In Part 1, I introduced the discussion about the use of industry policies in the Keynesian period after World War 2. Most nations adopted a mixed planning-market based system for allocating productive resources and the state was always central in setting out planning parameters, direct ownership and employment, and regulation. It was a system that researchers described as being “highly successful”.
Malta contniues its policy of selling citizenship to the rich. To obtain a Maltese passport, which grants the holder full access to the European Union, applicants must pay €650,000 and invest €150,000 in government stocks […]
They are not only above the law, they seem to make it. The big four auditing companies, PwC, Ernst & Young, KPMG, and Deloitte, provide frauds and fiddles, the production of questionable and false company […]
Amnesty International – EU: Diminished “Operation Sophia” abandons refugees and migrants to reckless Libyan Coast Guard
We need to apologise. We had assumed that a scandal of this dimension would be covered by European mainstream media and thus felt we need not post an article. How wrong we were. Read here