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Given that only one-third of Somali's have access to electricity, anything that increases their access to electricity is going to improve living standards.

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Somalia’s Businesses Tap Solar Energy for Growth

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 07 May 2021

This look at an Argentinian software company highlights a radical approach to organisational structure, industrial relations and wage determination.

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A company where colleagues decide your salary

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 30 April 2021

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 23 April 2021

Only one in eight cars imported into Tunisia is a new car. The vast majority are used vehicles yet they still sell at vastly inflated prices.

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Import Tariffs: Why Are Cars So Expensive In Tunisia?

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 16 April 2021

Soaring demand for individual sachets of tomato ketchup drove their price up by 13% in 2020 as supply did not keep pace.

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Elasticity of Supply: Booming Ketchup Demand

This video is a good application of elasticity of supply - namely the capacity of some of the world's biggest ports to cope with surging demand as the global economy...

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Reopening economies put supply capacity of ports under pressure

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 02 April 2021

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Economics Weekly Quiz - 26 March 2021

The UK's workforce is set to fall drastically short of the demand for IT and digital skills if big changes aren't made to how young people are prepared for the...

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UK 'heading towards digital skills shortage disaster'

After the decision of the Welsh government to renationalise railways, the Scottish government is going to follow suit in 2022.

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ScotRail to be Nationalised in 2022

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