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Indonesia unions protest planned labor reform
Several thousand Indonesian workers held a rally on Monday outside parliament to protest against planned changes to labor laws as part of government reforms aimed at creating jobs and boosting investment in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy.
Police use tear gas as pension reform protests continue in Paris
Protesters have taken to the streets of Paris where they were met by riot police and tear gas as protests and strikes against proposed pension reforms continue.
French unions blockade refineries in bid to stop pension reform
French unions blockaded several oil refineries on Tuesday, aiming to cause shortages at petrol stations after a month-long public transport strike failed to force the government to withdraw its pension reform plans.
French gov’t says determined on pension reform as strikes continue
The French government said it would see through planned pension reforms but said the new system that has sparked nationwide strikes would be introduced gradually and public concerns would be addressed.
Iraqi PM pledges reform to address 'mistakes'
Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Saturday that political parties had "made mistakes" in their running of the country, promising electoral reform and other measures as he sought to bring an end to protests.
China unveils rate reform to steer funding costs lower for firms
China’s central bank unveiled a key interest rate reform on Saturday to help steer borrowing costs lower for companies and support a slowing economy that has been hurt by a trade war with the US.
Top German regulator warns of threat from cheap money, presses banks to reform
Germany’s top financial regulator warned of the dangers posed to banks by cheap money and urged them to ‘get real’ in overhauling their businesses and axing loss-making operations.
Brazil markets spooked by minister's complaints on pension reform
Brazil’s economy minister and lower house speaker exchanged harsh words on Friday over progress on pension reform, creating another drag on Brazilian financial assets already feeling the heat from global market weakness.
Macron looks to match tax cuts with spending cuts
French President Emmanuel Macron ordered that further cuts to income tax must be matched euro-for-euro by cuts in public spending to keep the budget deficit from spiraling out of control, his finance minister said on Friday.
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.

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