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Op-Ed: Bangladesh garment workers get raise but riots go on

Bangladesh is the world's second largest exporter of apparel after China. Cheap wages and lucrative trade deals have made the garment industry the country's main livelihood for millions of people, most of them women.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 4 comments

Crude oil at its lowest is rapidly altering global economy

Mohammed Saleh Abdulla Al Sadais, energy minister of Qatar, said today that “worries over the debt crisis in the euro zone were pushing oil prices down, rather than issues relating to supply and demand.”
In the Media by Nancy Houser

14.3% of Americans Living Below Poverty line

According to the U.S. Census Bureau 14.3 percent of Americans are now living below the poverty line. There hasn't been a number reported this high since 1994.
In the Media by Colby Martzall - 2 comments

Small Ontario Town Pays 47 Cents a Litre for Gas

Imagine if gas only cost you 47 cents a litre ($1.78 per gallon)? Well, a small Ontario town of 8500 residents, located northeast of Toronto, saw just that and were ecstatic when the price kept falling?
In the Media by Posthappy - 7 comments

Welsh People Are Out Of Poverty And Back To Work

Wales hits highest employment figures in nearly thirty years due to UK goverment help for those struggling to find work.
In the Media by Michelle Duffy - 2 comments
 

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