By Robert F. Loughran, Foster LLP
US President Donald Trump focused on immigration in the initial weeks of his administration. Within the first week, President Trump issued two executive orders directing Congress to allocate funds to build a wall along the border with Mexico, eliminate so-called sanctuary cities and remove all undocumented immigrants.
By Aditya Kumar, Ashwani & Associates, Chartered Accountants
While the banking regulations in India were providing various restructuring mechanisms to address the mounting debt problem, ranging from CDR, SDR or the Scheme for Sustainable Restructuring, the Government has enacted the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code in line with what exists in most developed countries.
By Tilo Drebes, AIOS GmbH
Since the Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the city of Berlin and its housing market have seen quite a volatile development. With a population of around 3.4 million that year, expectations were that this would increase to more than 4 million as a result of the German reunification and the respective economic impetus. Consequently, real estate prices between 1989 and ca. 1995 soared.