Impact, in case of?

The day Borris has taken a charge people have started assuming that the UK and EU cannot agree on the future relationship and the divorce is messy. Regardless of your position on the debate, it’s hard to deny that such a scenario would cause a degree of volatility to both the economy and the property market.  Whether this would be in the form of a recession-fuelled crash, however, … Continue reading Impact, in case of?

I think for America at first, You should think for your country : Trump’ at Davos WEF

A White House proposal on immigration will contain a path to citizenship for up to 1.8 million young people brought into the United States as children as part of a package that also includes $25 billion for a border wall and other security measures. U.S. citizens and green card holders will only be allowed to sponsor their spouses and minor children to enter the country. … Continue reading I think for America at first, You should think for your country : Trump’ at Davos WEF

World’s most oppressed countries.

Today, it is a democracy that finds itself battered and weakened. A quarter-century ago, at the end of the Cold War, it appeared that totalitarianism had at last been vanquished and liberal democracy had won the great ideological battle of the 20th century.   The Freedom in the World 2018 index by the US government-funded non-governmental organization (NGO) Freedom House has found that in its own words: … Continue reading World’s most oppressed countries.

Applied VAT on imports is costly for retailers: Post-Brexit concerns erupts

  Changes outlined in one of the many Brexit-related bills would force companies to pay the levy on goods at the point they enter the UK, rather than after they are sold. Business groups said the change would create severe problems for UK companies, including cash flow issues and additional bureaucracy. Business groups say changes will create major bureaucratic headache and cashflow problems for more … Continue reading Applied VAT on imports is costly for retailers: Post-Brexit concerns erupts

IMF has high expectations from world’s third biggest economy

The International Monetary Fund Tuesday raised its development conjecture for Japan’s economy this year and next, however, cautioned that contracting work constraints and frail expansion will be a delay the nation’s prospects. The IMF said it now expects the world’s number three economy to post 1.5 percent GDP development in 2017 and 0.7 percent one year from now, up from a July projection of 1.3 … Continue reading IMF has high expectations from world’s third biggest economy