First it was capital controls (no one talks about the success of Iceland with this policy) that the IMF revised. Now it is what the IMF refers to as “The policy that shall not be name”, Indutrial Policy, that is being rehabilitated.
Sigrún Davíðsdóttir’s Icelog: Paradise Papers and the onshore heart of the offshore industry
“The Paradise Papers emphasises, yet again, that the damaging effect of offshore is much more pervasive that robbing countries of tax. Offshore creates a two-tier business environment, hiding ownership and in general throwing an opaque […]
Independent Science News – Extensive Chemical Safety Fraud Uncovered at German Testing Laboratory
February 22, 2020 Mathew D. Rose Environment, EU politics, EU-Institutions, Food Production, Sustainability 0
Many of the studies supporting the EU’s reapproval of glyphosate came from this laboratory. Read here Monkey subject at LPT Hamburg Photo: Cruelty Free International and SOKO Tierschutz
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