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Miguel Bosé faces the Treasury again: his lawsuit with the Treasury after trying to pay less personal income tax
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Miguel Bosé faces the Treasury again: his lawsuit with the Treasury after trying to pay less personal income tax

Miguel Bosé is once again under the media gaze for his legal problems with the TreasuryAccording to El País, the Superior Court of Justice has rejected the singer's appeal and has endorsed two settlement agreements proposed by the InspectionThe Administration considers that the artist used "a network of companies" to reduce his tax bill and pay lessMiguel Bosé He makes headlines again and is at the center of controversy over his legal problems. The Treasury has resumed the inspections and open sanctions against the singer as reported exclusively by El País. Despite the fact that he managed to get out of the dreaded list of defaulters a couple of years ago, after he paid part of his debt, the problems with the treasury have not stopped. The Superior Court of Justice of Madrid has rejecte...
In proclamation K there are 3 points that in Casa Rosada they see impossible to fulfill
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In proclamation K there are 3 points that in Casa Rosada they see impossible to fulfill

This morning a large group of politicians, trade unionists, businessmen, actors and journalists, identified with the harshest Kirchnerism, published a document, under the title la "Proclamation of May 25", that had as objective pressure President Alberto Fernández to make the decision to suspend the payment of the debt to the IMF. The document was promoted by former judge Raúl Zaffaroni and by the national deputy Fernanda Vallejos. Both leaders are very close to Vice President Cristina Kirchner. The proclamation had a clear K stamp and a marked objective: to condition the decision of the Head of State and his Minister of Economy, Martín Guzmán. In the Government they took as "a natural fact" the ...
Citizen raffled off his car to pay debt of more than S / 220 thousand for the treatment of his father-in-law with COVID-19 |  VIDEO
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Citizen raffled off his car to pay debt of more than S / 220 thousand for the treatment of his father-in-law with COVID-19 | VIDEO

Citizen José Luis Espinoza Domínguez decided to raffle his car in order to obtain money and thus pay the expenses of the coronavirus treatment (COVID-19) of his father-in-law, Pablo Laura Yáñez (71), who remains hospitalized in a recovery clinic after spending 21 days in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). “We decided, due to the lack of money, (to avoid the car because) there was no where. I received help from all friends, families "He said in statements to América Noticias.LOOK HERE | Coronavirus in Peru: The hard and silent battle that children suffer against COVID-19According to the morning, two weeks ago, nine of the 14 members who reside in the same house got COVID-19. “Most of us have come out (of the coronavirus), but my husband did not recover ", told Carmen Vásquez de Laura, Pablo La...
Argentina is a financial debtor but an environmental creditor
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Argentina is a financial debtor but an environmental creditor

From New YorkIn the call Climate Leaders Summit, a virtual conference organized by the White House with the participation of 40 world leaders, President Alberto Fernandez proposed to promote a series of actions, at different levels, to face global climate change.Among several measures, the President proposed that countries receive payments "for ecosystem services" and also to incorporate into the mechanics of international financial organizations the "Debt swaps for climate action". Fernández's proposals go in the right direction, but you can go for much more. The challenge now is for his proposal to be clearly understood: in global environmental policy circles, what has been interpreted from Alberto Fernández's speech is that, even wanting to denounce the perverse operation of the debt l...
Bizarre dispute: Erdogan forbids Turks to ask for a certain number
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Bizarre dispute: Erdogan forbids Turks to ask for a certain number

Ankara - The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has sharply criticized an opposition campaign to keep the foreign exchange reserves of the country's central bank.Turks ask for $ 128 billionProtests are bannedErdogan provides an explanationThe campaign was "a lie and wrong from beginning to end," said Erdogan on Wednesday (April 21) at a group meeting in parliament in Ankara.He accused the opposition of a lack of economic understanding and deliberate deception.Ex-finance minister married to Erdogan's daughterThe largest opposition party, the CHP, accuses the government of disappearing during the tenure of its then finance minister, Berat Albayrak, who is married to Erdogan's subsidiary Esra, of $ 128 billion in central bank foreign exchange reserves.The campaign has been receiving gr...
World Bank, IMF consider linking debt relief to climate efforts
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World Bank, IMF consider linking debt relief to climate efforts

The new initiative would focus on ‘systematically changing whole economies,’ a source tells Reuters.The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are planning to launch a platform to advise poor countries on funding climate and conservation activities, amid a broader push that could link such spending to debt relief, according to a draft document seen by the Reuters news agency. The institutions’ discussions towards that goal are detailed in a World Bank paper on debt published on the bank’s website on Monday for their annual northern hemisphere spring meetings. The advisers would include United Nations officials, non-governmental organisations, private investors and even ratings agencies with expertise in sourcing investment, including grants, low- or no-interest loans and cond...
New IMF reserves could fund vaccines in poor nations: Rockefeller
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New IMF reserves could fund vaccines in poor nations: Rockefeller

G20 is expected this week to back $650bn in new IMF allocations to help countries cope with COVID pandemic.Moves to bolster the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF’s) emergency reserves could provide the $44bn needed to vaccinate 70 percent of the population in lower- and middle-income countries by the end of 2022, at no added cost to rich countries, according to a new Rockefeller Foundation report due to be released on Tuesday. Finance officials from the Group of 20 top economies are expected to back a $650bn new allocation of the IMF’s Special Drawing Rights (SDR) this week to help countries cope with the pandemic and its economic effects. SDRs are supplementary foreign exchange reserves used by the IMF to make emergency loans. Countries facing balance of payments shortfalls can exchange ...
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WHO Officials Have Ruled on The Likely Source of COVID-19 in a New Report

COVID-19 probably passed to humans from a bat via an intermediary animal, an international expert mission to China concluded in a report seen by AFP Monday, while all but ruling out a laboratory leak.  But the report, drafted by World Health Organization-appointed international experts and their Chinese counterparts, offers no definitive answers on how the new coronavirus jumped to humans.COVID-19 has killed more than 2.7 million people worldwide in the 15 months since it emerged, forcing governments around the world to introduce restrictions that have battered the global economy.Ahead of a meeting with world leaders, UN chief Antonio Guterres called for more debt relief for the poorest countries struggling with the economic fallout from the pandemic.In the United States, there was good n...