Monthly Archives: February 2017

Chinese wages now higher than in Brazil, Argentina and Mexico

The newspaper compared wages of several developing countries as well as South European countries with China’s manufacturing sector payments.

“Across China’s labour force as a whole, hourly incomes now exceed those in every major Latin American state apart from Chile, and are at around 70 per cent of the level in weaker eurozone countries, according to data from Euromonitor International, a research group.”

Italy | Parti communiste italien : l’UE n’est pas une solution, mais un problème pour les travailleurs

par Marianne Dunlop

Nos amis ont participé samedi 25 février à Rome à une Conférence Internationale sur le thème : « Les communistes et l’union européenne – pour une critique radicale de la politique libérale et pour l’unité supranationale de la lutte communiste ».

Gambia in Transition: from Internal to International Plunder

by Eddie Haywood

Newly elected president of Gambia, Adama Barrow, was inaugurated last month after a contentious election held in the small Western African nation. Gambia comprises a sliver of land following the Gambia River, and is bounded by Senegal.

China | US behind the arms buildup in Asia-Pacific

According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, global transfers of arms increased by 8.4 percent between 2012 and 2016 compared with the previous five years, the highest of any five-year period since the end of Cold War in the early 1990s.

Ukraine | Kiev regime takes Internet under control

On February 25 the president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko signed the decree on enforcement of the decision on the doctrine of a national security.

Now the Ukrainian intelligence agencies and the Ministry of information policy which plays a role of the Ministry of the truth begin monitoring of media and the Internet regarding detection of information which can pose national threat, and also information which is forbidden in Ukraine.