Business

How beef with China can cost Australia its actual beef business

By now, we are all well versed in the gist of the pandemic we are currently living through. Well-versed might even be an understatement; over the course of the year, seemingly all news outlets have focused on the pandemic or subjects related to it almost exclusively. Majority of us have familiarized ourselves with the statement
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People or the Economy? The Case of the Garment Industry in Bangladesh

Along with other countries, Bangladesh went into a nationwide lockdown to fight the COVID-19 pandemic in the end of March. The country’s version of lockdown has been quite controversial, as garment factories resumed operations despite the drastic measures taken elsewhere in society. As Rumi, one of the 4.1 million textile workers, puts it: “Police and
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The impact of COVID-19 on the airline industry

On a clear night of March an Airbus A340 lowered its landing gear as it entered final approach to Munich airport. Inside the cockpit, captain Jörg Otto received final permission to land from air traffic control. Behind, the cabin was filled to the brim, all seats taken. Silence followed as the aircraft lightly glided down
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