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China's local government debt may be £1 trillion more than estimated
www.telegraph.co.uk

“It seems the central government's debt level is quite transparent, while local government debt isn't, and therefore it's not easy to get a clear picture,” he told delegates at the Boao Forum this weekend. Mr Xiang said that based on his calculations …

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Chinese Local Government Debt Soaring
forexblog.oanda.com

The combined debt of China's central governments and the nation's provinces and cities may currently be more than 30 trillion yuan, Xiang, who served as finance minister from 1998 to 2003, said at the Boao Forum for Asia. Local governments had 10.7 …

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Heritage park now a waste pit
timesofindia.indiatimes.com

… a waste pit with tonnes of garbage being dumped here every day. Also, people have started encroaching upon the heritage properties and are constructing new structures. Upset with the lackadaisical attitude of government bodies, the residents of …

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David Williams: With broadband, GONs should be gone
www.tallahassee.com

While Washington ranted, reacted and scared the public, right under lawmakers' noses a significant pile of taxpayer-funded government waste continued — federal support for government-owned broadband networks (GONs). There are three distinct problems …

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Harper Government Awards Major Construction Contract for Port Granby Project
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The Harper Government today announced a $28.8 million contract for construction of a waste water treatment plant at the site of the planned Port Granby long-term, low-level radioactive waste management facility. The contract was awarded to Maple …

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Video: FTN Page 2: April 7
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Miss the second half of the show? Watch Blaine Harden, Gerald Seib, Major Garrett, Nancy Cordes and Margaret Brennan discuss the situation in North Korea and what to watch for on Capitol Hill as guns and immigration plans move ahead.

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Video: April 7: Schumer, McCain, Albright
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Crisis in North Korea and immigration and guns in the Senate: Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Blaine Harden, Gerald Seib, Major Garrett, Nancy Cordes and Margaret Brennan.

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