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Crypto assault: China’s widening bitcoin crackdown

Crypto assault: China’s widening bitcoin crackdown

China has long expressed displeasure with the anonymity provided by bitcoin and other crypto tokens.

Biden’s antitrust revolutionaries

Biden’s antitrust revolutionaries

With the prominent anti-monopoly advocate Lina Khan having been appointed the new chair of the Federal Trade Commission, it is a good time to consider what influence the so-called New Brandeisians will have on US antitrust law.

The tide is turning in Red Bull’s favour

The tide is turning in Red Bull’s favour

Red Bull went into Sunday’s French Grand Prix thinking they could win anywhere if they beat Mercedes at Le Castellet, and Max Verstappen’s victory has lifted the Formula One title battle to another level.

Why using IoT to digitise your fleet can drive your business forward

Why using IoT to digitise your fleet can drive your business forward

Post-Covid, savvy business owners are looking for long-term security and to leverage new market opportunities via technologies such as the IoT

Recovery in the US economy signals Fed rate hikes ahead

Recovery in the US economy signals Fed rate hikes ahead

The Federal Reserve on June 16 held interest rates at near-zero but optimism over the progression of the US economic recovery spurred more Fed officials to project at least one rate hike by the end of 2023.

Pelosi’s peril: House speaker navigates Democratic divisions

Pelosi’s peril: House speaker navigates Democratic divisions

For years Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the US House of Representatives, was the most powerful woman in American politics, Congress’s top Democrat squaring off against pugilist Republican president Donald Trump.

Observing the ‘green swans’

Observing the ‘green swans’

The statistician Nassim Nicholas Taleb coined the term “black swan” to describe improbable, hard-to-predict events that can have a massive impact on the economy.

A study on the economic impact of PSG

A study on the economic impact of PSG

Ten years after the club was bought by Qatar Sport Investment, Paris Saint-Germain is unveiling the results of an impact study carried out by the Centre of Sport Law and Economy (Centre de Droit et d’Economie du Sport or CDES) in Limoges.

Global tax deal for the rich

Global tax deal for the rich

Historic, game-changing, revolutionary: such has been the widespread reaction to the recent agreement by G7 finance ministers on a global minimum effective tax rate of “at least” 15% for large multinational firms.

Recycling cotton can save Bangla garment industry $500mn a year

Recycling cotton can save Bangla garment industry $500mn a year

Bangladesh’s garment industry, the world’s second-largest exporter of clothes, could reduce its annual spending by half a billion dollars if it recycled cotton waste from its factories and fabric mills, according to circular economy group.

FM affirms unified Arab position on the Renaissance Dam crisis

FM affirms unified Arab position on the Renaissance Dam crisis

HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani has affirmed a unified Arab position regarding the Renaissance Dam crisis,

A digital bridge to social support

A digital bridge to social support

For all its devastation, the Covid-19 crisis does have a silver lining: it has shone a spotlight on important policy lapses – beginning with the lack of social protection for the world’s two billion informal workers. But addressing this failure will require more than social programmes; it will also

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