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Here is my modest list of the major economic events of the year. 1. The deep global contraction of gross domestic product (GDP). In the first three quarters of 2020, GDP in the Philippines in particular had contracted by -9.7%, the worst-performing economy in ASEAN and among the worst in the world. 2. World exports …

While the past year has been dominated by the enormous human costs of COVID-19, the next few years will be devoted to its economic consequences, including the alarming rise in US debt. What is needed is multilateral cooperation – a new “Grand Alliance”. Congressional leaders failed to strike a bipartisan deal on a $ 900 …

The Richardson Chamber of Commerce touts some of the biggest economic developments of 2020 following recognition of a city partnership dedicated to promoting business growth. the Richardson Economic Development Partnership has been accredited for another four years by the International Economic Development Council, a not-for-profit organization that describes itself as the largest of its kind …

December 05, 2021 Can December start the snow season? December could be the month we see measurable snowfall. In the past we have seen pretty decent snowfall in December and also a few White Christmases. It’s always good to be prepared for snow, no matter when it comes. Keep the snow shovel ready. Keep a …

NITI Aayog Vice President Dr Rajiv Kumar said the pandemic has changed a lot and has also shown new ways of doing things, many of which will stay in the post-Covid world. Hindustan Times, New Delhi | Throughhindustantimes.com | Edited by Kanishka Sarkar India’s economy will be among the best economies in the world over …

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail There is a strong notion in society that people need to ‘grind’ until they die, meaning that after college life should consist of eight hours of work a day, 14 days. of leave per year and constant stress. However, one entrepreneur decided that he was tired of …