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19 Apr 2018 (AFR) - The global economic recovery is real but fragile

(19 April 2018, AFR, p25, Martin Wolf)

‘The world economy is enjoying a period of strong economic growth. It is not growing as quickly as it did between 2003 and 2007, but, in view of how that surge ended, we should be grateful for that mercy. 105 more words

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This Is How Much Money the World Owes

The world’s debt load has ballooned to a record $164 trillion, a trend that could make it harder for countries to respond to the next recession and pay off debts if financing conditions tighten, the International Monetary Fund said. 502 more words


CEIR Predict Recap: The Impact of the Micro and Macro Environment on the Exhibitions and Events Industry

Thank you to session partner, PSAV!

Two economists walk into a room full of exhibition and event c-suite executives…no, this isn’t the start of a joke. 1,139 more words

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G is for GREEK Tragedy and government debt (The A2Z of Economics 7/26)




I first came to Bangalore in 2003. I had moved from Delhi, and had exhausted most of my cash during the move. 2,670 more words


3 Apr 2018 (AFR) - Global trade war would be worse than 2009 global recession: KPMG

(3 April 2018, AFR, p6, by Jacob Greber)

‘A global trade war would be worse than many imagine, tipping much of Europe, the UK and Canada into recession and costing as many as 285,000 Australian jobs in an economic shock likely to last longer than the global financial crisis. 55 more words

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Η πορεία της Κίνας προς την κορυφή της Παγκόσμιας Οικονομίας

Η Κίνα έχει μετατραπεί από μια αγροτική οικονομία σε μια παγκόσμια οικονομία που βασίζεται σε ψηφιακές καταναλώσεις και οδηγείται από αγοραστές με ηλεκτρονικό πορτοφόλι.

Αυτό το έτος σηματοδοτεί την 40ή επέτειο της οικονομικής μεταρρύθμισης και του ανοίγματος της Κίνας.


Public deficit in France, Economic Apathy and Italian politics – My Monday column

Is the French economy becoming virtuous? With the public deficit falling below the 3% mark, it is tempting to think so… 2.6% for the full year 2017 and 2.1% for the last quarter of the year, so it is really very tempting. 1,332 more words

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