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Remixing is a folk art but the techniques are the same ones used at any level of creation: copy, transform, and combine. You could even say that everything is a remix.
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Switzerland has for centuries been the priority for people seeking to hide their fortunes and dodge taxes. Amid the escalating crackdown on national banks, the wealty are relocating to Singapore and Hong Kong – Why?
“Singapore lack taxes on capital gains and most foreign dividends; and system allowing depositors to open accounts in the guise of corporations, trusts and limited liability companies.”
Hong Kong does not have formal bank secrecy laws, it allows the formation of opaque companies that often serve as conduits for tax evasion. It also does not tax capital gains or deposit interest, and for corporations, it taxes only Hong Kong-sourced income.”
View the full article from the NY Times: Seeking Bank Secrecy in Asia.
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Too the extent the vintage wine price can be used as an economic indicator it looks like South Africa is recovering from the financial crisis. The nation’s biggest Wine Auction in Paarl wine district this weekend reached vital levels:
“South African vintners raised 41 percent more money at the annual Nederburg Auction, the biggest of its kind in the country, as increased bidding reversed a two- year decline.
Income at the Nederburg Auction jumped to 5.68 million rand ($789,513) from just over 4 million rand a year earlier.”
Full story from Bloomberg here.