One of these economies is in trouble

Serbian billionaire businessman Alexander Govor agreed to purchase all of Russia’s McDonald’s outlets and keep all the 62,000 employees in work for at least two years.

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8 Responses to One of these economies is in trouble

  1. NoFixedAddress says:

    All of a magical sudden robots are really cool with the Labor ‘elite’!

    Funny about not a single reference to the name nor location of the ‘cafe’!

    Meanwhile Google is creating AI replacements for the Ministry of Health.

    Straight from a Sci-Fi Movie: Google Suspends Engineer For Sounding Alarm On The Company’s Dangerous ‘Sentient’ AI LaMDA Robot

  2. Lee says:

    That will help employment.

  3. Buccaneer says:

    Apparently, all the robots need union membership

  4. Chris M says:

    Well both economies are in trouble (and leadership held in low esteem globally etc) just for different reasons.

    Hopefully the robot will be able to endure the Canberra winter during this global cooling phase and have daily electricity available to recharge whilst not be molested or robbed by a local crackhead. Also, being Canberra expect a new national robot tax shortly.

  5. NoFixedAddress says:

    The Robot Tax, or RT, will be collected as part of the PAYE system and used to subsidise purchasers of Robots who will be getting them from the modern China Robot manufacturing factory.

  6. NoFixedAddress says:

    Chris M

    I doubt that the Russian economy is in trouble.

    It is the so called West that have f*cked their productive middle classes.

    Scum bagger Germany is re-opening their dirty coal mines and power stations plus firing up their nuclear plants!

    Putin may be written up by future citizens of Nation States in Europe as the savior that got rid of the putrid stinking EU!

    And if the Russian people have a low opinion of their politicians and bureaucrats then they would seem to be far more intelligent and centered than the Australian electorate.

    Watch Diktater Dan get re-elected in Victoria in the elections in November.

  7. Chris M says:

    NFA as always it depends on which ‘economists’ we choose to believe I guess. They have land, people (for now) and natural resources but if the western sanctions continue and are enforced over time it will definitely hurt. Not have access to tech can wipe out whole industries in this era, their prosperity will depend a lot on quality of smuggling goods in and out. Yes they are probably experienced at this too.

  8. Not Trampis says:

    Mark Harrison seems to think Russia is in trouble. Look up vox eu for that.

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