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The expansion of federal subsidies for Affordable Care Act health plans, stretching to reach people who are in the middle class or unemployed, is woven into a proposal the House Ways and Means Committee is expected to approve by the end of this week.
Economists predicted that Mexico’s economy would contract by up to 9% in 2020, wiping out years of gains for a burgeoning middle class, and potentially pushing some 10 million people into extreme poverty based on income.
Today’s politicians take evident pride in the United States’ small businesses, large military and middle class.
Wealth is moving upward everywhere, and everywhere the middle class is disappearing.
Coming out of the Vietnam War era, the middle class really did pay a substantial share of taxes and reap a much smaller share of benefits.
They’re about 90 years old and were built to support a new middle class after the great depression.
More mid-priced brands such as Levi’s and Adidas started selling on Amazon and other online marketplaces as department stores targeting the middle class began to struggle, meaning chains like Macy’s now had serious online competition, too.
This makes the middle class particularly vulnerable to rising rates in the future.
There are deep cultural ties to raising and consuming livestock around the world, and we’re expected to have a massive increase in meat demand in the developing world as we see this expansion of the middle class.
As in Africa, many countries in Asia need to feed a growing urban middle class.

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