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This article discusses to what extent should governments control markets via taxes and regulations.
Lots of developed economies are damaging their economies due to the regulations on companies in the short term, this gives them a fiscal surplus (making them look like good politicians), however in the broader picture it damages the economy, this is due to firms relocating to other countries where they have lower average costs and therefore higher profits. 514 more words
“China has spent nearly $100 billion in African projects over the last decade — and Jane Goodall is not impressed.
In an interview with Agence France-Press published on Monday, the longtime animal rights activist who has spent most of her life on the continent, compared Chinese investment with old-school British colonialism. 122 more words
In a previous post, I have discussed the characteristic roles of three innovation protagonists: societies, organisations, and entrepreneurs. Each have their strengths and weaknesses. And all of them interact with one another. 814 more words