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Supply chains, inflation overshadow vaccine, debt woes at IMF-WB meetings

Supply chain woes and growing inflation concerns pushed aside a widening gap in Covid-19 vaccinations and mounting debt problems for developing countries as the top concerns for global policymakers ...

Supply chains, inflation overshadow vaccine, debt woes at IMF-WB meetings

Dollar boosted by US Treasury yields surge, British pound drops

The US dollar climbed to its highest in more than five weeks, while other major G10 currencies dropped, as higher US Treasury yields made the dollar more attractive to investors.

Dollar boosted by US Treasury yields surge, British pound drops

UK PM Johnson calls on rich countries to meet $100 billion climate pledge

In messaged comments from his climate round-table speech on Monday, Italian prime minister Mario Draghi said the $100 billion pledge had to be fulfilled

UK PM Johnson calls on rich countries to meet $100 billion climate pledge

Three-quarters of people in G20 nations see climate, nature near tipping points

Three in four people living in the world's 20 major economies believe nature and the Earth's climate are approaching potentially abrupt or irreversible changes due to human action, according to a ...

Three-quarters of people in G20 nations see climate, nature near tipping points

Global tax reform plan goes to the G20

G20 finance ministers meeting in Venice on Friday and Saturday could rally the world's top economies behind a global plan to tax multinationals more fairly, already hashed out among 130 countries ...

Global tax reform plan goes to the G20

Taxing multinationals: Further steps for final deal

Some 130 countries reached a historic deal Thursday that would see massive multinational firms pay their fair share of taxes

Taxing multinationals: Further steps for final deal

Bargaining over global corporate tax enters key stage

Nearly 140 countries will haggle over key details of a global corporate tax plan this week, with some concerned about giving up too much and others eager to ensure tech giants pay their fair share

Bargaining over global corporate tax enters key stage

Covid-19: IMF board discussed $650b expansion of reserves

The International Monetary Fund's executive board on Friday discussed a proposed $650 billion expansion of its emergency reserves, marking the next step in a process expected to be completed in August

IMF board discussed $650b expansion of reserves, process to be completed in August

Corporate polluters lag on setting climate goals

41 of the world's 250 biggest corporate emitters are yet to set 'no reduction' targets

Corporate polluters lag on setting climate goals

Boeing welcomes US-EU accord, vows to uphold rules

Boeing said Tuesday it "welcomes" a truce between the United States and the European Union

Boeing welcomes US-EU accord, vows to uphold rules
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