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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Mobile Pay Parking has arrived in Toronto

Mobile Pay Parking has arrived in Toronto
The Toronto Parking Authority developed the updated Green P App in collaboration with mobile payment specialists, Passport, Inc. Passport is North America's largest provider of mobile payment services for parking and transit supporting programs in over …
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US Citizens in Greece and US Taxes— A Word to the Wise from Executive
Anyone born in the US is automatically a citizen and will be flagged by the banks as such even if they do not have a US passport or social security number. Greek passports and identity cards contain the place of the holder's birth and thus identify …
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RANCHO CUCAMONGA: Booming Chinese baby business raided
Maternity tourists believe citizenship will help their children secure a top-notch U.S. college education and provide a sort of insurance policy should economic conditions crumble in their home country — especially since the tourists themselves can …
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