Category: Economics

Upcoming US Inflation Rise Will Reduce Consumer Income

Economists know that after a sharp drop in demand levels that these large amounts of declining demand are only caused by wars or global epidemics, inflation is the indicator size that will rise after the end of the problem due to declining demand. drastically reducing any disposable income of consumers-citizens. This is due to four

What Are the Factors That Increase Electricity Prices?

In Europe, citizens and businesses are facing a rising tide in electricity prices. This is due to several factors, the combination of which causes an explosion of demand while reducing the levels of production and supply of electricity. More specifically: 1. The demand for electricity is increasing dramatically This is since due to the increased

The Crypto Assets and Their Regulatory Framework

Ludwig Von Mises in its book titled «The Theory of Money and Credit» mention that «the State has not the power of directly making anything into money, into a common medium of exchange. It is only the practice of the individuals who take part in business that can make a commodity into a medium of

Social Tensions and Zombie Companies in the EU

In the Euro-Zone and EU economy in general, two counterbalanced powerful forces are created after the end of the pandemic. On the one hand we have the net potential part of the economy that will include strong capital-intensive companies that will be driven without obstacles to their “green” transformation causing their explosive growth and gaining

Corporate Exit Tax

The Corporate Income Tax Act (“CITA”) aim to transpose the rules for exit taxation, described in Art.5 of Council Directive 2016/1164 of the European Union (“ATAD”). Exit taxation applies when a legal person (company) transfers assets or activity or its tax headquarters outside or within another EU member-country. The term ‘asset transfer’ indicates the act

The Reasons Why Inequality Between Rich and Poor Countries Is Constantly Increasing

As the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) has recently pointed out, low-income countries with few resources, weaker public health, social protection, hygiene, and problematic public services than developed countries are facing exceedingly difficult situations in dealing with the health crisis and its economic impact. by Trust Economics-https://trusteconomics.eu ©The law of intellectual
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