consumer goods

Does sportswashing even work?

While the media paints sportswashing as evil, more research is needed to evaluate whether it is really changing attitudes on the ground.

The loopholes in labour laws will need to be plugged if gig workers are ever to get a fair deal.

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Sportswashing’s goal is to distract from a nation’s dark deeds but it can corrupt the sport in the process.

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While the media paints sportswashing as evil, more research is needed to evaluate whether it is really changing attitudes on the ground.

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Fans care about their clubs’ accomplishments more and if new owners can pour in big money to achieve this, then all is good.

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It is a myth that only price increases of household items cause inflation as consumer behaviour may also be a factor.

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While there is some correlation, it is wrong to say supply chain kinks are a primary cause of inflation.

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Factors that influence inflation and cost of living are varied but identifying genuine ones can help policymakers prioritise key solutions.

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A maze of eco-labels and certification means consumers are easily confused. A German initiative aims to provide clarity.

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