Last month Prime Minister Mia Mottley announced pension reform plans to include making the National Insurance Scheme (NIS) more independent.
Clare Daly: Russian energy imports would lead to “disastrous inflation, rocketing energy costs, and a historic decline in living standards”.
Hungary Prime Minister Viktor Orban said his country will accept Moscow’s directive that Russian gas supplies be paid-for in rubles.
Mexico, which has put in place a gas subsidy to soften prices, said the policy would not apply this week, as more Americans drive south.
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Europe (EU) countries, where Gazprom accounts for about 40% of gas supplies, have stated their refusal to pay for Russian gas in roubles.