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US demands regular review of China trade reform: Report
The United States is demanding regular reviews of China’s progress on pledged trade reforms as a condition for a trade agreement but could again resort to tariffs if it deems Beijing has violated the agreement, according to sources.
Shenzhen, China's reform pioneer, leads tech revolution
The southern city of Shenzhen is the symbol of the transformative reforms launched by China 40 years ago: Former fishing villages that morphed into a global manufacturing hub.
Former Polish presidents urge EU to defend rule of law
Three former Polish presidents, including anti-communist icon Lech Walesa, on Wednesday urged the EU to defend the rule of law in their country, which they say is under threat from the current right-wing government.
Ethiopia premier reshuffles cabinet to implement reform
Ethiopia's new premier Abiy Ahmed named a new defense minister on Thursday as part of a reshuffle to help implement reforms demanded by the public during unrest in which hundreds were killed by security forces.
EU states fail to agree reform of labor rules sought by Macron
The 28 European Union states failed to agree in a first round of talks on Monday on reforming the bloc’s labor rules that poorer countries value but French President Emmanuel Macron dismisses as undercutting his workers.
Global economy chiefs told to reform while going is good
Finance chiefs from around the world were warned Thursday to get their houses in order while the global economy is strong and to be ready for possible shocks in the future.
Iran to reform economic structure jointly with foreign institutions’
Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (TCCIMA) will begin structural reform of the Iranian economy in cooperation with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Company, said TCCIMA chairman.
Polish parliament adopts contested Supreme Court reform
Polish lawmakers have adopted a controversial reform of the Supreme Court, despite days of street protests, concern from the opposition over judicial independence and EU threats of unprecedented sanctions.
EU threatens Poland with sanctions over court reform
The EU warned Poland's right-wing government Wednesday to suspend controversial court reforms or risk unprecedented sanctions, sharply escalating a standoff with Warsaw.
Priorities of economic reforms
By Sajjad Ebrahimi
Subsidy reform plan problematic
The government of former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (2005-13) initiated one of the most controversial socioeconomic plans in Iran. His administration implemented a subsidy reform plan which was met with fierce criticism from economic pundits. The first phase of the project came into force in December 2010.
Turkish president reforms military after failed coup
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan issued a new presidential decree Sunday that introduced sweeping reforms to Turkey's military in the wake of a July 15 failed coup, bringing the armed forces further under civilian authority.
Thousands rally in Greece ahead of reform vote
Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Athens on Sunday as Greece's parliament prepared to vote on a controversial tax and pensions overhaul which has sparked mass opposition.

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