Business Luggage Market Share, Trend, Opportunity, Affect On Demand By COVID-19 Pandemic And Forecast 2020-2023

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Oct 04, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
Executive Summary

A comprehensive research report created through extensive primary research (inputs from industry experts, companies, stakeholders) and secondary research, the report aims to present the analysis of Global Business Luggage Market by Price Point (Value & Mid, Premium, Luxury), By Distribution Channel (Specialty Stores, Departmental Stores, Internet Sales, Others), By Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Rest of the world) and By Country (U.S., Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Japan China, India).Advertisement

According to Azoth Analytics research report “Global Business Luggage Market : Analysis By Price Point (Value & Mid-Level, Premium, Luxury), By Distribution Channel (Specialty Stores, Departmental Stores, Internet Sales, Others) – By Region, By Country (2018 Edition): Forecast to 2023”, global market is projected to display a robust growth represented by a CAGR of 7.81% during 2018 –

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How mass incarceration became ‘a business opportunity’ in America

This is part 1 of Yahoo Finance’s Illegal Tender podcast about the for-profit prison industry. Listen to the series here. 

Mass incarceration in the U.S. grew over decades as more politicians with tough-on-crime stances became elected to office and laws changed surrounding sentencing. 

In that environment, the private prison industry became a place to generate a lot of revenue.

“A lot of these criminal laws were changed with the political support of individuals who supported the private prison corporation because they saw a business opportunity,” Amy Fettig, executive director at The Sentencing Project, told Yahoo Finance’s Illegal Tender podcast. “They saw the incarceration, the denial of freedom of our fellow Americans, people in our community as a business opportunity.”

A boy carries cash to visit his mother at California Institute for Women state prison in Chino, California May 5, 2012. (REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson)

The U.S. has the most private prisons

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