Tuesday , 26 May 2020


Economic Overviews

China Investing $Billions In Africa – Here’s a Look At Where

China has increasingly poured billions of dollars of foreign direct investment capital into Africa..and is now invested in 46 of 54 African countries, mainly with a focus on metals, energy, and infrastructure...Investments in 2015 up until June have totaled $17.8 billion, and are on pace to reach $42 billion by the end of this year. The infographic below will help you visualize China's investment in China.

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Corruption Perceptions Index: How Does Your Country Score?

Each year we score countries on how corrupt their public sectors are seen to be by capturing the informed views of analysts, business people and experts in countries around the world. The resultant Corruption Perceptions Index sends a powerful message and governments have been forced to take notice and act. How does your country score?

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Who Is Going to Pull Global Economy Out of Its Funk?

Who is going to pull the global economy out of its funk? No one knows, but it’s not going to be China – regardless of how many more times the central bank is going to tweak its policies and cut interest rates. That’s what China’s trade fiasco is saying.

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A Spot-on Assessment Of Our Sorry Economic Situation

Future business activity will reflect the over-indebted state of the U.S. economy and the world & the inability of the Federal Reserve to initiate policies to promote growth in this environment. If that’s not a pithy, spot-on summary of our sorry situation, I don’t know what is! The details are provided within.

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How Will Your Country Fare In Next 15 Years? Take A Look

Today’s infographic looks at where GDP growth will come from in the next 15 and 30 years...(the Asia-Pacific region, which currently makes up only 4.8% of the world’s middle-class spending, will balloon to become the biggest spender by far in 2030 at 32.6%, while North America, by comparison, will only increase from 5.5% to 5.8% during that period) and population and life expectancy projections for 32 countries. What does the future hold for your country?

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