Why Anyone Who Cares About Their Job Should Hope Greece Spurns Europe

Why Anyone Who Cares About Their Job Should Hope Greece Spurns Europe
The liberal Economic Policy Institute has estimated that NAFTA alone has cost the U.S. at least 700,000 jobs and “strengthened the ability of U.S. employers to force workers to accept lower wages and benefits. … That requires a European Union passport.
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Ex-judges of SC gave favourable opinions to Lalit Modi
Last year, the Delhi high court restored Modi's passport, and the Centre did not appeal in the Supreme Court against the order. Modi has been insisting that he would not return to India for interrogation because of death threats from the underworld.
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Passport rumpus could wreck family's holiday in Spain
The row revolves around the Home Office stipulation that all applications for a passport by people born after 1st January 1983 must be accompanied by the birth certificate of their mother or father, to prove their identity. Both of Michael's parents …
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Founder of Cyber Charter School pleads not guilty to fraud, conspiracy
Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert Cessar told a federal magistrate on Wednesday that his office would share CDs of evidence and the database with lawyers for Trombetta and his accountant, Neal Prence of Koppel. Court papers Cessar filed after an …
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In Briefs: Tahiti Considering Change of Status; Egerszegi Honored; Chinese
The issue's highlights include the United States Aquatics Sports Convention, a FINA update from Aaron Piersol, USOC upadate from Peter Vanderkaay, and a World Championship recap from Ricky Berens. … The Chinese Anti-Doping Agency notes that …
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Former JP Morgan banker arrested in Spain over 'London Whale' charges
A former JP Morgan banker has been arrested in Spain 10 days after US authorities filed charges against him over the "London Whale" affair that cost the bank $ 6bn (£3.9bn). Javier Martin-Artajo, who was the direct supervisor of Bruno Iksil, the trader …
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