Interesting and fits within the general view, that the global system has being generating artificial growth off the back of funny money since 2008 (after the real economy collapsed) and we are floating on that debt and the china trap (trade and lose your soul).I was wondering where to post this interesting discussion. It could have gone on several threads but economics is fundamental to recovery.
They cover a fair bit of ground including CV19 actions by various countries, the economic impact of lockdown, globalisation, markets, China and the USA becoming more inward looking, China adapting to have a more home centric market as it did before. Questions about big organisations. EU seen as having failed over CV19 in the early stages, ignoring the so called single economy that was fundamental to them.
The picture from Sweden isn't as rosy as is depicted in the UK. Impact of the press who are no longer trusted.
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Sweden is an interesting case, because they're have the best press in the world and are always used as a model of good government, one has to raise an eyebrow why the negatives are ignored.