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Keyword: economic exploitation

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Daily News Analysis

Broader look at the FinCEN leaks

Crescent International

Safar 07, 14422020-09-24

Week In Review

China’s rise adds additional pressure on Zionist Israel

Dhu al-Qa'dah 02, 14412020-06-23

Special Reports

West’s ‘debt relief’ keeps system of economic dependence working

Laila Juma

Rabi' al-Awwal 17, 14201999-07-01

After months of kite-flying, the world’s wealthiest countries announced a debt-relief plan on June 19 which, they said, was designed to reduce the debt-burden of the world’s 33 poorest countries by up to $70bn from its present level of $127bn.

Special Reports

Micro-finance institutions: effective weapon in the war against rural poverty

Khalil Umar

Ramadan 28, 14191999-01-16

As the world inches closer toward the new millennium, humanity continues to be polarized into rich and poor. The rich mostly live in the industrialized countries of the northern hemisphere, while the poor mainly inhabit the developing countries of the South.

Book Review

Even childhood not immune from corporate manipulation for economic exploitation

J A Progler

Rabi' al-Thani 03, 14381998-01-01

Conventional wisdom views childhood as a set stage of life through which all human beings pass on their way to adulthood. In the west, psychology since the 19th century has attempted to discern and delimit the various stages of child development.

Special Reports

Contradictions abound in the land of the self-proclaimed superpower

Zafar Bangash

Rabi' al-Thani 12, 14181997-08-16

At US$7 trillion, America has the largest economy in the world (the world’s economy is put at $25 trillion). Currently the US also enjoys a robust job growth rate with unemployment put officially at a mere 5 percent, lowest of all the industrialised countries.

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