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15/01/2019 | Una verdad incómoda
Juan Carlos Hidalgo | La Nación (CR)
Juan Carlos Hidalgo cree que la descarbonización de la economía es una venta de humo que involucra fortalecer monopolios estatales ineficientes y un regalo para el lobby cañero. ...
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15/01/2019 | La economía mundial ante 2019
Federico Steinberg y José Pablo Martínez | Real Instituto Elcano
La economía mundial debería continuar creciendo en 2019, aunque menos que en años anteriores. Sin embargo, los riesgos geopolíticos se acumulan y podrían dar sorpresas. ...
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15/01/2019 | Is It Time To Give Up On The World Bank? – Analysis
Mihir Swarup Sharma | Bloomberg
The financial gap that emerging markets have to bridge is huge; between $1 trillion and 1.5 trillion annually is needed for investment in infrastructure. ...
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13/01/2019 | Another Drop In Energy Prices Leads To Negative US Inflation In December – Analysis
Dean Baker | Eurasia Review
The overall Consumer Price Index (CPI) fell 0.1 percent in December due to a 3.5 percent drop in energy prices. This was the second consecutive sharp drop in energy prices. This drop held the overall inflation rate to just 1.9 percent over the last year, leading it to come in under the core’s 2.2 percent year-over-year rate. In December, the core CPI increased by 0.2 percent for the third consecutive month. ...
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09/01/2019 | 2019: nubes en el horizonte para las energías renovables en A. Latina
Bruno Brunetti | América Economía
El sol sigue siendo la fuente más importante para el incremento de la capacidad global de electricidad. Sin embargo, la tasa de crecimiento de la energía solar se desaceleró el año pasado y es probable que se mantenga plana en 2019, pero con notables incertidumbres por delante, incluyendo a América Latina. ...
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06/01/2019 | US-China Trade War: Making Up Is Hard to Do
Caleb Mills | Geopoliticalmonitor.com
In the midst of rising tariffs and economic uncertainty, a chord of relief was struck when on December 2nd, President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping announced a much-needed truce in their emerging trade war. Needless to say, businesses on both sides of the Pacific breathed a sigh of relief in mere hours. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index climbed 2.5% and the Shanghai Composite index jumped 2.6%. Japan’s Nikkei 225 index rose 1%. In the West, the UK’s FTSE 100 index, the CAC40 in France, and Germany’s DAX were all up by about 2% at the end of the day. ...
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05/01/2019 | China’s Interesting Future, in 2019
Tom Clifford | The Globalist
If China has a problem, so does the global economy. ...
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05/01/2019 | The Deteriorating US Economy
Robert J. Shapiro | The Globalist
Economists cannot say with precision when the next U.S. recession will begin. But there is no reasonable doubt that the U.S. economy will weaken in 2019. ...
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02/01/2019 | Requiem For A Year Of Hope – Analysis
Jorge Valero | EurActiv
“Europe is back”, EU officials proclaimed at the beginning of 2018, buoyed by political impetus and the momentum of economic growth. The optimism didn’t last long. As the year ends, many lament the missed opportunity to deepen monetary union. But 2019 cannot be ‘business as usual’, they warn. The stakes are too high. ...
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28/12/2018 | Alemania redobla el control sobre las inversiones chinas tras su entrada en sectores estratégicos
Carmen Valero | El Mundo
Merkel: "El nacionalismo nunca más puede prevalecer en Europa, se lo debemos a las generaciones futuras". Angela Merkel y Emmanuel Macron descartan modificar el Acuerdo del Brexit ...
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