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Philippines, China pledge to cooperate for post-pandemic recovery

MANILA (Reuters) – China on Saturday pledged to donate 500,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine to the Philippines as the two countries sign infrastructure deals to boost post-pandemic recovery efforts, officials said. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte imposed one of the world’s longest and tightest lockdowns to contain the virus in March …

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IRS Criminal Investigation Vows To Continue Investigating COVID-19 Fraud

The Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigations Division (IRS-CI) marks the first anniversary of the CARES Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act by committing to continue investigating fraud in the COVID-19. Over the past year, the IRS-CI has fought COVID-19 fraud related to Economic Impact Payments, Paycheck Protection Program (P3), …

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Student loan debt must be canceled in full for everyone

Stefani Reynold / Getty 1.6 USD trillion. How much money 45 million Americans collectively have student loan debt. Think about it – how many people do you know who are still paying off their loans? Chances are you and a bunch of your friends and family are still repay the …

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SORA home loans ensure interest rate stability: UOB

Borrowers claim that certainty, transparency, and stability are key factors influencing their willingness to choose SORA-based loan products. Access today Register for a 2 week free trial and get instant, unlimited and unlimited access to Regulation Asia. FREE TRY Have you already taken your free trial? Contact our team and …

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No foreclosure before 2022 if the new CFPB rule is adopted

Homeowners can be online for additional relief during the pandemic. Millions of Americans have struggled with unemployment and lost income over the past year. This includes the owners. The good news is that there has been some relief for mortgage borrowers since the start of the pandemic. On the one …

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