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SDG Awareness Survey

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On 25 September 2015, the UN General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (UN, 2015). This new global framework to redirect humanity towards a sustainable path was developed following the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in June 2012, in a three year process involving UN Member States, national surveys engaging millions ... Read More »

Top countries in the “red zone” for debt default

External loan or debt is the total amount a country owes to a foreign creditor. Depending on the amount of external debt a country possesses, countries can be grouped into categories. Green for safe, yellow for caution and Red for grave risk are some of the categories. Red zone or Amber zone is the area where the fiscal space has ... Read More »

Measuring content marketing effectiveness

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What makes any piece of marketing content successful, and how can you measure its success? Measuring your marketing content success isn’t a straightforward process. To evaluate your content reach and success, you have to define goals, set KPIs for those goals, and then measure and track your KPIs. Content marketing when done right is a highly effective and can be ... Read More »

The Prime Minister Office directs Finance Ministry

to take action against Kotak Mahindra Bank MD and CEO Uday Kotak complaints of conspiracy, fraud filed by Mumbai based businessman Bagla family The Prime Minister office has directed The Finance Ministry of India to look into a complaint of Dr. Santosh Kumar Bagla a business family from Mumbai against the Kotak Mahindra Bank MD and CEO Uday Kotak and ... Read More »

Open banking: One year, and counting

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13th January was the day when Open Banking came into reality for consumers of the UK. Open banking gives the full capability to the consumers by handing them the opportunity to access to all information about them smoothly. In this context, the consumers assert more control that the authority. The Revised Payment Service Directive or PSD2 that came into effect ... Read More »

Obamacare: How has it affected the U.S. economy?

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After Medicare was added in the 1960s, Obamacare is the biggest social legislation carried out since then. In 2010, it was signed by the President Barack Obama which aimed to decrease the amount of unremunerated care an average US family pays by advising everyone to have health insurance or to pay a penalty as a tax. However, it has invited ... Read More »

Best Diwali Gifts For Your Loved Ones

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Thinking about what to gift to your loved ones this Diwali? Well, you can consider various options such as clothes, jewelry, chocolates, shopping vouchers, footwear, fashion accessories, or just hard cash. The other option is to choose latest electronic gadgets for your loved ones. These are preferred and quite popular these days. Let’s take a look at some of the ... Read More »

Most Useful Corporate Gift Ideas For Diwali

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When it’s Diwali time, most organizations follow the practice of giving gifts to their employees. The type of corporate gifts for employees has undergone significant changes over the decades. For example, in the 80s and 90s, the preferred option was a box of sweets. This option is still popular, but now it is accompanied by other gifts. Today’s generation is ... Read More »

How does the misery index work?

The Misery index is an economic indicator gifted by economist Arthur Okun to the world. The index helps in calculating how an average citizen is doing economically. The index is calculated by adding the annual inflation rate to the unemployment rate annually. Let’s take a look at how it works. John F. Kennedy came into office on January 1961 during ... Read More »

How Brexit uncertainty is hurting the UK economy in four charts

Each day the UK politics and obviously, Brexit faces new drama which is playing havoc with the economy of the UK. You can measure the extent of recession risk the UK is facing by going through the following four points. And it seems that the only way to put an end to all uncertainties is by developing another referendum in ... Read More »

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