By Giulia Segreti in Rome
Giulio Tremonti, Italian finance minister, confirmed that the government was seeking to increase capital gains tax, ease labour market laws and liberalise public services in an effort to reduce the public debt burden and balance the country’s budget by 2013.
One of Perth’s most prestigious and academically successful schools is cutting back on praise and rewards for students.
This Saturday evening, take a look at the night sky and you might see something special.
New must see documentary released 11/11/11
Here’s one of the least-interesting paragraphs you’ve ever read: “Last night I opened the front door to let the cat out. It was such a beautiful night that I wandered down to the garden to get a breath of fresh air. Then I heard a click as the door closed behind me.”
New research aims to stop turbines from killing bats and birds
By Martha Gill
French banks felt the weight of further uncertainty in eurozone debt markets. After an early bounce on Thursday as investors sought bargains following the recent sell off, European equities fell once more. The pan-European FTSE Eurofirst 300 index, having climbed more than 2 per cent at the open, fell 2 per cent in early afternoon to 892.39.
È stata approvata ieri la delibera per la costituzione di un Fondo di ingegneria finanziaria volto a concedere prestiti agevolati, chirografari e con spread vantaggiosi.
Here is my new contribution to social causes on Greek economic crisis.