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In its first report on China under Communism, the World Bank presciently recognised the potential for “a tremendous increase in the living standards of its people”.
In his speech on the UK’s regional divides, Johnson failed to mention the biggest policy exacerbating inequality: quantitative easing.
A long history of US intervention in Latin America cannot be separated from the current crises.
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen got G7 finance ministers on board last month. Can she do the same with her G20 counterparts?
Crypto is more than just technology: it is a new political, economic and cultural paradigm.
The US president can prioritise bipartisan cooperation or the climate crisis but not both.
In the UK the total number of millionaires increased by 11 per cent in 2020 and has more than doubled since 2010.
Newly appointed as chair of the FTC, the 32-year-old competition lawyer has become the face of America's “hipster antitrust” movement.
The government’s own estimates suggest that the Australia deal will only boost GDP by 0.02 per cent, compared to a 4 per cent loss from Brexit.
As free-market globalisation recedes, countries from the US to the UK to China are embracing national capitalism.
We have entered a new economic era of higher public spending and greater government intervention.