The Guardian • economic

Issue #2016

Why Western predictions on China were mostly wrong in past decade

When commenting on China, some in the West only see a country constantly at the cusp of crisis, ranging from predictions of a “China hard...

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Issue #1973

Businesses exploit JobKeeper subsidy

It has been revealed that businesses have rorted the JobKeeper program during 2020, with many of them using it to turn a profit.

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Issue #2003

The end of US dollar hegemony

What is the potential impact on Australia and its workers of the end of US dollar hegemony? This is not an idle question, but a...

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Issue #2025

The rediscovery of economic planning in Russia

Is Russia rediscovering the economic benefits of planning? Judging by the material presented at the recent Eastern Economic Forum, held in Vladivostok on 5-8 September,...

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Weasel Words heading Issue #2033


RESPONSIBLE /rɪˈspɒn.sə.bəl/ A very useful word this one. You can be responsible for something, for example all governments claim to be responsible for good economic...

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Issue #1984

Greenwashing dirty investments

Is there a company that doesn’t claim to support the Paris Agreement on climate change? The agreement was signed in 2015 and since then the...

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Issue #1984

The Liberals are not good economic managers

We hear it all the time, but we especially hear it during election season: “the Liberals are good economic managers! Labor just spends, spends, spends!”...

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Issue #2029

The CPC unites and leads the Chinese people to realise rapid development

Vinnie Molina, National President of the Communist Party of Australia (CPA), said recently in an exclusive interview with a reporter from Xinhua News Agency that...

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Issue #2030

A wellbeing budget for Australia 2022-23 and beyond

Our wellbeing as Australians into the future will be determined very much by what is given priority in the national budget. Because a Labor government...

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