Those who wish to destroy, then rebuild, the economy are mistaken

Now economies are fraught with uncertainty, fuelled by several factors. First is the rise of political extremism and political instability.
Politicians did not even bother to respond to KEPSA’s assertions, since they are well aware that economics is a boring subject in our extreme, ethnically driven politics.
When we fail to manage our politics and mitigate climate change, we create uncertainty, pushing people onto a cliff.

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