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Tag: Global economy

It’s time to boycott any company doing business in Xinjiang | Michael Caster | World news

Any western company doing business in Xinjiang should consider their supply chains tainted by forced labour drawn from internment camps. Hardly a drop in the ocean of the vast global economy, this involves companies such as Ikea, H&M, Volkswagen and Siemens. This month, the United States banned the import of products made by a firm …

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UK edges towards recession as service sector sinks | Business

Britain has edged closer to its first recession since the financial crisis after the country’s dominant service sector unexpectedly plunged into contraction last month, in a sign of the mounting stress facing the economy as Brexit looms. According to IHS Markit and the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (Cips), activity in the sector fell …

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The muzzling of Michael Winterbottom: how Sony censored Greed | Film

Every year for the past three decades, Michael Winterbottom has made a movie. Britain’s most mercurial director may have hopped between genres like a frog on a bouncy castle, but he has stuck to a strict schedule – inspired, apparently, by the subject of his first film, Ingmar Bergman. (Bergman only agreed to the documentary …

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