AIA’s Council Meeting held today (21 May 2018) provided the opportunity for in-depth discussion and debate on key topics which will affect AIA’s strategic development for the months and years ahead.
Whitehall in-year budget review process completes, identifying further asset sales, underspends and efficiencies to smooth path of departmental savings.
Error and fraud in the tax credits system has been reduced to its lowest level since tax credits were introduced in 2003.
A landmark VAT fraud case has been won by HM Revenue and Customs, protecting as much as £260m of taxpayers’ money.
In a speech following the G-7 Finance Ministers meeting in Dresden, US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew urged institutions—such as the International Monetary Fund, European Commission, and European Central Bank—to act, saying “there need to be some policy decisions implemented in Greece.”
China's central bank is likely to remove the ceiling on bank deposit rates soon, instead of raising the cap again, Sheng Songcheng, head of the statistics department at the People's Bank of China, was quoted on Thursday as saying.