by Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | November 13, 2015 Portugal is heading into politically unchartered territory with the fall of its center-right government on November 10 in the face of protests and defections by anti-austerity lawmakers. A new Socialist government led by Antonio Costa is expected to take power with two other leftist parties, ...
by John Larsen | November 12, 2015 The proliferation of renewables and persistently low natural gas prices have been pushing down coal generator margins for years. The results to date have been an unprecedented wave of plant retirements and lower CO2 emissions. These dynamics are having a similar impact on the largest ...
Thilo Hanemann and Cassie Gao | November 12, 2015 President Xi’s state visit to the United States in September has illustrated how important two-way investment has become for US-China economic relations, including visits at Chinese-owned companies and discussions to advance a bilateral investment treaty. This note provides an update on Chinese investment activity in ...
| October 20, 2015 Rhodium Group (RHG) has appointed Logan Wright as Director of China Markets Research, effective immediately.
by Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | September 21, 2015 Greek voters delivered a resounding victory to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his Syriza party on September 20, despite a record low voter turnout of 55 percent. Syriza’s 35.5 percent of the vote replicated its achievement in January 2015. Compounding his victory was the failure ...
by Jacob Funk Kirkegaard | August 21, 2015 For the third time this year, Greek voters will be going the polls, this time to elect a new Parliament on September 20 in the wake of the €86 billion bailout accord with European creditors and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s resignation. But the most likely ...
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