turmoil, economy in recession (Adds finance (...)

Mark Carney says time not right for interest rate rise

Wage growth is falling and the impact of Brexit on the economy is unclear, (...)

Czech Social Democrats pledge to cut tax for workers, tighten control of big business

* Social Democrats promise tax cuts for workers, other incentives

What history says about inequality and technology

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The perils of nationalisation

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Tanzania’s firebrand leader takes on its largest gold miner

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Corporate Europe is giddy with optimism

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Australia risks housing correction with foreign buyer tax hike

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UPDATE 1-World Bank approves $500 mln grant package for Afghanistan projects

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Investors in the Japanese conglomerate seek a total of $1bn in compensation (...)

Podcast: Super Mario to the rescue

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Bangladesh worries about falling remittances

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Election 2017: What now for your finances?

What a hung Parliament means for your finances.

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Banco Popular fails and is bought by Santander

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J.P. Morgan scales back U.S. tax cut forecast, pushes out timing

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OECD predicts fastest global growth in six years

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In Donald Trump’s America, the left rethinks its economics

DEMOCRATS thought they knew the boundaries of acceptable economic discourse. (...)

Taiwan’s economy has defied the pessimists

Tsai takes the flakTAIWAN’S president, Tsai Ing-wen, has had a tough first (...)

Global monetary policy is not tightening as expected

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Sweden’s economy is thriving, so why is monetary policy so loose?

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Eastern Bank: a 199-year-old lender becomes a tech pioneer

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The super-rich are different: they pay less tax

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Noble Group, a big Asian commodities trader, is teetering

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How becoming a Hong Kong pensioner can save you tax

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To forecast share returns, count buy-backs as well as dividends

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Donald Trump’s budget ignores what is ailing American workers

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With new sheriff in town, S.Korea big businesses duck for cover

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Greek economy sinks back into recession

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India needs to curb a borrowing spree by its state governments

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CORRECTED-Australia banks could make customers pay for surprise tax -analysts

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Macronomics

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LONDON (Reuters) - British house price growth remains at its weakest level (...)

General election 2017: Labour rules out tax rises for 95% of earners

VAT and employee national insurance rises are ruled out but those on over (...)

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TEN years ago this month investors were pretty confident. True, there were (...)

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Bill Ackman: Donald Trump will be good for US economy

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Protecting American steel from imports makes no sense

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Olympus scandal: Former bosses to pay $529m over fraud

A Tokyo court rules six men must compensate the Japanese firm and its shareholders (...)

Steven Mnuchin gets started on tax reform but there is more to do

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Reducing rates for “pass-through” businesses will be tough to justify

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The markets are uninspired by the Trump tax plan

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America’s big banks have an encouraging first quarter

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The IMF nudges up its forecast for global growth

APRIL is the cruellest month, breeding lilacs out of the dead land, and, in (...)

Facing the future

They may threaten the human workforce, but they are crucial to the modern (...)

Why the Federal Reserve should keep its balance-sheet large

HOW much money should exist? The Federal Reserve must soon confront this deep (...)

The mysterious quiescence of the gold market

AMERICA has bombed Syria, and its relations with Russia have deteriorated. (...)

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SOMETIMES the markets are genuinely surprised. On the morning of April 18th, (...)

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The coffee giant blames a slowing economy and the effect of the Brexit vote (...)

Portugal Fiscal Expenditure

Fiscal expenditure in Portugal amounted to EUR 50.36 billion in 2016. Fiscal (...)

Portugal GDP Growth Rate

The Portuguese economy advanced 0.6 percent on quarter in the last three months (...)

Portugal GDP Annual Growth Rate

The Portuguese economy expanded 2 percent year-on-year in the last quarter (...)

Portugal Government Budget

The Portuguese government reported a EUR 3.8 billion deficit in 2016, equivalent (...)

Portugal Government Revenues

Government Revenues in Portugal decreased to 3081 EUR Million in January from (...)

Portugal Government Spending

Government Spending in Portugal increased to 8385.70 EUR Million in the fourth (...)

Portugal Social Security Rate

The Social Security Rate in Portugal stands at 34.75 percent. Social Security (...)

Portugal Economic Activity YoY

Portuguese economic activity expanded 1.2 percent year-on-year in January (...)

Portugal Personal Income Tax Rate

The Personal Income Tax Rate in Portugal stands at 56.50 percent. Personal (...)

Portugal Retail Sales MoM

Retail Sales in Portugal increased 3.10 percent in February of 2017 over the (...)

Portugal Industrial Production MoM

Industrial Production in Portugal decreased 0.70 percent in February of 2017 (...)

Portugal Sales Tax Rate | VAT

The Sales Tax Rate in Portugal stands at 23 percent. Sales Tax Rate in Portugal (...)

Portugal Corporate Tax Rate

The Corporate Tax Rate in Portugal stands at 21 percent. Corporate Tax Rate (...)

How Chávez and Maduro have impoverished Venezuela

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Environment: a source of future economic growth in Portugal

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Taxing Wages: Country note for Portugal

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The tax burden in Portugal declined by 0.1 percentage points from 34.5% to (...)

Environmental taxes: Key findings for Portugal LINK

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