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Updated on December 31, 2021 by healthlines
3% to corporate profits + 1.8% preexisting inflation + 2% from government spending/supply shocks = 6.8% total inflation rate. Eurozone inflatie nog 3,2 procent in 2022. The Covid-19 pandemic has taken a drastic human toll, and the economic… Read More
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Updated on January 1, 2022 by healthlines
It make sense for people to manage their own risk as if we are on the verge of endemicity, but someone has to be taking centralised preparatory actions in case the pandemic is not actually over. A new… Read More
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Updated on October 9, 2021 by healthlines
What does an election mean in Russia? Why Trump still has so many supporters at a time when the coronavirus epidemic is raging. Watching fellow Chinese intellectuals double down on their support for former U.S. President Donald Trump…. Read More
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Updated on January 6, 2022 by healthlines
Sporting and political debacles don’t come much bigger, louder or more global in interest. Novak, Novax, Novisa. The coronavirus has leapt out of its urban cage into remote indigenous communities in Australia’s Northern Territory. An outback conspiracy. The… Read More
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