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IMF agrees to give Greece $4.2 billion
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Saturday, 09 July 2011
IMF agrees to give Greece $4.2 billion
The move by the executive board had been expected after a decision last week by eurozone finance ministers to give Greece their portion of a $17.4 billion loan payment that is part of a $259 billion ......
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Inquiry of Official Delayed
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Saturday, 09 July 2011
Inquiry of Official Delayed
International Monetary Fund , abused her power as the French finance minister in 2008. A decision is now expected on Aug. 4. At issue is her intervention in a ...
 
Financial crisis in Greece
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Saturday, 09 July 2011
Financial crisis in Greece
The finance ministers from all 16 Eurozone countries (Eurogroup) on Saturday approved a new tranche in financial support to ailing Greece, the group said in a ...
 
Cong-DMK alliance will continue: Pranab
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Saturday, 09 July 2011
Cong-DMK alliance will continue: Pranab
In the backdrop of Dayanidhi Maran's exit from the Union cabinet over the 2G scam issue, senior Congress leader and Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Saturd...
 
CYBER-LOAN
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Saturday, 09 July 2011
CYBER-LOAN
I had a very interesting conversation with a friend this week whilst we were browsing through the local newspapers. One specific statement that stuck to my hea...
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Eurozone states to rescue bank stress test failures – draft paper
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Saturday, 09 July 2011
Eurozone states to rescue bank stress test failures – draft paper
BRUSSELS, July 8, (RTRS): European countries will support banks that fail stress tests if those lenders cannot raise capital from investors within six months, ...
 
Moody’s: NBK’s ratings reflect dominant position, asset quality
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Saturday, 09 July 2011
Moody’s: NBK’s ratings reflect dominant position, asset quality
KUWAIT CITY, July 8: In its latest report on National Bank of Kuwait (NBK), the credit rating agency Moody’s said that NBK’s financial strength rating reflects...
 
NBK wraps Summer Internship Program
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Saturday, 09 July 2011
NBK wraps Summer Internship Program
National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) successfully concluded the second session of its specially designed 2011 Summer Internship Program. The program includes two week...
 
State Insurance Supervision Service begins marketing research of Azerbaijan's insurance market
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Saturday, 09 July 2011
State Insurance Supervision Service begins marketing research of Azerbaijan's insurance market
The State Insurance Supervision Service under the Azerbaijani Finance Ministry within the marketing research of the insurance market starts conducting a survey...
 
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