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· Google’s Sundar Pichai speaks up on digital tax; says this about 100 countries rewriting global tax rules →
Alphabet Inc’s Google supports a multilateral solution for taxing digital services that is under discussion by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), its chief executive Sundar Pichai told Reuters in an interview.
· US grapples with pandemic as its origins are traced in China →
Regarding the WHO experts in China, the country’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson, Hua Chunying, said they would work with Chinese scientists and medical experts on “scientific cooperation on the new coronavirus tracing issue.”
· IMF predicts worst Mideast downturn in half century due to Covid-19, low oil prices →
The battered energy-based economies of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states are forecast to shrink by a hefty 7.1 per cent, 4.4 percentage points lower than April.
· Brexit should respect the rights of all Brits, so let’s replace the withdrawal agreement with a deal that honours them →
The withdrawal agreement contains some good principles, not least encouraging further cooperation between the UK and the EU, consolidating the gains made since 1972, when we first entered the European Economic Community, and prioritising our geographic and cultural neighbours above foreign players like China.
· ‘E Pluribus Unum’ Is a Cruel Mirage →
Second, international organizations, such as the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, aggregate data from national sources with divergent reporting schedules and methodologies.
· IMF predicts worst Mideast downturn in half century →
The battered energy-based economies of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states are forecast to shrink by a hefty 7.1 percent, 4.4 percentage points lower than April.
· China and Iran draw up military and trade partnership in defiance of Trump administration →
The document, obtained by The New York Times also describes deepening military cooperation, potentially giving China a foothold in a region that has been a strategic preoccupation of the United States for decades.
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The agreement also calls for military cooperation.