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ECONOMYNEXT – Sri Lanka can emerge from the current economic crisis with good policies targeting the long term rather than ad hoc policy measures, said opposition lawmaker Mayantha Dissanayake. Sri Lanka’s precarious economic situation has created great uncertainty for entrepreneurs and businesses in the country. The loss of government revenue and the sharp increase in …

The two biggest European powers closed their doors at a crucial time Emmanuel Macron welcomes Angela Merkel to the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, September 16, 2021. (Reuters) Not so long ago, an archaeologist friend of mine and I came to a striking conclusion: we have done our intellectual work entirely upside down. He, having …

Bank of England: an expert analyzes the forecasts for the British economy Last week, Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey hinted at the idea of ​​raising interest rates for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The numbers before the news looked promising, with the UK proudly boasting the strongest growth in …

OPINION: The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be an alarming and worrying time for many Americans. As supply chains stagnated amid a global shutdown, the United States was forced to contend with its heavy reliance on imports from China and other countries for many products used in daily life. Of particular concern …

Americans have experienced a long period of low inflation, but the economic landscape is changing. A higher level of inflation is likely to be with us, at least in the medium term, due to a number of structural changes. Snapping up on inflation and saying it’s temporary won’t change the current trajectory towards higher prices …

HISTORY INDICATES that for a country to reasonably govern and protect its interests at home and abroad, it takes experienced and knowledgeable professionals with acumen to analyze and navigate the complex security space. national and foreign affairs, which is teeming with military, economic, technological, geopolitical and diplomatic tensions. In the aftermath of World War II, …

Western domination is gradually fading, and with it, the primacy of force over law returns. The world is moving away from Westernization. What should Europeans do? For a long time, the Western conception of international relations was based on the balance of power established by the treaties of Westphalia. These treaties created an inter-state order …

A History of Taiwan-China Economic Ties, by Shelley Rigger – SupChina Skip to content Find a company based in China Find a company based in ChinaJD technologyEvergrande GroupGanfeng LithiumShenghe Resources HoldingNorth China Rare Earth GroupBaotou Iron and SteelGemLens technologyKanzhunKuaishouMissFreshXuanji technologyVolitationHuimingjieAEEEHangThree Gorges Society of ChinaChina across the oceanHoneycombXAGCMSGDUFoiaSYS SkyTIMAutel roboticsChina Aviation Industry CompanyChinese Academy of Aerospace …

President Joe Biden has identified China as the main international competitive challenge America faces, but his administration appears distracted and lacks credible policy. Since 2000, China’s R&D spending has grown 16% per year and will likely exceed US spending by 2025. The goal is to match or surpass the West in artificial intelligence, microprocessors , …

What a difference a few decades make. US and EU trade ministers recently felt compelled to sit down for a special high-level ministerial forum in hopes of strengthening their relationship after years of transatlantic tensions over all manner of issues economic and commercial economies of the digital age, from taxes on digital services to cross-border …