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Road narrows for sovereign debt bill as New York legislative session nears end

Live Mint 29 May 2024
The proposed bill looks to 'provide effective mechanisms for restructuring sovereign and subnational debt' and the rewrite of this state law would retroactively affect sovereign debt contracts and its holders across the world.
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CEO Of Russia’s 2nd Largest Bank: “US Is Headed For A Serious Economic Crisis”

The Liberty Beacon 29 May 2024
... the Fontanka publication, who warned if it wasn’t for the dollar’s status as the world’s reserve currency, a sovereign debt crisis would’ve already been underway in the US.
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African leaders urge global financial system reform to address debt, climate risks

Xinhua 29 May 2024
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa said that Africa typically borrows from international markets at rates far above those paid by the rest of the world, and the debt problems faced by many ...
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IMF lifts China growth forecast but warns on industrial policy

Urdu Point 29 May 2024
The worlds number-two economy has been battered in recent ...
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Global debt has grown to $315 trillion this year — here's how we got here

CNBC 29 May 2024
The world is mired in $315 trillion of debt, according to a report from the Institute of International Finance ... .
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The law of unforeseen consequences: What now for Iran?

Arab News 29 May 2024
The main concern of the UK government, struggling at the time to cope with the vast debts and costs of rebuilding it had inherited in the wake of the Second World War, was the loss of revenue from Iranian oil fields.
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How the world got into $315 trillion of debt

CNBC 28 May 2024
According to the Institute of International Finance, the world is $315 trillion in debt. This combines borrowings from households, businesses and governments. With global debt at a record high, should we be concerned? ... .
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WEBINAR | A Critical Conversation on SA's savings culture

Business Day 28 May 2024
South Africans are among the poorest savers in the world, with a high debt burden. Only 6% of the population is on track to retire comfortably, according to the Association for Savings and Investment SA (ASISA).
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World Focus: Testifying before Congress

Daily Press 28 May 2024
The first is debt repayment, Parks explained ... And with the grace periods on many Chinese loans expiring, Beijing finds itself in an uncomfortable position as the developing world’s largest official debt collector.
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Palm Beach County official sued over record $700M investment in Israel bonds

Jewish Telegraph Agency 28 May 2024
Joseph Abruzzo, who oversees investments for Palm Beach County, has put about 15% of the county’s funds into the bonds, making him the largest buyer of the debt in the world since Hamas attacked Israel on Oct.
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‘Crippling’ drought in Zambia threatens hunger for millions, says minister

AOL 28 May 2024
Zambia is also, like scores of other climate vulnerable countries, struggling under a mountain of debt, which has been worsened by high interest rates around the world as a result of the war in Ukraine.
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China-Africa cooperation will continue unhindered by external noise: African envoys

People Daily 28 May 2024
When it comes to some speculation from the Western media about so-called debt traps and overcapacity issues, the ambassador gave his view. "Every country, every manufacturer is free to produce what is required in the world.
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How helping Global South cope with climate change benefits rich nations

Business Day 28 May 2024
They say they should not have to take on more debt to solve problems largely caused by the developed world. Countries of “the Global South are experiencing a new wave of debt caused by climate ...
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‘Freedom matters’: Park City honors war dead during Memorial Day ceremony

Park Record 28 May 2024
Mike McComb, the emergency manager at City Hall and a veteran, delivered the keynote remarks, particularly speaking about the World War II era ... McComb’s comments about World War II were especially notable.
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Conservatives vow to shut down ‘Mickey Mouse’ degrees

AOL 28 May 2024
Rather than being saddled with debt, apprentices gain real-world experience and earn while they learn.” ... Rather than being saddled with debt, apprentices gain real world experience and earn while they learn.

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