Economy

A new situation of political crisis opens in the UK

Post Brexit, a political crisis has deepened in the UK for both Labour and Tory parties. The majority vote was 52 percent with a turn out of 72 percent (higher than 2015 general election turn out of 67 percent). A majority of older workers and a majority of populations...

China: myths and reality

There is an interesting debate to the interior of Marxist tendencies on the current nature of the Chinese State. There are different points of view regarding this. However, the predominant idea is that in China, unlike in the former URSS, capitalism has not been restored, although deep pro-capitalist reforms...

Panama Papers: evidence of an inherently corrupt system

A few days ago it came to light through the now famous Panama Papers (a leak of information from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca), the existence of offshore companies involving governments, politicians, businessmen, sportsmen, artists, etc., from more than 40 countries on five continents. What does this mean?...

Decreasing of China’s growth is followed by an increase in working class struggles

The expectations were high when the Chinese government announced on April 14 the 2015 first-quarter growth figures of the country. Governments and banks around the world wanted to know if the reduction in the growth of the Chinese economy, expressed by the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) would be...

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