The package establishes a $4.5 trillion fund to bail out large corporations with little to no enforceable restrictions.
Kushner has thrown out the established government plan on pandemics in favor of the directives of corporate executives.
Republicans failed to pass a $1.8 trillion stimulus package Democrats condemned as a massive bailout for corporations.
The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement blocks many but not all corporations from suing governments over investors’ rights.
President Giammattei has already declared martial law in two municipalities opposed to resource extraction.
The Democratic establishment doesn’t differ much from Trump on many key issues, says author Roberto Lovato.
Socialists are in a good position to contest the 21st century’s struggle among economic systems.
The cheaper the wages of the workers in the Global South, the greater the gross profit margins of corporations.
Spanish President Pedro Sánchez offered corporations a 90 percent tax break on a $2 million sponsorship.