Neither Pandemic Nor Economic Collapse Is Going To Be A Short-Lived Crisis – OpEd

Credit: Eurasia Review- Published on April 7, 2020
On Thursday, April 2, the bottom fell out of the US economy, as the US Department of Labor reported that an unprecedented 6.6 million more workers in the US had been laid off and had filed claims for unemployment compensation payments with their state Unemployment Offices last week. That stunning news followed the already...
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