When no one is buying, no one is exporting
The European economic crisis and a weak global economy continues to ripple throughout the word as China again experienced a slowing in export growth.
The weak growth leads some to believe that the “hard landing” has arrived in China.
Is populism destroying globalism? Yes, according to Shinji Fukukawa, who writes in the Japan Times that “as long as politicians are in the grip of populism, the progress of globalism will be undermined.”
The Boston Tea Party
Boston Federal Reserve Bank President Rosengren believes that the Fed must take stronger action to spur economic growth.
Too early to celebrate in Sudan
How an agreement on oil exports and access to pipelines in Sudan could slip away.