The 2019 Trump Administration tariffs on wine from four targeted European countries and on Airbus airplanes distorted buyers’ behavior.
When the leaders of the European Union debated a coronavirus rescue package during a five-day marathon, they wound up with a Hamiltonian agreement.
While wine consumption is down among some of us, we can look at conspicuous consumption for the reason why expensive wine is more popular.
Called a “budget bloodbath,” the European Union (EU) cannot decide where to get the billions of euros it will no longer receive from the U.K.
The EU provides feta cheese makers protection from competition through a geographical indication that gives their name monopoly power.
While we see similar tastes and shopping patterns in the world’s most expensive cities, the reasons for a high and low cost of living vary.