BRUSSELS — Officials from the new European Commission will discuss a report by International Monetary Fund researchers that lists Luxembourg as a world-leading tax haven just days after the former leader of the Grand Duchy departs the EU executive’s helm. Vice-President Margrethe Vestager and tax commissioner Paolo Gentiloni will onRead More →

Ongoing environmental criticism, delays in building oil pipelines and a surge of separatist sentiment following the last federal election are hurting Alberta’s reputation, presenters at a business forum in Lake Louise said Friday. The rise of the western Canadian separation movement or “Wexit” cost Calgary an opportunity to attract aRead More →

TOKYO — Japan’s government is considering putting together a large-scale economic stimulus package with fiscal spending exceeding $92 billion, the Nikkei newspaper said, as soft global demand and the U.S.-China trade war dampen the country’s fragile recovery. Adding strain to Japan’s tattered finances, the government will issue more bonds toRead More →