Monthly Archives: October 2014

Automation – a little more depth

In the 1900s, the assembly line concept first came into power and due to that invention, many workers in the manufacturing industry of cars lost their jobs and as a result unemployment rose by a significant percent. Whilst it is … Continue reading

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America’s Economy: Not sputtering anymore

New figures released by the Bureau of Labour Statistics showed the unemployment rate in America to be lower than 6% – the first time since 2008.  Total employment increased by 248,000 in the month of September.  Last month’s job growth … Continue reading

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How far will Hong Kong go?

Thank you to AS Economist ammarkhazal for his views on this topical matter. Recent decisions by Beijing to “vet” political candidates for the 2017 chief executive elections have sparked protests throughout Hong Kong. These pro-democracy protests have dominated political and … Continue reading

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