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Selected Articles: Phony Macroeconomics Lead to Illegal Trade and Mass Poverty.
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Mondialisation.ca, 25 mars 2016

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Islamic State documents, including invoices, which militants abandoned while retreating in haste. / RTISIS, Oil and Turkey: Ankara’s Illegal Trade with the Terrorists

By RT, March 24 2016

An RT Documentary crew filming in northern Syria has seen Islamic State (IS, ISIS/ISIL) documents abandoned by retreating terrorists and found by the Kurds that, along with captured IS recruits, provide a stunning insight into the alleged Turkey-IS oil trade links.

By John Ward, March 25 2016

At this month’s National People’s Congress (NPC), Chinese Premier Le Keqiang boasted that the central government would increase its poverty alleviation budget by 43.4 percent this year and lift at least 10 million people out of poverty by year’s end and another 55 million by 2020.

wall streetThe Fiction of U.S. Economic Recovery. Can You Figure Out What This Chart Means?

By Mike Whitney, March 23 2016

The U.S. economy is in the throes of the lousiest recovery since World War 2. “But how can that be”, you ask?

o-GLOBAL-ECONOMY-facebookSubprime Auto Loans: The Next Shoe to Drop?

By Mike Whitney, March 18 2016

Booming auto sales have more to do with low rates and easy financing than they do with the urge to buy a new vehicle.

TrumpMoney, Weapons and Poverty in America

By Michael T. Bucci, March 20 2016

Donald Trump says he is going to make America “great again”. That’s part of his campaign. What is greatness? Is greatness measured by money and armaments? If so, America is already great.

book front cover (small size)The Mega-Regional Trade Agreements (TTP, TTIP) vs. Bilateral Investment Treaties

By Kavaljit Singh, March 17 2016

A spate of mega-regional trade agreements with strong investment protection standards have been recently concluded or are currently under negotiations. The TPP (Transpacific Partnership) and TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Agreement) are prime examples of this growing trend.

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