Note the reaction of Macau’s GDP during the Financial Crisis (falling as much as 10% year-over-year), during the Crackdown Crisis in 2015 (falling as much as 25% year-over-year), and then during the pandemic, when it collapsed as its one major industry – gambling – and all related activities were essentially shut down. There are other … Continue reading Collapse in Gambling Totally Crushes Macau’s Overall Economy | Wolf Street
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) announced that all regular flights by Chinese civilian airlines to and from the United States will be suspended beginning June 16. RELATED:The U.S. to Ban the Operation of China's Telecom Companies “Responding to the failure of the Government of the People's Republic of China to permit U.S. carriers to exercise … Continue reading Trump Bans Chinese Airlines From Flying to the United States – TeleSUR English
The Kingdom of Bhutan is placing environmental concerns and spiritual well being over rampant Capitalism. The king recently banned plastic bags in the Kingdom, and banished all private logging companies. This may be the first nation on Earth to ban plastic bags. The policy of banning all private logging resulted in net forest growth where it … Continue reading Gross National Happiness – Bhutan
In the following video, the reporter found serious underreporting of radiation levels even 100km away from Fukushima. He foundradioactive Cesium at 1000 times higher concentrations in placeslike Tokyo than the air concentration at the peak of nuclear weaponstesting fallout.. This is serious fallout, but is being ignored by Japaneseauthorities, who are looking only at exterior dose rates, and … Continue reading Tokyo; Is It Safe From Fukushima Radiation?