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Finance Ministry opposes free higher education for all students – The Japan Times

The Finance Ministry considers it inappropriate to make higher education in Japan free without exception, informed sources said. The ministry now believes the proposed program, as part of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s initiative to support child-rearing families and cut tuition to zero, should screen eligible institutions and students, the sources said. Otherwise, Japan’s fiscal health, […]

RBNZ Reform Could Potentially Lower Rates, Finance Minister Says … – Bloomberg

Reforming the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s monetary policy mandate could potentially result in lower interest rates, the new finance minister said. Requiring the central bank to target full employment as well as price stability when making rate decisions will ensure its objectives are more aligned with the well-being of New Zealanders, Grant Robertson said […]

RBNZ Reform Could Potentially Lower Rates, Finance Minister Says – Bloomberg

Reforming the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s monetary policy mandate could potentially result in lower interest rates, the new finance minister said. Requiring the central bank to target full employment as well as price stability when making rate decisions will ensure its objectives are more aligned with the well-being of New Zealanders, Grant Robertson said […]

Seeking Alpha’s Weekly Media, Tech, And Finance News Roundup – Seeking Alpha

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Merkel to limit finance ministry powers if liberals get control: report – POLITICO.eu

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Euro Zone Needs to Push on With Banking, Bailout Reforms-Slovak Finance Minister – New York Times

In a speech at the Globsec Tatra Summit conference on Saturday, Kazimir urged the euro zone to squeeze the maximum out of the current momentum while the bloc waits for a government to be formed in European powerhouse Germany. “We have created expectation and thanks to favourable political winds a window of opportunity has opened […]

Seeking Alpha’s Weekly Media, Tech, And Finance News Roundup – Seeking Alpha

Common sense isn’t so common, and this is even more evident in the battle between man and technology. Technology will always win where repetition, speed, accuracy and efficiency are required. But for the foreseeable future, man will corner the market on intellect, creativity and common sense. Data vs. Insight Artificial Intelligence Is Coming for Publishers’ […]

Non-finance business to drive growth of Peerless Group – The Hindu

Non-finance business is set to drive the future growth of the 85-year old Peerless General Finance & Investment Company Ltd. which has, over the years, marked its footprint in sectors such as hotels, hospitals and housing through wholly-owned subsidiaries and joint ventures. PGF&I is the flagship venture of the Peerless Group which has in its […]

Finance reports: Campaign behind casino initiative has spent $9M to opposition’s $600000 – Bangor Daily News

Micky Bedell | BDN The campaign to convince Mainers to authorize a casino at an undisclosed location York County has spent close to $2.3 million over a 23-day period. The spending, detailed in recently posted campaign finance reports, includes $1.7 million on television ads, $127,000 on radio ads and a total of $700,000 to the […]

Finance reports: Campaign behind casino initiative has spent $9M to opposition’s $600000 – Bangor Daily News

Micky Bedell | BDN The campaign to convince Mainers to authorize a casino at an undisclosed location York County has spent close to $2.3 million over a 23-day period. The spending, detailed in recently posted campaign finance reports, includes $1.7 million on television ads, $127,000 on radio ads and a total of $700,000 to the […]