OLD1953 wrote:The generational attitude towards seniors is reaching a nadir.
aedens wrote:OLD1953 wrote:The generational attitude towards seniors is reaching a nadir.
Economists expect headline inflation to continue rising in May, pushed up by higher food and oil prices as well as currency depreciation.
Egypt, the Arab world's most populous country, subsidises key staples including wheat, sugar, rice and vegetable oils, ensuring domestic prices are stable.
About 63 million Egyptians benefit from food subsidies. Four months from IMF sources on cash flow and a few month's for Greece.
Overall as we note latency issues are now correlations. I hope all things find you well...
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Higgenbotham wrote:The generational concept of the "crusty old bureaucracy" comes into focus in this "manufactured" up cycle from 2009. ... All "crusty old bureaucracy" stuff.
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