The US Department of Labor’s weekly data releases are indicating that as the virus escalates, seemingly out of control, the labour market recovery has all but stalled and a reasonable prediction would be that it will deteriorate somewhat if the infection rate leads to tighter restrictions (which it should).
Until this year, the EU’s top polluters were mostly coal-fired power plants. But shipping is among the few industries not covered by the Paris climate agreement. Read here The MSC Gulsun launched this year as […]
Bill Mitchell tells the tale of two unions: Those who have borne the brunt of the European Union’s neo-liberal policy, and those who have profited. Read here
Italian austerity has left the nation in economic doldrums. None of this has been helped by the austerity dogma that has dominated Europe for almost a decade. It is not only Italy, but also Spain […]