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[ad_1] Over the past three decades, global inequality has reached a critical level. The world’s 26 richest people own as much as poorest 50%. Multinational fashion companies have secured billions of dollars by moving production locations abroad and using supply chains in developing countries including Bangladesh, China, India, and Myanmar,Continue Reading

Coronavirus deaths and swelling public sector debt share a data-quality problem

[ad_1] Different countries report coronavirus data differently. Shutterstock.com Watching scientists, politicians and journalists struggle to compare national death rates from the coronavirus pandemic, I had an acute case of déjà vu. Though the virus may be novel, the confusion generated by inconsistent data standards is anything but. It’s something I’veContinue Reading

Overall, the idea for penning this article is the fact remarkable British scientist Dr. Athina Karatzogianni has recently participated in the international conference ‘Post-Apocalyptic life era – Pale-2020’. It should be taken for granted, the British scientists and experts have been active internationally for recent years. Hence, this produces aContinue Reading

The United Kingdom is recognised as one of the most mature countries in the globalised world today. It is reasonable to assume that for centuries the United Kingdom, being one of the most proactive countries, has taken one of the key roles in determining the pace of technological development onContinue Reading