EU offers 750 bln euros in grants and loans to overcome COVID-19 recession
The package will need to be ratified by the European Parliament before it is implemented
COVID-19: Global recession, unmatched in 80 yrs, currently underway, says World Bank analysis
The average developing economy is less well placed to respond to a global downturn now than before the 2009 global recession
COVID-19: The world is staring at a recession — the first to be driven by a pandemic
The novel coronavirus disease and measures to contain outbreaks can shrink the global economy by 5.2%; that would be the 4th-…
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COVID-19: 400 mln jobs lost in Q2 2020, says ILO
Job losses up 400% in Africa, Asia since first 3 months; working hours lower than estimates
What is an inverted yield curve? Why is it panicking markets, and why is there talk of recession?
The yield curve is a graph showing the relationship between interest rates earned on lending money for different durations
Trade rules are deeply flawed but Trump’s tariff fixation is hurting America and the rest of the world
International trade rules are unfair, but even Trump’s tariff-centric trade policies won’t fix what’s broken about the global …
COVID-19: $2.5 tln needed by developing countries to weather economic crisis, says report
Debts of $1 trillion owed by developing countries needs to be cancelled
Injecting the theoretical strength of the planned economy into a capitalist market economy, might make it possible to moderate the business …
Is the commodities super cycle slowdown a shock for Africa?
From Nigeria to Angola, South Africa or Zambia, decline in commodity prices is deflating growth and the ripple effect is affecting the reality of …
COVID-19: Asia-Pacific countries must act against recession-induced hunger
Sub-Saharan Africa, home to the world’s highest hunger rates, must now brace for its first recession in a quarter of a century
COVID-19 community transmission in 26 of 54 African countries: WHO
Several African countries have a poor healthcare system — about five hospital beds per 10,000 population
'Cheap gas makes renewables appear less attractive'
Researcher and professor at University of Maryland, Klaus Hubacek, explains the costs of the natural gas boom in terms of its impact for overall …
Global forest product industries recover from recession
India emerges one of the top five forest products consuming countries
Recession, not natural gas, was major cause of drop in US emissions
A recent study shows that the US power sector’s coal-to-gas switch played only a modest role
COVID-19: Why power sector revival will likely be long haul
COVID-19 shocks may prompt major energy transitions to gas, wind and solar sector
COVID-19: Why the crisis is different for the crude oil industry
Low prices, sparse storage pressure producers; any consensus may be short-lived
Grim news on jobs front for women
About nine million women went out of the job market in the rural areas between 2009-10 and 2011-12, a grim facet of the employment crisis in …
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COVID-19 impact pushes India’s $5 trillion dream 3 yrs farther
Policymakers must focus equally on all 3 sectors: Agriculture, industry, services