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  1. The changing face of UK retail structured products

    Alongside technological developments, the future growth of the market for structured products may hinge on whether participants can capitalise on the UK government's recently announced changes to pension regulation.

  2. Google Responds to 'Right to Be Forgotten' Questionnaire

    Who published the information -- including whether the material was published by a reputable news source or government website; The breakdown by country for the six largest countries in terms of requests was as follows: requests have been made...

  3. 5 Reasons Why People Hate International Search Marketing

    In China, most people are still on dial-up, plus have a massive government firewall to further increase slowdown. The word “peck”, for example, isn’t translatable in French. Don’t even bring it up around me unless you're prepared to listen to me...

  4. How to Run Foreign Language PPC Campaigns

    To open a Baidu PPC account, for example, you will need a local presence with a Chinese domain website and a valid business certificate issued by the Chinese government. A literal translation of "car insurance" into French, for example, would be "l...

  5. Google+ Stream Filtering Upgrade In Works

    Then the government should let the citizens do everything else," he said. Schmidt named Paris specifically, although this may well have been because Le Web took place in the French capital. Google plans to add filtering mechanisms to Google...

  6. Louis Daguerre, Photography Inventor, Gets Google Doodle

    From this work the daguerreotype was developed and patented on January 7, 1839, but the patent was acquired by the French government by August 19 of that year. The French government saw the invention as a gift that should be shared with the world...

  7. Google Fighting Freedom of Press in Spain, Getting Fined in France

    Though freedom-of-expression provisions of Spanish law protect newspapers, legal gazettes and other publishers from government censors, the Spanish data regulator contends the protections don't extend to Internet search engines like Google," the...

  8. Social Media Around the World: Current Trends and Future Growth

    One key to the success of Chinese social media sites like Kaixin001 and Xing is the Golden Shield Project enforced by the Chinese government. As a leading blog site in Europe, Skyrock has long dominated the French, Belgian, and Swiss social media...

  9. French Create Google Tax, Starts Jan. 1

    The new tax on online advertising spends called the "Google tax" was passed by the French government this week and will start Jan. Industry professionals, including'Asic (Association of Community Internet Services) and the French branch of the IAB...

  10. Google "Confident" On Potential In-Depth EU Antitrust Inquiry

    At the same time, the Autorité de la concurrence was invited by the French government to submit comments on the online advertising market in the Fall. Although he did not name Google during his speech in London, Almunia's statement is clearly...

  11. Governors gloomy on outlook for pan-African currency

    I've told my political colleagues that in two of those five elections, the government in power lost, even though it spent like there was no tomorrow. Taking monetary policy outside of the country will limit the ability of the government to inflate...

  12. Politicians and regulators need to focus on supporting financial services

    The reaction of politicians and regulators to the financial crisis has, in the main, been akin to rearranging the deckchairs on the Titanic after it has sunk.This could be applied to the EU’s ill-fated alternative investment fund managers (AIFM...

  13. CDS lessons from the emerging markets

    The way Aberdeen’s Gutierrez tells it, the recent Hungarian episode saw hedge funds reacting too quickly to the government’s alarmism, which drove out CDS spreads and – to a lesser extent – bonds. By June 5, an outpouring of sceptical comment from...

  14. EU regulators ready to act in concert?

    Rumours first began swirling in Europe in the early evening of May 18, when a brief Reuters story reported the German government planned to ban naked short selling on certain stocks and government bonds from midnight.