The US imposed tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods last month, escalating the tariff war between the world's two largest economies. But the cost of raw materials and high staff turnover in China is more worrisome for exporters than the US-China trade wars, according to a recent Reuters poll.
Bills? Groceries? School fees? Many Somalis have gone cashless, opting to use their mobile phones to send and receive money instead. But one study shows that the system lacks regulations and accountability.
“Food is a tool that can be used either for oppression or liberation,” says Auset. SÜPRMARKT, a pop-up grocery store, offers low-cost organic foods in South Los Angeles, an underserved community where food access is deeply tied to structural racism.
In Fresno, California, a promised but stalled high-speed rail connection has been lauded as a panacea for the region's economic troubles. But some residents fear the imperiled project is just another false promise