Why China Has a Difficulty Getting Rid of Coal

2020 was a milestone in increasing energy production in China. China has commissioned new lignite plants that produce a total of about 38.4GW of electricity. China is the country that builds factories to increase the use of lignite for electricity generation while at the same time as a country invests most of the capital in …

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 …

U.S. Infrastructure Program turns to Social Justice by Launching Public Debt

Expectations for the $2trillion Infrastructure Project announced by US President Joe Biden on Wednesday 31/03/2021 are high. With his announcements he decides to shift to social justice with a new form of income redistribution in US society while stopping the tendency to constantly reduce corporate taxation. Joe Biden is largely taking away the gifts of …

Bond Yields Rise: Sign of Expected Growth or Cost Inflation

US President Joe Biden’s fiscal intervention to be used to support the US economy, which is approaching three times the productive gap in the US economy, has caused strong turbulence in fixed income markets, triggering a percentage boost in government bond yields on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. by Thanos S. Chonthrogiannis ©The law …

Debt ‘Chokes’ Eurozone/EU

After the end of the Covid-19 pandemic, both the Commission and the governments of the euro area member countries will face thorny problems in their management such as dealing with the growing debt, public and private respectively, which is currently accumulating with the help of the ECB and the member countries that “absorb” it to …

Increase in Total Demand or Recurrence of Inflation in the U.S.

US President Joe Biden, to pull the US economy out of recession, triggered by repeated economic shutdowns and social distancing in 2020 aimed at tackling the Covid-19 pandemic, has promised to promote a giant fiscal support package to boost activity in the economy equal to 9% of US GDP. The Weak overall demand in the …

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