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U.S. Supreme Court: Government Went Too Far In Tax Obstruction Prosecution
The government had charged that a taxpayer who paid expenses in cash, did not maintain tax records, and kept a second set of books violated Section 7212(a).
United States
22 Mar 2018
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House Passes SELF DRIVE Act
The bill is the first piece of federal legislation that aims to regulate the manufacture, testing, and use of autonomous, or self-driving, cars in the United States
United States
22 Sep 2017
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是时候看好收购巴西业务了么?
2016年3月,巴西股指(Bovespa Index)达到自2002年10月以来的最佳月度表现,获得了17%的增长。同月,巴西雷亚尔兑美元亦升值10%。受总统迪尔玛.罗塞夫即将被ó
China
9 Aug 2016
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国债法律资讯(英文版)
The Republic of Argentina returned to global debt markets after a 15-year absence on April 19, 2016, when it sold $16 billion in bonds to fund a series of landmark settlements reached earlier this year with holdout bondholders from the South American nation's 2005 and 2010 debt restructurings.
Argentina
8 Aug 2016
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Budget 2016—What's In It For Australian Projects And Infrastructure?
In continuation of its six-year, $50 billion infrastructure investment program commenced in 2013–14, Australia's commonwealth government has pledged an additional $5 billion for infrastructure over the next three to four years.
Australia
12 May 2016
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When To WARN? WARN Act Notice Amid The Threat Of Sequestration
Unless Congress reaches agreement on a budget deficit reduction plan by January 2, 2013, automatic spending cuts will go into effect.
United States
27 Nov 2012
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Recommendations Of The Expert Committee On The Indian General Anti-Avoidance Rule: A Welcome Step
On September 1, 2012, the Shome Committee, which was constituted by Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to review the General Anti-Avoidance Rule (the "GAAR"), submitted its 108-page Expert Committee Report to the Indian Government.
India
25 Sep 2012
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An Overview of Chapter 9 of the Bankruptcy Code: Municipal Debt Adjustments
As attention shifts from the global financial crisis of 2008–2009 to the global sovereign crisis that currently is affecting much of Europe, lawmakers are scrambling to create new laws and regulations designed to stave off the next financial crisis.
United States
23 Aug 2010
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Overseas Protectionist Policy
Starting with the subprime crisis, the world economy has been plunged into a "once in a hundred years" economic crisis. With the United States as the epicenter, the U.S., Europe, Japan, and China are creating demand for goods and services through large-scale government spending in order to cover the sudden shrinkage in demand.
Japan
10 Sep 2009
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SEC Proposes To Eliminate Perceived "Pay-To-Play" Practices By Investment Advisers And Private Fund Managers
On August 3, 2009, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") published proposed amendments to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 (the "Advisers Act") to eliminate perceived "pay-to-play" practices by investment advisers providing advisory services to government clients.
United States
1 Sep 2009
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