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The Fault in Our Taxes: Carbon Pricing vs. Developing Countries

It is not fair that developing countries would also be imposed with carbon taxes without further research on its economic and social implications, including how our the agricultural and transportation services sectors, being two of the largest sources of the livelihood of their citizens, would benefit from this policy.

For instance, in the Philippines, carbon taxation will increase the accumulated transaction costs suppliers will shoulder, including the costs incurred by transportation, machinery, and consumption of fertilizers; thus, increasing the prices of our agricultural products.

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In the late 19th-Century Britain, a variety of food became accessible to people who previously lived on bread and potatoes.

The improvement in food variety did not extend durable items to the people. The stores mainly served the urban middle-class, but the display of tempting products was greatly expanded.

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80/20 Rule: Threat or an Opportunity?

It is hard to accept the truth that there are inequalities everywhere. But depending on how you see it, the rule could help us filter out unnecessary data, better channel our resources, and make better decision in work and life.

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