Braving the Economic Storm, in the Wake of Covid-19

The COVID-19 virus has destroyed everything in its path. Public health, countless lives, the economy, the psychology of the masses, and on a humorous note, Donald Trump’s unwarranted wall of confidence. However, it is crucial to be aware and prepared for the consequences beyond the wrath of the virus. From an economic point of view, […]

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Bushfires Down Under

Until the 2019–2020 Australian bushfire season, the forests in Australia were thought to reabsorb all the carbon released in bushfires across the country. It would have meant that the forests achieved net-zero emissions. However, the 2019–2020 bushfires have already emitted 400 megatonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Over 18 million hectares have burned in […]

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South Korean Chaebols

Chaebols have helped the South Korean economy achieve dizzying heights of success. But the system might be rotten on the inside as it stifles competition and innovation. Chaebols are large corporate family-controlled global conglomerates that have and are dominating the South Korean economy. The families may not own direct shares in the company itself but […]

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