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16/05/2024 | Opinión - Argentina: Javier Milei ya está demostrando que el ¨establishment¨ económico de izquierda está equivocado
Matthew Lynn | El Economista (Es)
Nadie debería contener la respiración. Después de todo, estamos hablando de Argentina, un país con una larga historia de gobiernos fallidos, colapsos económicos y default de deuda. Y sin embargo, están comenzando a aparecer señales de que, contra todo pronóstico, las audaces reformas de mercado libre de su presidente libertario, Javier Milei, están comenzando a funcionar. Con la inflación cayendo, las tasas de interés bajando y el peso en alza, Milei ya está demostrando que el establecimiento económico global de izquierda, adicto a un gobierno más grande y déficits interminables, está equivocado. Y aún podría proporcionar una plantilla para que otros países escapen del estancamiento. ...
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14/05/2024 | Opinion - US suggests possibility of penalties if production of Chinese electric vehicles moves to Mexico
Josh Boak | AP
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is suggesting the possibility that additional penalties could be put in place if the Chinese makers of electric vehicles try to move their production to Mexico to avoid newly announced import taxes. ...
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26/04/2024 | Opinión - Política de IA no puede ignorar el cambio climático: Se necesitan cero emisiones netas de la IA
Philippe Benoit | Inter Press Service
Este es un artículo de opinión de Philippe Benoit, director gerente de Global Infrastructure Advisory Services 2050 (Servicios de Asesoría sobre Infraestructura Global 2050). ...
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24/04/2024 | Opinion - Beijing’s View of the Chinese Economy
George Friedman | Geopolitical Futures.
At an economic forum last week in Shanghai, a senior Chinese government adviser named Liu Yuanchun, who is also the president of the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, made some stark remarks about the state of the Chinese economy. ...
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23/04/2024 | Opinion - Sagging Real Estate and Bad Debts: China’s Banking System Risk
Antonio Graceffo | Geopoliticalmonitor.com
China is facing a looming banking crisis that is closely tied to an ongoing meltdown in the real estate sector. While much attention has been given to the real estate bubble, the interconnectedness between the real estate sector and the banking industry poses significant risks to China’s overall financial stability. Understanding the magnitude of the potential crisis requires an analysis of the complex relationship between the real estate crisis, banking system strains, shadow banking activities, and the solvency of local governments. ...
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18/04/2024 | Opinion - The future of Europe’s Southeast Asia engagement
Prashanth Parameswaran | Geopolitical Intelligence Services
Relations between Southeast Asia and Europe have evolved on many fronts, and will likely keep developing despite geopolitical tensions.Shared challenges mean Europe’s and Southeast Asia’s strategic interests are aligning. The European Union is trying to grow its security footprint in the region. This rapprochement remains vulnerable to major geopolitical events. ...
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17/04/2024 | Opinion - Can Blockchain Revolutionize Commodities Trading?
Richard Garner | Geopoliticalmonitor.com
If the graphite in your smartphone could talk, what story would it tell? From the miners who extract it under unsafe working conditions to the traders who make or lose fortunes bringing it to market, graphite and other commodities steer the course of human lives up and down the supply chain. ...
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15/04/2024 | Opinion - Sweden’s pivotal role in critical materials for Europe
Ewa Björling | Geopolitical Intelligence Services
Amid Europe’s drive for sustainability and autonomy, Sweden emerges as a rare metals pioneer aiming to challenge China’s dominance..Europe needs stable rare-metal supplies for climate goals, geopolitical risk reduction. China’s dominance prompts Europe to reassess mining, processing needs.Sweden aims to play a strategic role in Europe’s rare metal diversification. ...
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26/03/2024 | Opinión - Un precio universal para los gases de efecto invernadero del transporte marítimo
Angie Farrag-Thibault y Panos Spiliotis | Excelsior
Los delegados a la Organización Marítima Internacional (OMI) deben aprovechar la oportunidad de institucionalizar la descarbonización de la industria marítima y preparar el comercio mundial para un futuro limpio y próspero. Como la agencia reguladora del transporte marítimo, la OMI es responsable por el impacto ambiental y social que causa el transporte marítimo mundial. La semana pasada, en la 81ª reunión del Comité de Protección del Medio Marino (MEPC), sus países miembros negociaron en Londres un futuro sostenible para el sector. ...
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29/01/2024 | Opinión - ¿Cómo afectaría a China la liquidación de Evergrande?
Martin Nik | Deutsche Welle
La liquidación del conglomerado Evergrande podría tener consecuencias de gran alcance para la segunda economía más grande del mundo. ...
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