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Millennials and Transportation are Critical for Regional Economies

Millennials and Transportation are Critical for Regional Economies

Millennials, those tech-loving kids born between 1981 and 1997, are the largest living generation in the United States right now and will comprise 75 percent of the workforce by 2030, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. At the same time, several studies are predicting a global labor crunch to come into effect between
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Important Events for the Global Economy in the First Half of 2016

Important Events for the Global Economy in the First Half of 2016

By any measure, global economy news in the first half of 2016 were rather uninteresting. Previously growing economies continue to grow, previously struggling – still experience a downturn. And these trends are quite likely to carry on through the second part of 2016. But nevertheless there were several major developments that are worth covering, with
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Grand Golf tournament in Konopiste

Grand Golf tournament in Konopiste

Rigid Golf battle under medical walls. Powered by MoneyPolo Are you ready for same real golfing clashes? Then we have some great news for you – that is exactly what is about to happened in one of the finest golf courses in Czech Republic! MoneyPolo once again is a proud supporter and main sponsor of
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How to send money to China

How to send money to China

In recent years, China has developed one of the world’s largest economies, just as the Internet was becoming the number one spot for world trade action to take place. Naturally, the need to trade with China is increasing and it has to be as fast and as cheap as possible. We therefore have to explore
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Factors of Euro Fall and its Impact on US and Asian Market

Factors of Euro Fall and its Impact on US and Asian Market

Euro is going through a worse phase of its economic life and the problem began with Greece public deficit. Now the situation is even more problematic as crises expanded to Portugal, Ireland, Italy and Spain. There are several reasons for Euro fall and probably institutional defend is poor. Credible institutional defend needed like steps taken
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Changing dynamics of Chinese Economy

Changing dynamics of Chinese Economy

Introduction It might not be an overstatement that Chinese economy is experiencing some serious changes. According to the numbers and figures, China is experiencing a slower growth rate. The Chinese Economy is trying to re-balance the equations along different dimensions. Given the situation, it is important for any investor around the globe to closely analyze
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Transferring Money Internationally: Local or Foreign Currency?

Transferring Money Internationally: Local or Foreign Currency?

When you transfer money internationally or use ATMs in a foreign country, the card machines will be nice and polite to you. “Welcome to our bank. We offer conversions to your local currency or foreign currency. Easy. Fast. Secure.” Never ever fall for this kind of advertisement. The service may be all that it claims
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Russia – Ukraine conflict and its impacts on the world economy

Russia – Ukraine conflict and its impacts on the world economy

Not only the global politics changed due to Russia-Ukraine tension, but it has some economic implications. The bloodless annexation of the Crimean peninsula affected global trade especially European Union trade where most countries in the union fulfill their energy requirements from Russian natural resources reserves. The situation is quite the same as the 2008 Georgian
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US government financial shut down

US government financial shut down

The first partial shutdown in the last seventeen years has begun when two houses of Congress failed to reach at any agreeable point. The Republican-led House put the condition of delaying Mr. Obama’s healthcare reform for passing a bill. As a result of this shut down more than 800,000 federal employees are on leave without
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