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France declared war on tax avoidance
France taxesMay 28, 2013 ET
France Budget Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said French taxpayers with bank accounts abroad must make them known to authorities now or face tough penalties.
Ukraine and Russia in gas negotiations
Ukraine Russia gasMay 28, 2013 ET
Ukraine's 10-year gas contract with Gazprom is costing the country $6 billion said President Viktor Yanukovych. Ukraine may now allow Russia into its gas system in return for lower prices.
Canada and Mexico oppose U.S. meat labeling rules
U.S. meat labelingMay 27, 2013 ET
New U.S. federal rules require labels on steaks, ribs and other cuts of meat to say where the animal was born, raised and slaughtered. Canada and Mexico think new rules will hit their industries hard.
EU and China in trade war over solar panels
EU China solar panelMay 27, 2013 ET
The European Commission rejected Chinese statements that talks to resolve a dispute over dumping of solar panels had broken down.
ICAO to stay in Canada
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)May 27, 2013 ET
Qatar has dropped a bid to move the headquarters of the International Civil Aviation Organization from Montreal to Doha, Canadian and ICAO officials said.
Britain and France tougher on exploration taxes
United Kingdom FranceMay 24, 2013 ET
United Kingdom and France will join an initiative which requires exploration companies to reveal the taxes paid to national governments and the value of extracted minerals.
China wants to work with U.S on cyber security
Cyber securityMay 23, 2013 ET
China has appealed for communication with the United States on cyber security, stating that it is under attacks, too.
South Korea to easy taxes for start-ups
South Korea businessMay 23, 2013 ET
South Korea's Government announced the range of measures to encourage start-up businesses and provide new jobs.
United Kingdom to investigate oil and mining companies
Oil mining companyMay 21, 2013 ET
Britain's parliament will this week consider whether to probe the transparency of oil and mining companies listed in London.
U.S. to export LNG to non-FTA countries
FreeportMay 20, 2013 ET
The U.S. Energy Department has conditionally authorized Freeport LNG Expansion and FLNG Liquefaction to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) to countries that do not have a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the U.S.
Russia may cut the stake in Rosneft
RosneftMay 20, 2013 ET
The Russian government may cut the state's holding in Rosneft to 51 percent, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said.
Singapore, U.S. to reach agreement on information sharing
SingaporeMay 15, 2013 ET
Singapore is close to agreement with the U.S. that will help its financial institutions comply with a rule requiring them to share information about overseas accounts held by American citizens.