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Report: UK cash system ‘on the verge of collapse’
More than eight million UK adults would struggle to cope in a cashless society, according to a major report which claims that the country’s ‘cash infrastructure’ is in danger of collapsing.
WA police seize 10kg meth, $1.5m cash in separate Perth drug raids
Alleged Perth, Western Australia (WA), meth dealers were stripped of close to $11.6 million in illicit profits police said, after two separate drug busts this week netted 10 kilograms of meth, almost $1.6 million cash and two guns.
Teachers to be offered cash to stay in England’s school
Cash incentives and a better work-life balance are part of a new attempt to solve England's teacher shortage.
UK manufacturers set cash aside in case of hard Brexit
British manufacturers are being forced to build up financial buffers in preparation for a no-deal Brexit as the cost of stockpiling goods and materials puts companies under strain.
British councils appeal for cash injection to avoid ‘catastrophic collapse’
Council leaders from some of Britain’s biggest cities are demanding an emergency cash injection to stop a “catastrophic collapse” of authorities that have faced the biggest cuts to their support.
US envoy calls for Germany to block Iran cash withdrawal
The US ambassador to Germany has called on Berlin to block an Iranian bid to withdraw large sums of cash from bank accounts in Germany to offset the effect of new US financial sanctions imposed after Washington withdrew from a 2015 nuclear deal.
How aid in cash, not goods, averted a famine in Somalia
In February, when the government of Somalia sounded an alarm to the UN about risks of a famine in the country, the UN’s Office of Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), besides quickly shuffling a response team, was acting from a steep sense of history.
Govt. steeply raises cash handouts for Iranians
Impoverished families in Iran will get a rise of up to 50% in monthly allowance, under a program which had been adopted for sometime but will go force from Saturday night.
Mexico's biggest cash cow under threat from Trump
Mexico's largest source of cash comes from Mexicans living in the United States. That is now under the microscope after Trump issued an executive order on Wednesday to start building a wall on the border.
Iran widens cash handout cancellations
Iran has cancelled cash handouts to another one million wealthy citizens who received the monthly allowance as part of the targeted subsidy program.
Greek pensioners swarm banks for cash as Athens defaults on IMF loan
Thousands of elderly citizens in Greece have swarmed selected branches of the country’s crisis-hit banks, which were ordered by government to reopen in order to allow them withdraw cash from their state pensions.
Eliminating cash subsidies essential
By Asadollah Asgaroladi
Athens warns of cash crunch in couple of weeks
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has warned of an imminent cash crunch for his debt-ridden country.
Cash subsidies for affluent questionable
Since the Iranian legislature has required that the government discontinue monthly cash subsidies to the affluent, the administration might have to check the bank accounts to identify the rich whose allowances must be eliminated.

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