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India

14th January, 2020 » On a slide  NEW

There is much to worry about in India. The slowdown in growth might have coincided with global weakness, but the…

Taiwan

13th January, 2020 » Democracy rules ok?  NEW

The outcome of Saturday’s Taiwanese presidential election was no great surprise. It reinforces the problems China and President Xi face…

Global

16th December, 2019 » Cold water

The removal of uncertainties is always good for a short-term market boost. But it’s often better to travel than arrive.…

Hong Kong

25th November, 2019 » Democratic tensions

The victory of pro-democracy candidates in the weekend’s Hong Kong (HK) district council elections creates another problem for US/China trade…

Spain

29th April, 2019 » Por una cabeza

Pedro Sanchez’ gamble to call a snap election paid off. His PSOE has become the biggest party in parliament, its share of the vote at least 10% points ahead of any other. Yet one is left with a lingering sense of fragmentation, especially on the right.

Greece

29th December, 2014 » A new Greek tragedy

Greece faces parliamentary elections as soon as 25 January following the failure of Prime Minister Antonis Samaras to install his…

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