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Latest in Tag: economist
The Economist’s report entitled “Of bread, bribes and fungus” severely criticised Egypt’s incompetent way in dealing with its wheat problem
It is obvious that The Economist has chosen to take sides with those bent on undermining Egypt, says Abu Zeid
Tens of thousands of refugees have found jobs in Germany – although most of these are in the low-wage sector. Economist Wido Geis tells DW that this marks a first step towards successful integration.
Donald Trump’s firebrand attitudes “would be a potent recruitment tool” for the Jihadists and could lead the US into a trade war, British research group EIU said. The group does not expect Trump to win the US election.
A European Union advisory group representing nearly 400 business, labor and civil society organizations wants the European Central Bank to redirect its money creation powers toward funding new EU infrastructure. Meeting in Brussels, a couple of dozen sober-suited economists and other experts have quietly called for a revolution in the way the EU runs its …
While some worry the costs of the refugee crisis could leave an irreparable dent in Germany’s state coffers, some economist argue they might just save the economy. But for that to happen, lawmakers must wise up. The costs of the refugee crisis keep rising. The price for providing housing, food, day care, education, German courses …
The recent stock market plunge has exacerbated worries about the Chinese economy. Nonetheless, ADB Chief Economist Shang-Jin Wei tells DW China is still on track to reach a growth rate not far from the 7 percent target. Cheered by a rally in US stocks and a domestic interest rate cut, Chinese stocks rebounded from five …
German figures express concerns that the ECB could be overstepping its mandate