Economy

New European green goals - the ambitious target will meet political resistance

Energy Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - February 6, 2024.

The European Union has raised the bar and set even more ambitious goals towards complete decarbonisation and reduction of greenhouse emissions. The climate policy of the...

Facing China's new plan to attract foreign investment – a series of failed attempts continues

Companies Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - February 6, 2024.

China will soon issue a new action plan to attract foreign investment. The government in Beijing does not provide details of its new programme. This...

Ageing and Retirement

Economy Emre Alkin - February 3, 2024.

As the world's population ages, it is estimated that the population of individuals aged over 65 years will outnumber those under the age of 5...

European farmers' protests - putting out fires ahead of elections and postponing long-term conflicts of interest

Economy Tomorrow's Affairs Staff - February 2, 2024.

Governments across Europe, including the EU administration in Brussels, have been giving in to the demands of angry farmers and easing measures that have brought...

Activism Is Destroying A Competitive Energy Transition

Energy Daniel Lacalle - January 28, 2024.

This week, the Biden administration has halted the approval of new licences to export US liquefied natural gas (LNG), a moratorium that is likely to...

Economics is not Finance

Economy Emre Alkin - January 27, 2024.

Economics and finance are two closely related topics, yet they are not the same. What economists do is to assess the current economic situation in...

Red Sea Conflict and Inflation Risk: Were Interest Rates Raised in Vain?

Economy Emre Alkin - January 20, 2024.

Recently, I met trade, economics and foreign policy experts at the USLA campus, Topkapı University’s Gastronomy Centre, to taste the delicacies of world cuisine. The...

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