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· The Case For Tencent Over Alibaba →
Correspondingly, regardless of the merits of the proposed bill calling for greater scrutiny on U.S.-listed Chinese stocks, they also do not have to be as concerned about delisting risks since Tencent is primarily listed in Hong Kong.
· ‘Democracy for the elite’: Jacob Rees-Mogg faces backlash for attempt to end virtual voting MPs →
Speaking in the Commons, Mr Rees-Mogg, the leader of the House, unveiled the government’s compromise, saying he will bring forward a motion on Wednesday “to allow members who for medical grounds are unable to attend to continue to appear for scrutiny - that is to say questions, urgent questions and statements - remotely”.
· 'Unacceptable': 60 per cent of aged care homes understaffed →
The aged care sector has come under scrutiny for a lack of medical expertise from the board level down.
· 'Drastic surgery': Liberal senator Andrew Bragg's plan for superannuation overhaul →
The super industry not only benefits from $32 billion in annual fees but from tax concessions worth $36 billion for members, raising questions about whether there is enough scrutiny of the way the sector manages the lucrative flow of workers' cash.
· 'Stop and search' is a global problem that Australia must also face →
Australia is by no means immune to the types of targeted and deeply racialised policing we see reported in the United States, and our policing and criminal justice systems must also bear the same level of scrutiny.
· Victorian Liberals demand audit of state's COVID spending →
A government spokesman said all of its financial activities would be fully reported and open to scrutiny.
· Black Lives Matter activism is working →
Additional scrutiny has thus far produced real results in reducing violence, and pairing that scrutiny with a blend of extra resources and more transparency and accountability could easily produce further gains.
· Hotel REITs Vs. Cruise Ships: What Is The Best Contrarian Opportunity In 2020 →
Moreover, cruise lines have come under scrutiny for their negative impact on the environment in the recent years.
· English Premiership backs rugby salary cap reforms →
The London club were hit with a cumulative mammoth 105-point deduction after repeatedly breaching the £7 million ($8.8 million) salary cap limit imposed on all 12 clubs in the top flight and then refusing to open up their books to full scrutiny.
· Australia not immune from US-style racial tension →
The divide between black and white in Australia is, in some ways, just as shocking as in the US, but it is less visible because Indigenous people make up a smaller share of our population and many of the worst problems occur in remote and regional areas, far from media scrutiny.