Nominal Wage

North Macedonia’s real net wage up in April

Regional today Friday June 25, 2021, 12:50 p.m. Photo by BrankoG / Shutterstock.com North Macedonia’s real net pay rose 7.2% year-on-year in April after rising 4.6% the month before, the Skopje-based National Statistics Office (Makstat) said in a statement. . In nominal terms, the average net salary rose 10.1% over …

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Try the “productivity portfolio” to win the inflation debate

Text size The chip business could be a good bet in the productivity portfolio. Here, a new type of Bosch chip Jens Schlueter / AFP via Getty Images Whether inflation is transient or something more, there is a way for investors to benefit in either environment: bet on productivity. Stocks …

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Restaurants have flourished over the past decade

The number of restaurants and people involved in the sector has increased significantly over the decade up to 2019-2020 thanks to changes in lifestyle, increased mobility of people and demand for restaurants , according to a new survey. The 2020 Hotel and Restaurant Survey was released on Sunday, the first …

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The Chinese Communist Party is not forever

CLAREMONT, CALIFORNIA – Humans approaching a hundred normally think of death. But political parties celebrating their centenary, like the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) will on July 1, are obsessed with immortality. Such optimism seems strange to the parties that govern dictatorships, because their track record of longevity does not inspire …

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The government is committed to the health, safety and well-being of workers: Santosh Gangwar

The government is committed to the health, safety and well-being of workers: Santosh Gangwar New Delhi, June 19 (KNN) Minister of Labor and Employment Santosh Gangwar said the government is committed to the health, safety and welfare of workers. By publishing brochures, crafting a series of measures for the well-being …

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BUDGET 2021-22: Record spending of Rs 371 billion in KP budget of Rs 1.1 trillion – Journal

• Wages and pensions will cost the province a huge Rs466bn• Minimum wage for workers set at Rs21,000 per month• 10% salary increase for government employees• Registration fees for vehicles reduced to the nominal Re1• Rs10bn each for the wheat subsidy, food basket for the poor• Rs10bn for businesses and …

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Markets support central banks on inflation mandate

“The market says ‘everything is fine’. Record levels of fiscal stimulus, an increase in the household savings rate, persistent supply constraints and high asset prices pushed inflation expectations to their highest level in nearly seven years at mid-point. may. Charlie Jamieson of JCB. Daniel Munoz But expectations have since fallen …

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Is Running Hot Inflation Wise and Human?

“For me, sometimes a wise and humane policy is to allow inflation to rise even when inflation exceeds the target.” – Janet Yellen “For me the weather is perfect when it’s 75 degrees. Both statements are truthful but sorely lacking in context. Even though it’s 75 degrees, can I call …

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Netanyahu’s economic record: the good, the bad, the indifferent

Benjamin Netanyahu’s period as prime minister was the longest in Israel’s short history. It began in 2009, after the subprime crisis, when the Israeli economy was enjoying a favorable global environment, and after which the economy grew faster than those of other developed countries. Gas reservoirs discovered off Israel’s coast …

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