Economies news

U.S. cities try new way to help the poor: give them money
In the year to end child labour, COVID wreaks havoc
Malaysia's labour abuse allegations a risk to export growth model
Brazil's oil auction raises $2 billion as Total, Shell pile in
U.S. vaccine mandates offer bargaining chip for worker rights
As Beirutis face housing violations, award-winning NGO steps in
Indian farmer's court win brings hope to coal mining villages
Lebanon hands its undocumented a win - but little work
Botswana to diversify from diamond mining to tech
U.S. diversity push for lawyers, agents to tackle housing crisis
Philippine women switch on solar to light their way in a storm
As Myanmar unions demand sanctions garment workers fear job losses
Rohingya lawsuit against Facebook 'wake-up call' for social media
How Bangladesh's poor are paying the costs of climate damage
Protests over, Indian farmers pin hope on price support
EU gig worker rules draft target Uber, Deliveroo, online platforms
Coffee crisis in Central America fuels record exodus north
New global shipping task-force aims for greener, safer work
Rohingya refugees sue Facebook for billions over Myanmar violence
FACTBOX-World's toughest abortion laws
U.S. labor movement's next frontier is the tech industry
As Omicron spreads, calls mount to waive COVID vaccine patents
In Indian cities, Muslim prayers and meaty snacks squeezed out
Gender equality takes one step forward, three back during COVID
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