Tag Archives: developing nations

Don’t Reverse Globalization. Refine It.

Globalization’s positives can only be achieved if we correct the problems.

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Why Political Risk Will Dominate Markets in 2014

The headlines are filled with bad political news and that means bad news for markets.

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The Global Economy in 2014: An Uneven Recovery

What is the 2014 outlook for economies around the world?

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The U.S. Abandons the World’s Poor at the WTO

Does allowing India and other poor countries to help farmers and consumers really distort global markets?

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The “Yes We Can” Minister of Nigeria

An interview with Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala on her country’s future path.

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India’s Food Crises: A Close-Up

Can India be a global power when it can’t guarantee its own food security?

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The New Globalists: The Road Ahead

As global economic activity shifts from the West, how will it change the world?

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Emerging Consumers: A Big Turning Point

The consumer class is on the rise globally. Why is earning $10 a day a global economic pivot point?

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Why China Does Not See Itself As a Model

Despite its growing economic and political power on the global stage, why doesn’t China want the world to view it as a model?

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Relax! China Isn’t Taking Over the World (Yet)

Will Chinese products soon put everyone else in the rest of the world out of a job?

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