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الأحد, 30 حزيران/يونيو 2019 11:48

The World Needs Shock Therapy

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While any global meeting that involves Donald Trump has the capacity to surprise, one thing is virtually certain about this weekend’s G-20 summit in Osaka, Japan: The gathered leaders will issue a pious call to work together to shore up growth, trade and the global financial system. The challenge they face is much bigger than that, however. And good intentions aren’t going to solve it.     The central question is how to restore reasonable levels of growth within resource and environmental constraints. Advanced economies are trapped in what John Maynard Keynes in 1931 called a “semi-slump” -- a torpor…
الأحد, 23 حزيران/يونيو 2019 15:02

Central Banks Are Creating a Horde of Zombie Investors

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Ruchir Sharma, chief global strategist at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, wrote a provocative op-ed in the New York Times last weekend. Titled “When Dead Companies Don’t Die,” it argues that unprecedented monetary stimulus from global central banks created a “fat and slow” world, dominated by large companies and plagued by a swarm of “zombie firms” — those that should be out of business but survive because of rock-bottom borrowing costs.     I would add that central bankers are creating a horde of zombie investors as well.     By now, bond markets have adjusted to the unabashedly dovish shift from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi…
  A House Intelligence Committee hearing Thursday raised alarm bells about China’s use of surveillance technology to control its population and cement its authoritarian system of government, and the possibility that China was conributing to the rise of authoritarianism around the world by exporting these systems abroad. “Citizens of China today live their lives bounded by the guardrails of ubiquitous surveillance and pervasive influence operations—all in the name of the Chinese Communist Party’s desire to retain political control,” Representative Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said during Thursday’s hearing. “Leveraging advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning and facial recognition…
icy illustration  When a Dutch cybersecurity researcher disclosed last month that Chinese security contractor SenseNets left a massive facial recognition database tracking the movements of over 2.5 million people in China’s Xinjiang province unsecured on the internet, it briefly shone a spotlight on the alarming scope of the Chinese surveillance state. But SenseNets is a symptom of a much larger phenomenon: Tech firms in the United States are lending expertise, reputational credence, and even technology to Chinese surveillance companies, wittingly or otherwise. The SenseNets database logged exact GPS coordinates on a 24-hour basis and, using facial recognition, associated that data…
السبت, 09 آذار/مارس 2019 09:39

As the World Burns: Hurtling Towards an Unlivable Planet

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The media and political establishments are diddling while the planet burns. Are we really supposed to take their games seriously as humanity veers ever more dangerously off the environmental cliff? In 2008, James Hansen, then head of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, and seven other leading climate scientists reported that we would see “practically irreversible ice sheet and species loss” if the planet’s average temperature rose above 1°Celsius (C) thanks to carbon dioxide’s (CO2) presence in the atmosphere reaching 450 parts per million (ppm). CO2 was at 385 ppm when this report came out.  It was “already in the dangerous zone,” Hansen and…
الثلاثاء, 19 شباط/فبراير 2019 12:16

A Call to Moral Capitalism

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ast month, our president told 800,000 federal employees to make do without paychecks for 35 days. Full-time workers lined up at soup kitchens. Families frantically begged for loan deferments, credit extensions, and acts of mercy from their banks. Air-traffic controllers put in ten-hour shifts, then worked as Uber drivers to make ends meet. The contract workers who clean government offices, guard government doors, and serve government meals are still not guaranteed one cent of the pay they missed. The January shutdown bore all the ugly hallmarks of the Trump presidency, from overt racism to tone-deaf privilege. And—beneath it all—an administration…
Nigerian labor unions began a nationwide strike Thursday to protest stalled negotiations with the government over a new minimum wage in an action that involves some workers in Africa’s biggest oil industry. The Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria, or Pengassan, said it was joining the action with immediate effect. “However, those on critical and essential services are required to remain on their duty posts,” the manager-level union’s secretary general, Lumumba Okugbawa, said in an emailed statement. The strike involves public and private sector labor coalitions grouped under the Nigeria Labour Congress, for blue-collar workers, and the…
السبت, 28 تموز/يوليو 2018 15:35

Protectionism’s Appeal Endures, Despite Its Disastrous Effects

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The persuasive power of evidence is overrated. If you are not collateral damage in the escalating trade wars, the bulletins from the wars’ multiplying fronts are hilarious reading. You are collateral damage only if you are a manufacturer, farmer, or consumer, so relax and enjoy the following reports. Whirlpool, which makes washing machines and demands for government protection, wheedled Washington into imposing tariffs on, and quotas for, imported machines. Unfortunately for Whirlpool, American steel and aluminum makers horned in on the protectionist fun, getting tariffs — taxes paid by Americans — imposed on imports of those materials that, the Wall Street…
السبت, 14 نيسان/أبريل 2018 15:34

Why even a trade war won’t derail Made in China 2025

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DEsigned to calm down fears of an ominous US-China trade war, President Xi Jinping’s speech at the Boao Forum, crammed with Chinese metaphors, was the logical extension of his landmark address to Davos early last year – when he established China at the vanguard of globalization 2.0. At the Boao Forum, Xi stressed a “new phase of opening up” the Chinese economy; blasted a “cold war and zero-sum mentality”; and praised China’s long economic development march – from WTO membership to the foremost trade/connectivity 21st century Eurasia integration project, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).  For the near future, the Chinese economy…
الجمعة, 09 آذار/مارس 2018 07:35

What an Extension of Xi's Reign in China Means for Investors

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The removal of presidential term limits should guarantee one thing for investors -- their China portfolios will be increasingly tied to one man. Markets initially welcomed China’s plan to change its constitution on Monday, a move that would allow Xi Jinping to rule beyond 2023. Analysts say the political certainty should be largely positive for Chinese assets as it bolsters the president’s ability to drive through policies, such as those related to the deleveraging and anti-pollution campaigns. The absence of checks and balances, though, raises the risk of policy errors. Xi’s term since 2013 has been marked by a mostly steady economy…
السبت, 17 شباط/فبراير 2018 16:02

China’s ‘New Silk Roads’ reach Latin America

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A Sharp, geoeconomic shift took place last month in Santiago, Chile at the second ministerial meeting of a forum grouping China and the 33-member Community of Latin American and Caribbean States.  The Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, told his audience that the world’s second-largest economy and Latin America should join efforts to support free trade. This was about “opposing protectionism” and “working for an open world economy,” he said. After encouraging Latin American and Caribbean nations to participate in a major November expo in China, Wang delivered the clincher – Latin America should play a “meaningful” role in the ‘New Silk Roads’, known as the Belt…
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