Posts Tagged ‘Economy’

Briefs & Analysis

IMF Warns of 'Uncertainty' Due to Brexit

In the wake of the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cut its forecasts for global economic […] More

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Venezuela: Veering Off the Edge

In Venezuela, everything is running out.  Food, electricity, and basic necessities like toilet paper are scarce.  Foreign reserves have been depleted, and the government is […] More

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Cracks in the System

After three decades of unprecedented economic growth, China must manage a volatile stock market, a slowing economy, and increasing criticism both at home and abroad […] More

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Impact on Beijing's Actions Abroad

Until recently, the widely accepted international narrative about China was that it was a country on a roll  – characterized by years of remarkable economic […] More

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A Steady Slowdown

Going into the third year at the helm of the world’s second biggest economy, Chinese leader Xi Jinping faces perhaps the most daunting task of […] More