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26/02/2019 | Skirmish? China-US Row Is A Struggle For Global Supremacy – OpEd
Cornelia Meyer | Arab News
There was an audible sigh of relief when US President Donald Trump suspended imposing tariff hikes on Beijing until he had met his Chinese counterpart, President Xi Jinping. Trump cited substantial progress in negotiations on trade in agricultural goods, intellectual property protection, technology and currency, meaning he could delay increasing tariffs from 10 percent to 25 percent on goods worth $200 billion. ...
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22/02/2019 | Análisis de coyuntura: El plan RenovAr estructural en la política climática
De Nuestra Redacción | Offnews.info
El gobierno de Mauricio Macri introdujo varias políticas que pueden reducir potencialmente las emisiones del sector energético, incluida una ley de energía renovable y una ley de biocombustibles (en 2015 y 2016 respectivamente). ...
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22/02/2019 | How Belt and Road Is Upending the Beijing Consensus
Anthony Kleven | Geopoliticalmonitor.com
Since Joshua Cooper Ramo coined the expression Beijing Consensus (BC) in 2004, it’s been the perfect catch-all term encapsulating China’s remarkable development model, responsible for some of the fastest economic growth rates in modern history. Given Beijing’s runaway financial success over past decades, it’s no wonder that, once Xi Jinping unveiled his Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in 2013, other developing countries quickly got in line, cap in hand, hoping to obtain some much-needed nous and financial assistance. ...
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20/02/2019 | Thailand’s ‘Green Rush’
Skot Thayer | The Diplomat
With the legalization of marijuana, Thailand hopes to carve out a stake in the global cannabis industry. ...
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17/02/2019 | Poland Is Europe’s Growth Champion. Can This Continue?
Marcin Piatkowski | The Globalist
Key elements of the Polish success story resemble that of the German post-war economic story, especially relying on social and economic inclusiveness as a driver of economic success. ...
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17/02/2019 | The Problem With Cutting Taxes Without Reducing Spending – Analysis
Frank Shostak | Mises Institute
According to many economic experts and commentators, an effective way to generate economic growth is through the lowering of taxes. The lowering of taxes, it is held, is going to place more money in consumer’s pockets thereby setting in motion an economic growth. This way of thinking is based on the popular view that a given dollar increase in consumer spending will lift the economy’s gross domestic product (GDP) by a multiple of the increase in consumer expenditure. An example will illustrate the magic of this multiplier. ...
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16/02/2019 | WTO’s Potential Game-Changer: Global E-Commerce Rules? – Analysis
Eunice Huang | RSIS
The recently launched WTO negotiations on e-commerce seeks to establish a new rulebook for e-commerce trade, and could be a potential game-changer for the global economy. ...
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13/02/2019 | La caída de la banca venezolana
Omar Lugo | América Economía
El sector financiero de la antigua potencia petrolera se encoge sin remedio. Hoy sus 31 bancos viven de las comisiones que enmascaran pérdidas y los niveles de riesgo son altos e impredecibles. Ante ello, surge una de las grandes preguntas sobre el futuro inmediato de Venezuela: ¿es inminente la quiebra de estos bancos que ya soportan un prolongado sismo? ...
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06/02/2019 | ''En América Latina el debate de políticas públicas sigue girando en torno a temas de los años ochenta''
Ignacio Fariza | El País (Es)
El responsable del fondo en las Américas ve la luz al final del túnel en Venezuela "si el próximo Gobierno deja que la ayuda fluya y reestructura la economía" ...
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31/01/2019 | Por qué el sector privado debe enfocarse en un mundo sostenible
Laxman Narasimhan | América Economía
Si hay algo que podemos extraer del reciente informe especial de la ONU sobre el impacto del calentamiento global, es que cualquier acción dirigida a limitar el aumento de las temperaturas de la Tierra debe de estar enmarcada en un plan de desarrollo sostenible del gobierno, la comunidad científica y el sector privado. ...
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