October 13, 2014
Brazil entered technical recession in the second quarter of this year but with Aécio Neves, seen as the more business-friendly of the candidates, coming an unexpected second in the first round of Brazil’s presidential election; hopes are high that the country can regain its mojo if he builds on his success into the second round. […]
August 11, 2014
Turkey’s first direct presidential election has shone a spotlight on the economy’s key challenges. With real GDP growth expected to come in at just 2.2% in 2014, compared to a recent peak of 9.2% in 2010; the leadership has some serious challenges to overcome if Turkey is to achieve its goal of becoming one of […]
November 7, 2012
President Obama’s reelection has many global implications. Since the United States is the world’s largest economy, implemented policies have worldwide ramifications. Obama’s win is likely to produce more diplomatic trade relations with China and non-militant approaches to Iran. In the very short term, the reelection has had positive impacts on the markets in Europe due […]
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