This is what happens when people come back from vacation in China and try to get into Beijing. And you thought your puny traffic jams were crazy.
Unlike previous generations, they are expected to foot the bill for an expensive education. The average graduate now owes the government more than 50,800 pounds, or $64,000, a debt to be paid back gradually upon […]
Chinese academics recently delivered a stark warning to the country’s leaders: China is facing its most precipitous decline in population in decades, setting the stage for potential demographic, economic and even political crises in the […]
If a well-connected rival wants somebody’s law practice or tech startup, there’s a fair chance he can get it. Here’s the latest twist on these assaults. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2018-01-29/when-russian-officials-nightmare-your-business-you-can-lose-everything-even-your-life?srnd=premium
American Action Forum President Doug Holtz-Eakin and The Weekly Standard deputy managing editor Kelly Jane Torrance discuss the protests in France and the economic problems facing Europe.
France is now the most heavily taxed developed nation, according to the latest annual review by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. French tax revenues rose in 2017 to the equivalent of 46.2 percent […]
Public perceptions, however, aren’t necessarily shaped by personal experience. In recent years, Sweden has seen a sharp increase in shootings: The number of lethal incidents in which firearms were involved has increased from 17 in […]
Perrotta’s company, Tortuga, is joining what industry experts say is the biggest shift in cross-border supply chains since China joined the World Trade Organisation in 2001. The shift is creating stiff competition to secure new […]
As oil from Alberta continues to sell at record discounts, American refineries are enjoying lucrative profit margins at the expense of Canadian oil producers. But beyond pipelines not being built, what’s behind the issues Canada’s […]