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social-security

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  • Mr. Durbin said Democrats "need to fight for" a raft of social provisions, including medical and social-security benefits, and educational grants.

    Debt Ceiling Is Next Battleground

  • "We did our homework" since the sick-man days of 2003, says Mr. Kampeter, citing reforms of the social-security system and better labor-management relations that made the economy more flexible.

    German Economy Steams Ahead

  • The root causes of de-marketization in Britain's regions is a bloated public sector aggravated by a national public-sector pay premium and social-security benefits that take no account of local labor-market conditions.

    How Big Government Killed Britain's Regions

  • Instead the public sector expanded as a result of increased health, local authority and regeneration expenditure and increased spending on social-security transfer payments to households of working age.

    How Big Government Killed Britain's Regions

  • So several things need to be done, among them the reform and even dismantlement of the educational and social-security systems, the liberalization of the labor laws, and the much firmer repression of crime.

    The Barbarians Inside Britain's Gates

  • See the current social-security levies in select Chinese cities.

    China Considers New Tax for Foreigners

  • "It is possible to interpret the interest-rate movement as a sign of market concern that the nation's fiscal reforms, a tax and social-security overhaul, may be pushed back because of the political situation," he said.

    Japanese Yields Rise

  • The U.S. is among the nations that requires foreign workers to pay social-security related tax, a system which offers little ability for them to collect if they leave.

    China Considers New Tax for Foreigners

  • If the new social-security taxes are collected aggressively, foreigners are likely to gripe the plan is a grab for their pocketbooks.

    China Considers New Tax for Foreigners

  • SHANGHAI—China may start collecting a new tax from foreign workers and their employers as it extends its social-security program to include the 600,000 foreign nationals who work in the country.

    China Considers New Tax for Foreigners

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