This was the second monthly decline in a row. When one considers that the trade surplus with Britain was round €64 billion in the first eight months of the year (second only to the USA) and it shall be leaving/crashing out of the EU on 1 January, one can be rightly apprehensive.
Balkan Green Energy News: World’s largest companies promise much more climate action than they deliver
Large companies emphasize intentions to reduce carbon emissions to net zero, but according to the results of the latest analysis of corporate climate responsibility, 25 of the biggest ones in the world are on a […]
The big motor is fiscal policy and because of the flawed design in the Eurozone it is dysfunctional in the extreme. Central bank policy shifts can do little to counter the damage that fiscal austerity […]
In Britain academics are striking to defend their pensions. Pensions are just one of the many targets of neo-liberal policy. Executives at British Universities, whose financing seems to increasingly concentrate on business than education, have […]