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Triggers in USDollar Collapse

Nowadays the chief exports by the United States are fraudulent bonds, war material, diabetes, genetically modified foods, deadly laced vaccines. and empty vessel containers. It is curious how easily the rest of the world follows the disastrous US lead, like with housing bubbles, stock bubbles, GMO foods, fracking contamination, sanctions, financial market rigging, hyper monetary inflation, and security strictures toward the fascist state. 2,666 more words

The International Reporter

Speak up for affordable medicine

Iol news, Nobember 19, 2015. US and European pharmaceutical industries see South Africa as “ground zero” for keeping their large profit margins, say Julia Hill and Catherine Tomlinson.  1,493 more words

Drug Pricing

Treaty on Climate Change at Paris Summit - Sri Lanka’s contribution - I

Original Article: Link

November 23, 2015, 7:14 pm

By Dr. Janaka Ratnasiri

The 21st Conference of Parties (COP) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to be held from November 30 to December 11 in Paris will be a historic occasion as the adoption of a new treaty to arrest climate change, with commitments on all parties, is in its agenda. 1,751 more words

The Island

Argentina's New President Poised to Roll Back Gains for Multipolar World

Sputnik – November 23, 2015

On Sunday, Argentina held a runoff vote to pick its next president, resulting in a narrow victory for conservative Let’s Change coalition candidate Mauricio Macri over his center-left Front for Victory coalition opponent, Daniel Scioli.

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Aletho News

Making Boom Bust Even Better: Five Ways to Improve RT's Finance Flagship

Indubitably one of the more compelling current affairs shows on a globally-syndicated television station, RT America’s Boom Bust is one of very few programmes that our Creative Director & CSO will go out of his way to record. 444 more words


Brazilian inflation hit double digits for the first time in a dozen years

Brazil’s economy continues to deteriorate.

The country’s statistics department just released its latest batch of inflation numbers (link in Portuguese). The data show prices increased 10.3% in November from the same time a year earlier, the fastest pace since 2003 and also the first reading above 10% since that time. 269 more words