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If one thing is clear about the future of the American society is that the rich will keep getting richer and the poor will remain poor. Economic inequality is a fact and nothing will change unless the country’s political system is shaken to its core. This, according to Salvatore Babones, a professor at the University… » read more

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Let’s get one thing clear – data is the lifeblood of every business. Recent European data protection reforms helped us realize that data is also valuable and should be treated with great care by both consumers and businesses. Many companies are now offering their services to consumers searching for smart methods that would enable them… » read more

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At the beginning of this year, the European Commission proposed to give individual member states the power to ban the use of genetically modified (GM) ingredients in human and animal food. With the anti-GMO movement gaining steam in Europe, we’ve witnessed various early reactions to that proposal. The proposal has also been recently severely criticized… » read more

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This spring the European Union launched a special consultation project dedicated to exploring the potential of science and innovation in ensuring a safe, sufficient, nutritious and sustainable food not only in Europe, but all over the world. This topic is closely related to the theme of this year’s Universal Exhibition called Expo Milano 2015 with… » read more

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New education plan for EU

There are more and more voices nowadays heard among the entire EU that the modern education system found across the entire continent of Europe fails to properly address the growing problem of unemployment. More even, it is often said that instead of mitigating the problem, many countries with their outdated systems of educating young people… » read more

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EU bans powerful vacuum cleaners After incandescent light bulbs, EU has taken a closer look at inefficient vacuum cleaners. European Commission has issued a ruling on powerful hoovers, restricting their wattage to 1600W, which will further be limited to 900W by 2017. Newest energy rule has come into force in September 2014 and has caused… » read more

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In a recent poll about the nation’s economic anxieties, the Guardian and ICM found out that 46 % of respondents consider ‘Immigrants undercutting workers’ as the primary motive behind the present state of British economy. The Guardian cites Martin Boon, director of ICM Research: “Ten years ago immigration would have been in the second half… » read more

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