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Should China be ejected from the SDR?

The Chinese renminbi has no place in the currency basket that comprises the IMF's reserve asset, argues Benjamin J Cohen

30 May 2017
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Confronting Europe's illiberals

The European Union must face down the autocratic leaders of Poland and Hungary now, says Guy Verhofstadt

25 May 2017
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Maintaining growth in a fast-ageing Asia

In a region ageing remarkably fast, advanced and emerging economies alike are now at risk of growing old before ever becoming rich

24 May 2017
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MLD4: cleaning up UK politics

The Fourth Money Laundering Directive could be a defining moment for financial regulations and could allow the UK to create its own strong identity again

23 May 2017
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Female entrepreneurs and the curse of "male-only" business attributes

Women in business can be forced to define themselves in opposition to the attributes associated with men, Lianne Taylor argues

23 May 2017
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China's not-so-cruel intentions

Keyu Jin explores China's "one belt, one road" trade initiative and argues the country's intentions are far from malicious

22 May 2017
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Can J-nomics save South Korea’s economy?

Lee Jong-Wha questions the political viability of newly elected president Moon Jae-in's domestic policy agenda

22 May 2017
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Election 2017: manifesto for a vibrant economy

Jonathan Riley, head of tax at Grant Thornton, on the three economic priorities for a new government

17 May 2017
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The tax gamble at the heart of Labour's manifesto

George Bull dissects Labour's promises ahead of the crucial election on 8 June

17 May 2017
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Congratulations, president Macron – now we oppose you

Macron’s policies will simply worsen the deflationary, regressive cycle that is Le Pen’s greatest ally, says Yanis Varoufakis

15 May 2017

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