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Charlie Bean, one of the Bank's deputy governors, says further appreciation in pound value would be unwelcome
What's happening with the £?
Where people earning under $1.25 A DAY live
WTO - Statistics - Trade and tariff indicators
See who are members of the WTO
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What's happened to the UK Current Account? The figures
A cap on mobile roaming chargesThanks to the EU Roaming Regulation, in force since 2007, when you travel across Europe your mobile phone bill is much lower. The maximum an operator can charge is €0.24
In my classroom last year, I introduced the ‘Hat of Generalisation’, helpfully made by @adamwilkie95 and @jtphaynes .It was two feet high, made of light blue cardboard, with a white bobble on the top and a daisy chain chinstrap.
A stunningly clear explanation of how to gain credit for evaluation.
Highly recommended reading for all students (although I'm not sure I'll be making a 'hat of generalisation'!)
Extremely high price increases are not produced by central bankers but are the result of a total failure of the political system Despite fringe commentators shrieking about imminent hyperinflation,...
Some extra info on hyperinflation
Globalisation - Tariffs
More currency problems to read about
Live world statistics on population, government and economics, society and media, environment, food, water, energy and health.
Some interesting statistics here