South32 (itself a BHP spin-off, although BHP wasn't clever enough to put all its thermal coal in there) just had a bit of a saga trying to sell its South African coal business. In the end they had to pay to dispose of it, between $125-175m.
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Recovery and Resilience Plan includes 175 critical investments, projects and reforms, @PeloniAris says
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New Zealand is raising its min. wage to $20/hr & increasing its tax rate to 39% for its top earners. The wage increase will benefit ~175,500 workers. The new tax rate will affect ~2% of earners. PM Ardern said it helps the most vulnerable but “there is still much more to do.”
11 years ago today WikiLeaks published Collateral Murder. It was a defining moment in our understanding of the Iraq war. The publisher, Julian Assange, faces a 175 year sentence for publishing evidence of such crimes, government abuses & corruption
If this isn’t a Marie Antionette moment I don’t know what is. Who cares about a redesigned rose garden when we’re in the middle of a pandemic, 175k+ people are dead and millions are out of work?