Fresh food supply chains in Europe’s transnational agribusinesses depend on cheap, non-unionised, and privately managed labour from low-wage eastern European countries.
It’s the same everywhere with Uber. Entering the market as an enlightened company, then turning the exploitation screw and using legal tricks. Read here
A new report paints a rosy picture of the finance sector’s tax contribution. Prem Sikka digs a bit deeper… Read here
Sanctions are a form of collective punishment. Their costs are overwhelmingly borne by innocent people rather than governments. And they are just another form of war, not an alternative to it. The US’s many sanctions […]