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OECD Warns Lobbying Worldwide Needs More Transparency and Tougher Regulation

Paris, December 16, 2014 By Axel Krause Since the earliest days of Western civilization, lobbying has been a fact of public life, amid controversy, criticism and attempts at reform that are continuing. Today in most democracies, much remains to be …

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PRESIDENTIAL POSSIBILITIES 2016: WHO WILL BE THE FIRST TO ANNOUNCE?

By Robert J. Guttman December 16, 2014 Jeb Bush said today, “I have decided to actively explore the possibility of running for president of the United States.” And, the former Florida governor and brother of George W. Bush (43) and …

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Presidential Possibilities 2016: Anybody But Clinton

Democrats ABC Dilemma Emerges As Doubts Grow About Hillary By Robert J. Guttman December 2, 2014 When we look at the ABCs of the early days of the 2016 presidential campaign, we have to say that for the Democrats ABC …

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European Economy Still Running in Low Gear

By Axel Krause Paris, December 1,  2014 “Ladies and Gentlemen, start your engines!” That call came last Tuesday from the American chief economist of the 34-nation Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Catherine Mann. She warned that the global economy …

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Defining Sovereignty: Argentina and the Vulture Funds

By James A. Baer November 17, 2014 The stand-off between the government of Argentina and Paul Singer, CEO of Elliot Management Corporation and owner of MNL Capital Ltd, has taken on epic proportions. Singer’s hedge fund, labeled a “Vulture Fund” …

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