There is no secret that China is currently looking for alternative means to grow its economy and sustain itself for generations to come just as General Mao attempted in 1957. He believed that the State and not market forces should dictate how the country is managed. During his tenure General Mao initiated the Great Leap […]
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In 2012, in an effort to address citizens’ concerns regarding its growing migrant population the United Kingdom released a report that was completed by the Migration Observatory, which revealed students were the largest and fastest growing group among non-EU migrants to the UK. With the UK’s population projected to each close to 70 million people by 2035, the report is hoped to assist government official to make well-informed decisions regarding migrants entering its country.
The cost of trading with the EU may be more than some local Canadian venders may be able to churn, just ask that country’s dairy farmers. Recently, the Canadian government and the EU announced a trade deal which included Canada lifting its tariff on certain European cheeses. According to a December 13, 2013 article on […]