Vaccination mandate in Costa Rica: what we know:

As of December 1, Costa Rica will require proof of Covid-19 vaccination to enter many businesses and participate in major events. Individuals must show their immunization status using a QR code that will be incorporated into Costa Rica’s digital vaccine certificate. The QR code will not require a permanent internet …

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China channels Bernanke with confidence Evergrande is contained

(October 18): For months before the 2008 financial crisis, the banking heavyweights of Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said the subprime mortgage turmoil would be “contained.” This phrase is now making a comeback in Beijing, as regulators try to reassure markets that the world’s second-largest economy can weather the China …

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Salvador: thousands march against President Nayib Bukele

Q24N (DW) Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of El Salvador’s capital, San Salvador, on Sunday to demonstrate against the government of President Nayib Bukele. While grievances against Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele were varied, the united message was one against authoritarianism While Bukele was at the center of the …

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Spotlight: asset structuring and regulation in France

All the questions Structuring and regulation of heritage i Vehicles commonly used for asset structuring The appropriate vehicles for wealth structuring depend primarily on the jurisdiction of residence of the owner and the provisions of applicable tax treaties, if any. French residents generally opt for direct holding of their assets …

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Timeshare victims die waiting for justice

The disclosures are yet another blow to the mediator, who pledged to improve wait times earlier this month after being criticized for a drastic drop in productivity. Fiona Smith, 65, of Lincoln, was one of many timeshare victims invited to free vacations at Diamond, Club la Costa and Azure resorts. …

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