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Israel Economy Likely To Grow 4.6% In 2021, Says Finance Ministry

The Bank of Israel has estimated a contraction of 3.7% for 2020 and growth of 6.3% in 2021 if the rapid vaccination pace is maintained. That would fall to 3.5% growth in a slow-inoculation scenario.

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G-20 shining example of how partnership works: Suresh Prabhu at CII Partnership Summit

G-20 shining example of how partnership works: Suresh Prabhu at CII Partnership Summit

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Multilateralism at the Crossroads

While the fervour that sells is jingoism and often power prevails; eventually multilateralism is the only rational approach to find answers for all the vexing problems of the world ranging from trade disputes to stemming the devastation that could be unleashed by climate change.

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Wealthy Countries Edge Towards Global Climate Finance Goal

Developed countries agreed at the United Nations in 2009 to together contribute $100 billion each year by 2020 in climate finance to poorer countries, many of whom are grappling with rising seas, storms and droughts made worse by climate change.

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ADB Promotes Innovation And Efficiency To Bolster Anti-Corruption Efforts

Strengthening governance and institutional capacity to improve service delivery in ADB developing member countries is one of seven operational priorities under ADB's Strategy 2030.

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Global Economy Faces Gravest Threat Since 2008 Crisis As Coronavirus Spreads: OECD

Global economic growth is seen falling to 2.4 per cent for the whole year compared to an already weak 2.9 per cent in 2019. It is then expected to rise to a modest 3.3 per cent in 2021.

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Transfer Pricing And Customs: Is Convergence Possible?

Transfer pricing is a discipline of income tax that deals with fair pricing of transactions between related parties and thus the fair allocation of profits and taxes.

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India Gets First Tranche Of Swiss Account Details Under Automatic Exchange Framework

This is the first time that India has received details from Switzerland under the AEOI framework.

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Big Emerging Economies Hurt Most If Trade Tariffs Rise - OECD

By the end of the OECD's forecast horizon in 2060, that would leave world average living standards about 14 percent lower than they could otherwise be expected to be

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Child Rights Not Just About Child Labour, But Also Wholesome Development: Thangaperumal Ponpandi, Country Manager, Terre des Hommes

The word sustainability has been made into an elite kind of a subject, and the social part of sustainability is very important. There are umpteen examples of how businesses have not been able to protect and preserve the rights of the child. There are possibilities and opportunities of how businesses and stakeholders deal with children’s issue, our aim is to identify them, “ said Rijit Sengupta, Chief Operating Officer, Centre for Responsible Business

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More Funding Needed From OECD To Achieve SDG4 Goals: Prakash Javadekar

Iinvesting in education is investing in peace and sustainable future, adds Union Minister

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SMEs Get Support from Diversified Companies

From providing financial support to helping the Small and Medium Enterprises procure quality raw materials, today a clutch of companies are providing practical solutions to SMEs

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How Green Will Be Our Valley?

Not a crystal ball, but projections peg a 5.6% growth in agriculture that could by 2047 push India’s GDP up to 10.4% and transport the farming community to Utopia

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India To Become Largest Milk Producer In 2026: Report

India, projected to be the most populous country over the next decade, will be the world's largest milk producer by 2026 and will account for the biggest increase in wheat production globally, according to a report by the UN and OECD

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Black Money: Switzerland Ratifies Auto Info Sharing With India

Switzerland ratified automatic exchange of financial account information with India and 40 other jurisdictions to facilitate immediate sharing of details about suspected black money, even as it sought strict adherence to confidentiality and data security

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