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Extending maternity leave to 26 weeks is good, but India Inc raises a few concerns

Aug 12, 2016

Extending maternity leave to 26 weeks is good, but India Inc raises a few concerns

When a woman employee is availing of maternity leave, her absence is bound to show up in the deliverables during appraisal time #Rajya Sabha #ConnectTheDots #OECD #Oxfam #pregnant women #Maternity Benefit Act #women in workforce #organised workforce
In Finland, gender equality not a myth: Study finds most men willing to do chores

Aug 09, 2016

In Finland, gender equality not a myth: Study finds most men willing to do chores

While both male and female respondents in Finland thought most chores were suitable for both sexes, a few dirtier or heavier tasks remained more divisive. #OECD #Gender equality #Finland #SliceOfLife #housework #Association for Finnish Work
Is India close to passing a law to identify true corporate ownership

Jul 27, 2016

Is India close to passing a law to identify true corporate ownership

With developing countries losing over $1 trillion to illicit financial flows a year, and $7.6 trillion of the world’s assets being held in offshore secrecy jurisdictions, it becomes crucial to close legal loopholes that allow anonymous companies to exist #Barack Obama #Black money #OECD #Monsoon Session of Parliament #Panama Papers #Mossack Fonseca #corporate ownership #caymal islands #tax scam
Europe Day celebrations muted in Britain as Brexit prospect looms large

May 09, 2016

Europe Day celebrations muted in Britain as Brexit prospect looms large

With a Brexit referendum slated for 23 June, Monday may indeed be the last time that Britain will be a part of the European Union Flag Day celebrations. #Barack Obama #European Union #CriticalPoint #OECD #David Cameron #European Commission #Boris Johnson #Jean-Claude Juncker #Shinzo Abe #Brexit #Europe Day #EU flag day #Remain campaign #Leave campaign
Budget 2016: Will the govt amend domestic tax laws to help the bleeding infrastructure sector

Feb 24, 2016

Budget 2016: Will the govt amend domestic tax laws to help the bleeding infrastructure sector

Since India has been one of the active participants of the BEPS project, it is expected that the Indian Government would come out with significant enactment and amendments in its domestic tax laws in the forthcoming Budget 2016. #OECD #NDA #Tax avoidance #BEPS #Infra 2016 #Union Budget 2016; Arun Jaitley #15 Action Plans
India 'bright spot' for investment, Modi tells business leaders

Oct 06, 2015

India 'bright spot' for investment, Modi tells business leaders

As a result of his government's initiatives, Modi said, the sentiments for private investment and inflow of foreign investment have turned positive. #Economy #India #Business #GDP #IMF #World Bank #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Angela Merkel #Germany #FDI #OECD #intellectual property rights #bankruptcy code #Company Law Tribunal
G20 seeks to lift global market mood despite China alarm

Sep 05, 2015

G20 seeks to lift global market mood despite China alarm

Ministers and central bank chiefs from the world's top 20 economies (G20) sought Saturday to bolster market confidence in the global economy, despite mounting alarm about the fallout from China's slowdown. #NewsTracker #OECD #US Federal Reserve #G20 #Ankara #China economic slowdown
Third time lucky? Greece reaches agreement with creditors on $94 billion bailout

Aug 11, 2015

Third time lucky? Greece reaches agreement with creditors on $94 billion bailout

Greece on Tuesday reached a deal on a multi-billion bailout with its international creditors, officials said, with the government planning to submit it to Parliament later in the day. #Debt #NewsTracker #OECD #EU #Greece bailout #Euclid Tsakalotos