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The Weekly Standard

Last month, German bank WestLB rolled out a new “Islam-compliant” investment product named the Islamic Strategy Index Certificate. The value of the certificate is based on the value of the WestLB Islamic Deutschland Index, consisting of shares of ten

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www.news.yahoo.com

We all know black market goods are available all over the world, but what you may not know is that if you add up all revenue generated from un-taxed business it would equal the second largest economy of the world, behind only the United States.

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arclein

The experiences of countries such as South Korea and China that have successfully modernized their economies show that a push from the state is necessary. We are also counting on the active participation of Russian capital in the privatization and fu

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www.reuters.com

(Reuters) - Greece's coalition parties must tell the European Union by Monday whether they accept the painful terms of a new bailout deal as EU patience wears thin with political dithering in Athens over implementing reforms.

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www.globalresearch.ca

The creation of the euro zone may have given participants one currency, but it created other problems as well. One interest rate was supposed to fit all. Those sovereigns on the financial periphery of the 17 nations found low interest rates too good

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dailypaulradio.com

Charles Goyette of American Breaking Point and international bestselling author of ‘The Dollar Meltdown’ joins Daily Paul Radio with Kurt Wallace for ‘Iran and India; Oil for Gold’ to discuss the impact of a direct exchange between India and Iran

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www.breitbart.com

European leaders at a summit in Brussels said a final debt deal could be signed off in the coming days, together with a second multibillion-euro bailout package designed to save the country from a potentially disastrous bankruptcy.

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www.ft.com

Greece’s finance minister angrily rejected a German plan for the eurozone to impose a budget overseer onto Athens in return for a new €130bn bail-out, saying it would improperly force his country to choose between “financial assistance” and “national

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Reuters

Fitch downgraded the sovereign credit ratings of Belgium, Cyprus, Italy, Slovenia and Spain on Friday, indicating there was a 1-in-2 chance of further cuts in the next two years. In a statement, the ratings agency said the affected countries were

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