EU

6 Oct 17, 10:02am
Siah Hwee Ang with the latest happenings across the Asia-Pacific including a new couple, an old & odd couple, arbitration of the Belt and Road, the Kra Canal proposal, capping population & more 
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30 Jun 17, 10:02am
Siah Hwee Ang on China and the US addressing their beef, the growing global population, Asia's cost challenges, the return of the conglomerate, protectionism vs 'what's appropriate', Japan steps on to the Belt Road...gingerly, and more
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16 Dec 16, 10:02am
Siah Hwee Ang on escalating trade tension, scandal in Seoul, Trump's Taiwanese tryst, sour notes in India, ASEAN's open doors, Alibaba on the move and more
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16 Nov 16, 11:18am
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics argues Trump can't start a trade war as one is already well underway in cyberspace
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16 Aug 16, 2:51pm
John Mauldin skewers the IMF and its inability to tackle international financial system challenges, and sees its failings as emblematic of wider issues with supranational organisations
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8 Jul 16, 10:02am
Economist Shamubeel Eaqub on the many sides of Brexit, global politics, globalisation, internet piracy, the Olympic curse, Australia's election mess, Australia's Trump & more
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4 Jul 16, 12:38pm
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy argues the TPPA is part of a broader ideological arm-wrestle at a time when globalisation is under siege in the West
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1 Jul 16, 10:02am
CMC Markets NZ general manager Chris Smith on George Soros's views of Brexit, bond market blues, peace breaks out in the oil market, China and the new global monetary order, & more
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29 Jun 16, 12:18pm
George Friedman argues the European Union, not Britain, is the weaker player after the Brexit vote
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29 Jun 16, 10:18am
Andrew Cornell says the worst case Brexit knock-on effect for the global economy and banking industry would be a large-scale retraction of globalisation and a retreat into simplistic nationalism
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27 Jun 16, 4:17pm
Fed Farmers dairy chairman admits NZ dairy farmers are among the world's most indebted, says the effects of the Brexit are up in the air and diverts attention away from nitrogen in the fresh water debate
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27 Jun 16, 2:48pm
David Hargreaves says about the only thing we can be sure of is that American interest rates will not rise in the near future, so we need to focus on that
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24 Jun 16, 5:21pm
Westpac chief economist Dominick Stephens ponders what Brexit might mean for NZ, now sees August OCR cut as much more likely
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21 Jun 16, 1:41pm
Given not everyone plays fair when it comes to international trade, Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy probes the TPPA's trade remedies
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17 Jun 16, 8:22am
We could again very soon be confronted by our powerlessness in the face of global upheavals
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10 Jun 16, 10:02am
Motu Research analysts look at food stamps, technology and productivity, Brexit and migration, taxing the poor, Presidential campaign myths, and more...
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10 May 16, 12:28pm
Inefficient farmers unhappy with performance of inefficient subsidy payers. How invasive Government distorts rural fundamentals
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5 May 16, 3:27pm
EY's Rebecca Sellers and Ken Wallace outline the risks and requirements NZ companies with European customers face under the EU's new stringent data privacy regime
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8 Apr 16, 10:27am
Motu research analysts on why Middle America should be angry, saving the EU, middle class housing projects, the TPPA, the animated Panama Papers & more
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17 Mar 16, 3:58pm
HiFX's Dan Bell on the Fed's 'breathing room', Brexit, Donald Trump, NZ GDP & the RBNZ's surprise OCR cut
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