The ‘cost of living’ crisis has structural dimensions – the privatised essential services etc which has spawned profiteering at the expense of service quality and scope and has been a problem for several decades now.
Climate Analytics: About 80% of EU and German, virtually all Polish coal plants non-compliant with new EU 2021 air pollution regulations
“For Germany, which accounts for about 30% of the EU coal fleet, around 80% of the coal fleet expected to be still operating in 2021 would not comply with the emissions standards under the new […]
Bill Mitchell: My response to a German critic of Modern Monetary Theory – Part 1
Bill Mitchell is one of the principal advocates of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT). In this posting he explains MMT and answers criticism by a German economist. Read here Also read our review of Mitchell and […]
Reuters: Euro zone October PMI adds to evidence bloc is heading for recession
Flash PMIs for October provide yet more evidence that the euro zone is sliding into quite a deep recession but that inflationary pressures remain intense Read Here Photo: KUKA Roboter GmbH, Bachmann
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