Trump is seriously considering a capital gains tax cut
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Donald Trump is considering a capital gains tax cut in an effort to create more jobs.
- We are looking at also considering a capital gains tax cut, which would create a lot more jobs, said Trump Monday during a White House news conference.
The government foresees canceling a large part of the central bank's foreign currency obligations to commercial banks.
The plan includes several measures that are prerequisites to unlock funds from a preliminary deal with the IMF agreed in April.
Researchers at Japan Riken Center for Emergent Matter Science have achieved a major step forward in increasing the scalability of quantum computers.
Instead of simply incrementing the total qubits in a system, the researchers have demonstrated a triple-qubit, silicon-based quantum computing mechanism.
Another huge quantum computing breakthrough: New 100-qubit processor is built with atoms cooled down near to absolute zero.
By cooling atoms down to near absolute zero and then controlling them with lasers, a company has successfully created a 100-qubit quantum processor that compares to the systems developed by leading quantum players to date.
Sources: www.techradar.com, www.zdnet.com
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Ivan Nechayev, deputy director of the information and press department of the Russian Foreign Ministry, said at a briefing on Thursday, August 11, that the establishment of criteria for the accession of new BRICS members is already underway.
Iran and Argentina applied to join the BRICS, and later it became known that Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, and Algeria would also like to become part of the alliance.
In addition, Cuba's ambassador expressed the need for economic cooperation with the BRICS.
White House is finalizing a series of executive orders addressing key coronavirus stimulus priorities if negotiations with Congress fall apart.
"I wouldn't be surprised that, if something gets left off the table, we'd be like "we can take this executive action too and be able to win on it anyway," one official said.