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  1. Companies Continue Flocking to China

    Despite ‘Decoupling’ Narrative, Companies Continue Flocking to China

    Lawmakers must do more to encourage shift in corporate behavior

    Commentary by Fan Yu
    July 12, 2020

    “Decoupling” from China seems easier said than done.

    Despite signals from U.S. political leaders to reduce economic and financial affiliation with the Chinese regime, in practice, U.S. financial institutions seem to be edging ...
  2. NYPD cop placed in headlock as cheering crowd looks on

    Quote Originally Posted by ExpressLane View Post
    Should have tazered that dude.
  3. From Coronavirus Crisis to Economic Crisis

    From Coronavirus Crisis to Economic Crisis

    July 10, 2020 | By Yiming (

    The coronavirus (Wuhan pneumonia) crisis is not yet over, and the people in China are already being hit with an even more severe crisis—the economy. Housing prices and rental incomes have fallen, but monthly repayments to the bank remain the same; wages and bonuses have decreased, but school tuition fees and medical expenses for the elderly ...
  4. Slow and Painful Jobs Recovery

    The Slow and Painful Path to Jobs Recovery

    Commentary by Daniel Lacalle
    July 6, 2020

    The United States recovered 4.8 million jobs in June, adding to May’s 2.5 million jobs rebound. The U.S. employment recovery is faster and stronger than the eurozone one, which has over 40 million workers on subsidized furlough schemes added to a 7.4 percent unemployment that is expected to rise to 11 percent by September.
  5. Radical ‘Great Reset’ of Capitalism

    Al Gore, John Kerry, Other World Leaders Call for Radical ‘Great Reset’ of Capitalism

    Commentary by Justin Haskins
    July 4, 2020

    The COVID-19 pandemic has produced unprecedented economic conditions. Around the world, millions of people have lost their jobs, thousands of businesses have closed, and travel has been limited. The United States has not experienced an economic calamity of this magnitude since the Great Depression. ...
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