#economy

  • Article: Zimbabwe's Economic Crisis Drives Medicine to the Black Market

    Zimbabwe's Economic Crisis Drives Medicine to the Black Market

    From Voice of America|Oct. 24, 2018

    "Those medicines are being smuggled into the country, we have not tested them for safety." Read more

  • Article: Climate Disasters Cause Global Economic Losses to Soar: UN

    Climate Disasters Cause Global Economic Losses to Soar: UN

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Oct. 10, 2018

    In the past 20 years, 77% of disaster losses were caused by extreme weather. Read more

  • Article: New Zealand Releases Extensive Plan to Achieve a Low Emissions Economy by 2050

    New Zealand Releases Extensive Plan to Achieve a Low Emissions Economy by 2050

    By Madeleine Keck|Sept. 24, 2018

    A new report believes a shift to a low emissions economy would be "challenging but achievable." Read more

  • Article: Women Could Boost Asian Economies by $4.5 Trillion, Report Says

    Women Could Boost Asian Economies by $4.5 Trillion, Report Says

    April 26, 2018

    Gender inequality is holding back workforce in Bangladesh, India, China Read more

  • Article: Canada’s Economy Benefits A LOT From Women In The Workforce

    Canada’s Economy Benefits A LOT From Women In The Workforce

    By Jackie Marchildon|March 8, 2018

    Who run the world? Read more

  • Article: This Is What It Actually Costs Countries to Accept Refugees

    This Is What It Actually Costs Countries to Accept Refugees

    From News Deeply|Aug. 16, 2017

    *Spoiler* Refugees are not burdens to the economy. Read more

  • Article: Amid the Dark, Narrow Alleys of India's Largest Slum, a Micro-Economy Bustles

    Amid the Dark, Narrow Alleys of India's Largest Slum, a Micro-Economy Bustles

    By Colleen Curry|Nov. 15, 2016

    It's famous from "Slumdog Millionaire" but Dharavi has more to it than mere poverty. Read more

  • Article: Can we continue to justify unpaid internships?

    Can we continue to justify unpaid internships?

    By Allie Kehoe|Global Poverty Project|Feb. 10, 2015

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