Economic monitor: G-20’s coordinated blame blunting

The G-20 finance officials’ meeting in Chengdu, China, in advance of the September leaders’ summit, offered scant regional currency and stock market balm, as participants agreed to coordinate and strengthen fiscal, monetary and structural policies without taking specific action. Aides… Read More ›
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Corporate “Free Trade” IS Zero-Sum

Corporate “Free Trade” IS Zero-Sum:

In one thing Ebeling is right: his criticism of Clinton and Trump for suggesting it’s other countries that benefit at the expense of Americans. In actual fact it’s transnational corporations that are gaining at the expense of working people and consumers in both the United States and other countries.

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