China Angry at US and Debt Deal – Interesting, Some Considerations
It appears that China was quite upset over the debt ceiling debate in the Congress, and the fact that our politicians couldn’t come to an agreement. This shouldn’t surprise anyone, considering how poorly the Chinese stock markets did during that debating period or right afterwards when S&P downgraded US Debt. Nor should we be surprised that one of China’s credit rating agencies decided to go ahead and downgrade the credit rating of US treasuries a week before S&P.
Ottawa Light Rail – Canadian Federal Government Pledges $600-Million Towards ProjectThe Canadian Federal Government is funding light rail projects in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Kitchener-Waterloo and Toronto, but at $600-million, the nation’s capital is receiving more federal aid for light rail projects than any other city. More than a decade in the planning, with several starts and stops, Ottawa is pushing ahead with the project so that at least the downtown stage is completed in time for Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017.
The Rebuilding Of HaitiHaiti was hit by an earthquake of massive proportions on January 12, 2010. The damages that the earthquake unleashed have been huge, to say the least. The capital city of Haiti, Port Au Prince underwent almost complete destruction of all its buildings and houses.
Attending CHOGM? Get to Know What It IsCHOGM is a major event to be held in Australia This year. Getting to know this event will only make your visit that much more enjoying. By having a right schedule and know how, you will be sure to enjoy this event to the fullest. If you have a family and plan on attending this event, read on.
Online Money Transfers Offer a Solution to the World’s Unbanked PopulationA new system of online money transfers offers a solution for the 2.5 billion adults who are currently unbanked. The innovative approach allows U.S. Residents to use the internet to send money, on reloadable debit cards, to their families and friends overseas.