The Power of the Pachyderm: Currency Traders and the New Gold Standard
- Members of Congress call on President Clinton to cancel Central American debts. // Network News;Winter99, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p20
Focuses on the campaign by the United States Congress lawmakers for President Bill Clinton to cancel international debts of countries in Central America damaged by Hurricane Mitch in January 1999. Total value of debts at stake.
- FLAWLESS VOTE COUNTS. Mahoney, Matt // Technology Review;Sep2008, Vol. 111 Issue 5, p22
The article reports on the cryptographic system, developed under the leadership of electronic-cash pioneer David Chaum in the U.S. It relates that the system provides guarantee that every vote cast using an optical scanner is correctly recorded, while maintaining the voters' privacy. It provides...
- Reflections on a Great Start. Tuttle, Marv // Journal of Financial Planning;Dec1996, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p10
The latest rung in the U.S. success ladder is rite recognition and signoff by Congress and President Bill Clinton on amendments to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, designed to pave the way to uniform regulation of the investment advisory community and enable financial planners to benefits...
- Should the U.S. Congress Approve the Bretton Woods Proposals? CON. Folger, John Clifford // Congressional Digest;May45, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p151
Provides a contradictory statement on the need for U.S. Congress approval of the Bretton Woods proposal for monetary stabilization. Financial commitment of debtors; Business arrangement of external debt; Technical project for currency stabilization.
- Will we look the other way as nations drown in debt? Chittister, Joan // National Catholic Reporter;10/06/2000, Vol. 36 Issue 43, p20
Discusses the views of United States (U.S.) President Bill Clinton on the Congressional approval of legislation designed to deal with the Third World debt relief of underdeveloped countries. Overview of the legislation; Premises that have been the focus of the debt-relief movement;...
- Clinton asks world to forgive African debt. Browne, J. Zamgba // New York Amsterdam News;03/25/99, Vol. 90 Issue 13, p2
Reports that United States President Bill Clinton has unveiled a plan to ask international creditors to forgive $70 billion of Africa's debt. Holding of the conference on the US-African Partnership for the 21st Century; Total forgiveness of all bilateral concessional loans; Reduction of other...
- World Debts and Domestic Deflation. // New Republic;11/30/32, Vol. 73 Issue 939, p57
Focuses on the request of principal European debtors to the U.S. administration regarding the postponement of war-debt payments due. Consequences of this postponement on stock markets and on foreign Exchange; Attitude of the U.S. Congress for its policy to revise war-debt payment system;...
- Budget delay should not harm D.C.'s credit status. Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer;09/30/99, Vol. 329 Issue 30737, p4
Reports that a budget delay will not harm District of Columbia's credit status. President Bill Clinton's signing of a stopgap spending measure; Differences of the administration and the US Congress over federal spending.
- A disappointed Nigeria prepares for Clinton. Oyo, Remi // New York Amsterdam News;08/17/2000, Vol. 91 Issue 33, p2
Reports the plans of United States President Bill Clinton to visit Nigeria on August 2000. Disappointment of Nigerians over the conclusions of the Okinawa G8 Summit; Crusade on debt-cancellation of poor nations led by Nigerian Foreign Minister Dubem Onyia; Assistance given by the US government...