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Preview: What to Look for in the November Jobs Report

We still have a large amount of sorting taking place as workers switch jobs and employers compete to find workers. This is largely a positive picture for workers, but this sorting process will likely continue well into 2022.
/ November 30, 2021

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Recognizing Native American Frontline Workers

and / November 17, 2021

Economy Adds 531,000 Jobs in October; Unemployment Falls to 4.6 Percent

/ November 05, 2021

Honduras 2021 Elections Live Blog

Today, November 28, Hondurans head to the polls for crucial elections amid escalating political violence across the country.
November 28, 2021
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Honduras to Hold Crucial Elections Amid Escalating Political Violence and Fears of Fraud

/ November 27, 2021

America as Tax Haven: It’s Becoming Part of US Foreign Policy

/ October 26, 2021

The Media’s War Against Biden Over Inflation

Inflation is a problem, but we need to look at the issue with clear eyes. There are good reasons for believing that many of the price increases we have seen in recent months are temporary and will be reversed.
/ November 24, 2021
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Recognizing Native American Frontline Workers

and / November 17, 2021

Getting High on Inflation

/ November 10, 2021
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Las sobretasas del FMI: injustas y contraproducentes

Este informe considera que los sobrecargos del FMI son inapropiados e injustificables, sobre todo en medio de la recesión mundial causada por la pandemia y en la recuperación muy desigual entre países.
, , and , , y / September 28, 2021 28 Septiembre 2021

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Por qué los DEG pertenecen a los Estados, no a los Bancos Centrales

/ September 14, 2021 14 Septiembre 2021

Nuevo gobierno ecuatoriano se une a poderosos lobbies internacionales para reincorporarse a tratados de inversión prohibidos por la Constitución

and y / July 16, 2021 16 Julio 2021

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Preview: What to Look for in the November Jobs Report

The IMF and Special Drawing Rights: Saving Lives, Backlash and Attempted Coup, and Structural Reform

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Un nuevo informe concluye que las sobretasas del FMI son “inapropiadas e injustificables”, especialmente durante la pandemia

Las sobretasas del FMI: injustas y contraproducentes

Por qué los DEG pertenecen a los Estados, no a los Bancos Centrales

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