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Supreme Court could hit the tax system

The Supreme Court's decision to hear a pivotal tax case has profound implications for the future of the U.S. tax system.
At stake is the constitutionality of a proposed wealth tax, which could address economic disparities or dismantle key aspects of the existing tax framework.
A favorable ruling may promote social equity, while an adverse outcome could preserve individual economic freedom.
The case underscores the delicate balance between economic growth and fairness, making it a crucial moment in the nation's fiscal history with far-reaching implications.
The Supreme Court is expected to issue a decision by June 2024.

Russian MF proposed an independent financial system for BRICS

On February 27, 2024, the first in-person meeting of finance ministers and central bank governors from BRICS countries took place in Sao Paulo, Brazil, as part of Russia's chairmanship.
The event marked a significant milestone for BRICS, emphasizing its growing importance globally with an increased number of participants.
During the meeting, Russia's Minister of Finance, Anton Siluanov, and First Deputy Chairman of the Bank of Russia, Vladimir Chistyukhin, presented the key focus areas, highlighting the theme of the chairmanship: improving the international monetary and financial system.
The participants, including Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, generally supported these priorities, signaling a collective commitment to addressing the role of developing countries in the global economy.
a crucial step is creating an independent financial infrastructure to bolster the autonomy and financial sovereignty of developing countries.
To enhance the global financial system, it's crucial to create practical opportunities for an independent financial infrastructure, reinforcing the autonomy and financial sovereignty of developing nations.
"The current system based on the existing Western financial infrastructure and the use of reserve currencies has a number of fundamental flaws. Such infrastructure should be available to everyone.
Financial infrastructure must be accessible to everyone and independent of the will of individual countries. Otherwise, we are faced with artificially created barriers to trade, investment and technology, even in transactions between third countries. This leads to a slowdown in global economic growth."
Siluanov said.

Donald Trump hints the gold standard again

Donald Trump is trying to tell us something about the return to the gold standard, citing an interesting section from the Constitution.
He posted on his network an article of the Constitution that specifically talks about Gold & Silver Coin as legal tender.
Article I, Section 10, Clause 1:
"No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills of Credit;
make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts;
pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, or Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility."
Posted on T.S., February 26.

Russia to test payments in digital currencies

Russia is ready to start testing payments in digital currencies with China or countries of the Eurasian Economic Union and will promote the idea with its partners,
Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov told state media in remarks published on Monday.
Siluanov: "We discussed this topic at the end of last year at the inter-ministerial dialogue."
He restated that any foreign acts involving Russian assets would be met with an equal response from Moscow.

US Rep Calls for Abolishing Income Tax

Rep. Thomas Massie posted on February 24 that the federal income tax was unconstitutional for much of U.S. history and called for its repeal.
Massie: "The federal income tax was unconstitutional for most of our countyâ??s existence.
The founders of this country would have never agreed to it.
We should repeal it."

United States and China are seeking debt relief measures

The United States and China are in frequent discussions to prevent emerging market sovereign defaults.
Talks include preemptive measures such as extending loan periods to ease the annual debt service burden of over US$400 billion for poor countries.
Ideas also involve increased financing from the World Bank and others to address high borrowing rates.
The aim is to implement these measures before countries default and enter formal restructuring talks with creditors.
The Treasury Department: "we talk frequently with China about sovereign debt concerns.
And we talk to many countries about how to make sure the international financial architecture is meeting low-income country financing needs".

Russia invites Iraq to join BRICS

The Russian ambassador in Baghdad Elbrus Kutrashev invites Iraq to join BRICS.
He expressed personal ties to the country. Russia pledges support and dismisses any agenda against the U.S.
He recalls Iraq's resistance to American occupation and clarifies Russian companies' interest in Iraq as commercial expansion, not filling voids.
The ambassador denies plans to send Russian forces, emphasizing it's not Russia's approach but the U.S.'s.
Additionally, he mentions Iraq's role in mediating conflicts and affirms Russia's readiness for a solution.

Zimbabwe to back its currency with gold

Update: The IMF urged Zimbabwe to expedite currency reforms during a recent staff visit, emphasizing a move towards a market-driven exchange rate and the removal of existing distortions.
Zimbabwe's Finance Minister announced new measures to stabilize its local currency in an online press briefing held Monday.
Zimbabwe to back its currency with hard assets such as gold to end exchange-rate instability, Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube said.
"The idea going forward is to make sure that we manage the growth of liquidity which has a high correlation to money supply growth and inflation.
The way to do that is to link the exchange rate to some hard asset such as gold," said Ncube.
He also announced a conference of African ministers that Zimbabwe will host at the end of this month.


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