Electric Vehicles: Saving The Planet Or The Economy?

By: Eliz So

April 20th, 2021

At the start of Joe Biden’s presidential term, he had planned to replace the entire federal fleet of vehicles with electric vehicles (EV) in the next 10 to 15 years and encourage a national shift to electric cars by installing 500,000 new EV charging stations across the country. Car markets are following up and have big goals for selling EVs. There seem to be a lot of goals to meet by the 2030s, but is it possible?


Trade Agreements

By: Eliz So

March 15th, 2021

According to the World Trade Organization (WTO), there are about 420 regional trade agreements in force around the world. But how do these agreements actually affect our economy, both locally and on a global scale? In this article, we will look through the impacts of trade agreements on us as average members of society, our country and our global economy.


An Introduction To Brexit

By: Eliz So

January 4th, 2021

Brexit, a word heard so often nowadays, is a combined word of Britain and exit. It refers to the United Kingdom exiting the European Union. If we look at Brexit’s cost and compare it to coronavirus, the price of Brexit is even higher than coronavirus. So what is Brexit? Why does it cost so much damage to the economics of the United Kingdom? And most importantly, how does it affect you?