Tags: NULL Osborne: Labour denying deficit KCS-content whatsapp Show Comments ▼ Ad Unmute by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeMisterStoryWoman Files For Divorce After Seeing This Photo – Can You See Why?MisterStoryUndoTotal PastThe Ingenious Reason There Are No Mosquitoes At Disney WorldTotal PastUndoNoteabley25 Funny Notes Written By StrangersNoteableyUndoMoneyPailShe Was A Star, Now She Works In ScottsdaleMoneyPailUndoSerendipity TimesInside Coco Chanel’s Eerily Abandoned Mansion Frozen In TimeSerendipity TimesUndoBrake For ItThe Most Worthless Cars Ever MadeBrake For ItUndoBetterBe20 Stunning Female AthletesBetterBeUndomoneycougar.comThis Proves The Osmonds Weren’t So Innocentmoneycougar.comUndoMagellan TimesThis Is Why The Roy Rogers Museum Has Been Closed For GoodMagellan TimesUndo GEORGE Osborne will today launch a scathing attack on Labour’s approach to the deficit, insisting that a slower pace of spending cuts would lead to a credit downgrade, higher interest rates and turmoil in financial markets.The chancellor will use his speech to the Tory conference in Birmingham to round on Labour’s new leader Ed Miliband, who has said that plans to cut public spending by an average of 25 per cent by 2014-15 could tip Britain back into recession.“Imagine, if I were to stand up in the House of Commons in two weeks time and say: I’m cancelling the deficit plan. I agree with Ed Miliband. Let’s delay the tough decisions. Let’s borrow more. Let’s go on adding to our debt,” Osborne is expected to say.“Imagine what would follow. The market turmoil. The flight of investors. The dismay of business. The loss of confidence. The credit downgrade. The sharp rise in market interest rates. The extra debt interest. The lost jobs. The cancelled investment. The businesses destroyed. The recovery halted. The return of crippling economic instability.”Osborne will claim that Miliband and the trade unions, who have also called for a more leisurely pace of spending cuts, are increasingly isolated in the debate over Britain’s £109bn structural deficitHe is expected to reel off a long list of those who have backed his plan for deep cuts, including the IMF, the OECD, credit rating agencies, the European Commission, the CBI, and Bank of England governor Mervyn King.Osborne will also confirm the government’s intention to “rebalance” the economy, so it is less reliant on the financial services sector and the City. Britain cannot create “prosperity for all… by hitching the country’s entire fortunes again to the City of London,” he will say.Osborne’s decision to focus on the need for swingeing public spending cuts is seen as risky by some party strategists, who fear the government is failing to outline an optimistic vision for the economy.Sources close to Ed Miliband last night said his approach to the deficit was “near identical” to David Miliband’s, and accused the chancellor of “resorting to the politics of scaremongering and pessimism”.But an aide to Osborne told City A.M.: “This isn’t about optimism or pessimism, it’s about living in the real work. George is tackling the economic arguments head-on”. Sunday 3 October 2010 11:32 pm Share whatsapp
] April 22nd news billion state power network, Argentina Electronic Commerce Association released data show that in 2014, Argentina e-commerce has achieved annual growth of 61.7% of the impressive performance in the face of adversity.
Argentina chamber of Commerce Chairman Gustavo Sambucetti said: Argentina e-commerce continued rapid growth in 2014 is more than 61%, turnover of up to $4 billion 500 million. In the past five years, Argentina’s B2C and C2C business grew at an average annual rate of 50.3%. Argentina electricity supplier transaction size has accounted for 1.6% of Argentina’s total retail sales".
is reported that Argentina has a total of 40 million people, while the number of Internet users up to about 30000000, of which about half of the people in 2014 had been online shopping behavior. In last year’s $4 billion 500 million (excluding VAT) electricity supplier turnover, 90.52% from B2C, from C2C.
billion state power network found from the related report, Argentina electronic commerce continued rapid growth is mainly due to the following factors:
1, the growth in the number of Internet users. 2004, Argentina has only 7 million 600 thousand Internet users, and by 2014, this figure has reached 32 million.
2, the number of online shopping in the proportion of Internet users in the rapid growth. 2004, the country has only 10% of Internet users conducted online shopping behavior, in 2014 this proportion increased to more than 49%.
3, the rapid development of mobile electricity supplier. At present, there are more than 1/3 of the Argentina company to create a mobile e-commerce site.
4, the rise of social networking sites. 90% of Argentina’s Internet users use social networking sites, and Argentina’s social networking sites on the Internet to carry out sales activities of.
5, the improvement of logistics system. In recent years, Argentina’s logistics system has been greatly enhanced in the delivery time, the nationwide door-to-door delivery time is not more than a week. The improvement of logistics system promotes the development of online payment service.
6, a relatively low price of online shopping is leading to the rapid growth of electricity supplier in Argentina another boost.
7, the increase in the frequency of use of credit cards to promote the rapid growth of e-commerce in Argentina. Currently, 70% of Argentina online shoppers using credit card payments.
8, O2O model promotion. More and more consumers in Argentina will negotiate the price through the phone and businesses, and then go down the line to buy. In addition, Argentina O2O model of online car sales is very hot.
, the Latin American logistics service provider tecshare international to billion state power network of Chinese pointed out that cross-border electricity supplier practitioners, Latin America is a very potential market, but it has its own defects, so a lot of people are afraid to touch "".