Noteby Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | October 29, 2014 Despite recent unflattering jokes, France is not an economic basket case. Blessed with numerous competitive high value-added industries, France is also visited by more foreign tourists than any other country in the world. It has also performed far better than the euro area periphery and ...
Reportby Daniel H. Rosen | October 22, 2014 RHG and the Asia Society Policy Institute analyze China’s economic reform program laid out by President Xi Jinping and assess the progress China has made in implementing the reforms,
Noteby Thilo Hanemann and Cassie Gao | October 21, 2014 After a slow 6 months, China’s global outbound FDI picked up again in the third quarter of 2014. In the Unites States, Chinese firms spent $3.1 billion on FDI transactions from July to September, including Lenovo’s acquisition of IBM’s x86 server business. This note reviews ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | October 17, 2014 I have been browsing Henry Kissinger’s latest volume, World Order, and had a chance to hear him live and close-up in New York City. Kissinger is a dying breed in the world today: a practicing diplomat who is also a great geopolitical theorist. Connecting the ...
Noteby John Larsen, Kate Larsen and Whitney Ketchum | October 6, 2014 At the 2009 UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, the United States committed to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the range of 17% below 2005 levels by 2020. Halfway to that 2020 deadline, the Obama Administration has adopted or announced a number of ...
Noteby Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | October 1, 2014 The European Central Bank (ECB) is reportedly on the cusp of another round of euro area sovereign bond purchases. Proponents of such a move say it is necessary if the ECB is to grow its balance sheet by the €750 billion to €1 trillion signaled ...
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