Economics

October 18: The explosion against plundering, elitist and discriminatory Chile

According to the former leather and footwear trade union leader, Juan Jara (leadership period: 1965-1973), the capitalist economic model was implemented in Chile for the benefit of the big businessmen to the detriment and with the clear purpose of subjugating…

When Pakistan praises Bangladesh!

Op Ed by Pathik Hasan Pakistan had been exploiting Bangladesh systematically and its economy was built on the money of Bangladesh. However, Bangladesh got its great independence from Pakistan in 1971 through a bloody hardcore struggle. The country under the…

Youth unemployment in Italy

Youth unemployment is the situation of young people between the ages of 15 and 24 who do not have a job but are willing and able to work and actively searching for a position. According to the statics, in summer…

PetroPeru and the end of corruption

After the dismissal of 19 Petro Peru managers, all linked to the corruption machine of Keiko Fujimori and Martin Vizcarra, the corrupt press of neo-liberalism began a campaign of image laundering of these characters, the former managers, known as the…

Chile. “If there is gas collusion, then distribution should be done by a public company”: Sector workers

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), as well as Natural Gas (NG) is imported to Chile mainly from Argentina and the United States through the sea. It arrives in the country at two regasification plants: the one in Quintero and the one…

A Call to Practice an Ethic of Care by Sharing Surplus

Given the institutions that today´s dominant economic science and today´s prevailing common sense assume, sustainable good jobs for everybody, paid for by the wage funds created by the sale of products the employees contribute to making, will never happen. There…

How Facebook’s Quest for Profits Is Paved on Hate and Lies

New revelations by a whistleblower prove that the world’s largest social media platform understands clearly its negative impact on society, but that profits are a greater lure than preserving democracy. By Sonali Kolhatkar Facebook’s former employee Frances Haugen, in an…

Making sense of Bangladesh’s investment in megaprojects: development or delusion?

by Kazi Mohammad Jamshed History manifests that Megaprojects may become landmarks for a country by bringing transformational impact on the lives of the long-deprived people. Infrastructure-megaprojects are material drivers for accelerating the economic growth of developing countries especially while in…

Ecuador: Lasso and the Pandora’s Papers, chronicle of a plunder

The country is literally bleeding to death from its prisons, the place where the state and society hide their injustices and indifference to them; the place where the immiserated are confined, those who have been deprived of a future and…

What Does India Get Out of Being Part of ‘The Quad’?

Australia has joined the U.S. and UK games to contain China, leaving India unclear in the Quad and isolated in Asia. Tied to the waning imperial power of the U.S., India is gradually losing strategic autonomy. By Prabir Purkayastha The…

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