Eurobonds: strife in the union

From the moment the first coronavirus cases where reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan, many realized that its impact on the world’s economy would be astronomical. Some warned their respective countries – few warnings were heeded, but they were proven right by the rapid and uncontrolled expansion of the virus worldwide. Most states were

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