VOA:时事新闻 (共31篇)


Mossack Fonseca: Law Firm Behind 'Panama Papers'
For nearly 40 years, a lawfirmin Panama helped drug dealers, criminals, corrupt politicians, sports stars and billionaires avoid paying taxes. A group of investigative journalists said the Mossack Fonseca law firm has helped people from more than 200
Social Business Starters on the Rise
Social entrepreneurs – people who createstart-upcompanies that would help the environment, health care or agriculture – are on the rise. These entrepreneurs useinnovationtotackleimportant economic and social problems. They can be for-profit or non-profit
Protecting Migrant Workers Helps Host Countries
A new U.N. reporton labor and migration in the Asia Pacific area says economic gains from migration are often ignored. The report calls for greater cooperation to avoid inequalities and human rights abuses. The United Nations released the report February
Kerry: 'We Are Brussels'
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with the Belgian Prime Minister on Friday to support Belgium after terrorist attacks there killed dozens and wounded hundreds this week. Kerry spoke in English, French and Flemish, saying, “We are Brussels.” A
China Not Ready to Ease Market Control
China will not relax government control over the stock market, said a new securities regulator. Those controls include how stocks are offered for public sale. Official control over first-time stock offerings, known as initial public offerings (or IPOs)
Yahoo's Mayer Has Huge Compensation Package
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has a huge pay package, although her company's share price hasslumped , reports Bloomberg News. She is the 23rd-highest paid executive of 200 on the Bloomberg Pay Index. Top executives often receive a pay, or compensation package
World Freedom Declines for 10th Year
A human rights group says the slowing world economy, acrackdownon dissidents and dislike of foreigners fleeing their country have led to a sharp drop in freedom around the world for the 10thconsecutiveyear. Freedom House, a U.S.-based human rights group,
Vietnam, EU Trade Deal Talks Look Hopeful
Vietnamese could buy Italian machinery and Austrians could wear more athletic shoes from Vietnam. That is because Vietnam is moving closer to reaching a trade deal with the European Union. Negotiations ended December 2. For Vietnam, the agreement