6422
Welcome Back to Russia
World Economy

Welcome Back to Russia

President Vladimir Putin’s amnesty allowing Russians with cash stashed abroad to bring it back home with no penalty may be a windfall. The US, Mexico, Italy, Kazakhstan, and many others have tried it with varied success, RT reported. When financial crises hit, governments have tried to reel in assets held overseas by both companies and individuals to convince them to bring the money home.

Short URL : http://goo.gl/hQZyPU

You can also read ...

The rules say that EU countries should have budget deficits below 3% of GDP and public debt below 60% of GDP.
National budgets of six eurozone countries may break the...
Cambodia Sustains Strong Growth
Cambodia’s economy is forecast to grow 6.9% next year,...
UK Slashes Growth Projections
Britain slashed its official projections for economic growth...
All three sides can’t agree on a few key issues.  Top of the list: The manufacturing of cars.
No meaningful progress is being made in NAFTA trade talks...
AT&T-Time Warner Merger Case Politically Motivated
The US Justice Department’s lawsuit to block AT&T’s $85...
Mexico Boosts Minimum Wage
The bittersweet news for Mexico’s poorest workers: the...
Iraq to Resume War Reparations to Kuwait
The UN Security Council’s compensation agency has announced...
Gold Inches Up as Dollar Dips
Gold prices crept up on Wednesday amid a softer dollar, with...

Trending

Googleplus