The case for strong labour unions

Amazon’s Great Indian Festival sale ends at midnight tomorrow. The company says it sold more iPhones on the opening day, 17 October, than in all of last year’s sale. By next week, you will see policy wonks, economists and sections of the government hailing the green shoots of recovery, citing data from the sale. And later, in a dramatic turn of events, you will see the same set of people calling out the company for predatory pricing and killing the retail sector. 

But I digress. While you enjoy the new iPhone, or wait for your air fryer to arrive, spare …


Pradip K. Saha

Pradip is a co-founder at The Morning Context and leads our newsletters vertical. He has previously worked at The Ken as a staff writer, at Mint as an assistant features editor and the Deccan Chronicle as a copy editor. He works with a slew of expert newsletter writers across subjects and domains. His own writing spans the gig economy, farmers caught in the crossfire of technology, global warming and parents trapped in the edtech wave. Some of his best stories have come at the intersection of technology and human endeavour.

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