The ongoing debate on a European minimum wage

Over recent years, but mostly during the economic and social crisis endangered by Covid-19, the creation of a European minimum wage has started becoming a hot topic, increasingly discussed and relevant. Indeed, according to many economists, this tool represents a useful instrument to ensure fair wages and social inclusion all over the Union. Even if […]

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Who to choose: The Politician or the Businessman?

At this moment Colombia, a country that has been ruled by the right and center-right for nearly the last two decades, is near to the date of taking the decision of whether to accept a radical change and introduce a communist ideology or whether to adopt a government from the center. At almost two weeks […]

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Crisis in Global Supply Chain
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China’s exports have suffered the greatest share under the circumstances of a shaken economy by the covid lockdown, the Ukraine war, and the increasing interest rates in the U.S and E.U. The higher shipping costs and increasing demand from consumers have resulted in the augmentation of the price of basic consumer goods. In the current […]

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