The British are beginning to think again about Brexit as the economy slips into recession

Anti-Brexit protester Steve Bray (L) and a pro-Brexit protester argue as they demonstrate in front of the Houses of Parliament in Westminster on January 08, 2019 in London, England. Jack Taylor | Getty Images News | Getty Images The UK’s growth prospects are even lower than Germany’s, whose economy is uniquely vulnerable to higher energy … Read more

City opens the books to explain CARES and ARPA | expenditures News

Norfolk Chief Financial Officer Randy Gates has provided a full account of the use of the CARES Act and ARPA funds the city has received as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Coronavirus Assistance Economic Relief and Security Act (CARES) and the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) were part of the federal government’s two-step … Read more

There is no win-win situation in a fragmented world

Singapore’s education minister, Chan Chun Sing, said in his keynote address at the Morgan Stanley Asia-Pacific Summit in Singapore on Wednesday that Singapore will not take sides in geopolitical disputes and will instead take positions in support of the rule of law. He said the world must remain interconnected despite the pressures of disintegration, because … Read more

Solving the Medicaid Debt Crisis Goes Beyond Medicaid Expansion, Certification Need Repair

The fate of a bipartisan Medicare Consumer Protection bill that addresses medical debt could be linked to expanding Medicaid and certification of need legislation during the 2023 hearing. Electing a Republican supermajority to the North Carolina Senate and being shy of one seat from a Republican supermajority in the NC Senate could be a factor … Read more

Europe shows united front against Biden’s anti-inflation law

Germany’s Federal Finance Minister Christian Lindner (left) and France’s Economy, Finance and Recovery Minister Bruno Le Maire (right) have criticized the US inflation-reduction law for discrimination against European companies. Thierry Mons | Getty Images News | Getty Images EU member states stand firmly against the president Joe BidenAct to reduce inflation amid fears that it … Read more

US Concern in Europe – POLITICO

Ivo Daalder, a former US ambassador to NATO, is president of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs and host of the weekly podcast “World Review with Ivo Daalder.” Spending the past week in Brussels, Berlin and London, meeting with the European Union, NATO and other government officials, I was struck by the pervasive anxiety about … Read more

Appendices: Mourning the Day Music Died at Stonington Farmers Market | guest columns

For those who frequent the venerable Stonington Farmers Market on Saturday mornings to shop, eat, or show their dogs, or three, especially now that the market has moved inside Stonington’s cavernous Velvet Mill for the winter season, there have long been two senses of touchstones that welcomed Beneficiaries as they enter the market’s surroundings: the … Read more

France plays bad cop as transatlantic trade tensions escalate – Politico

Click play to listen to this article PARIS – US President Joe Biden should take notice. France is resuming its traditional role as Europe’s troublemaker on the transatlantic trade front. It looked as if the bad blood between Brussels and Washington was running low under Biden. Facing a common enemy in China, the European Union … Read more

After two years of shipping, things are starting to turn

Logistics data showed that container freight rates, which rose to record levels at the height of the epidemic, fell rapidly, as did container shipments on routes between Asia and the United States. Anocha Sri Lanka | moment | Getty Images After two years of port congestion and a shortage of containers, the unrest is now … Read more

Spryker’s research found nearly two-thirds of Australians

MELBOURNE, Australia, October 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Spryker, the leading platform for enterprise markets, commerce of things, and standardized commerce, today released the 2022 Australian Online Grocery Report. Research of 2,500 Australian consumers found nearly half – 48% – of Australians buy at least some groceries online, with 10% now ordering most or all … Read more