Econographics Jul 14, 2022
The Euro at parity with the USD: Implications for the global economy
By Hung Tran
The difficult challenges facing the Euro Area and actions taken to calm inflation in the US make it difficult for the EA and other countries to undertake their own policy measures to counter the looming stagflation and recession threats.
Econographics May 16, 2022
Trade facilitation and the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework
By Niels Graham
At the end of May, US President Joe Biden is expected to formally launch the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework (IPEF). The framework is the United States’ first attempt to create a large-scale, multilateral, Asia-focused economic strategy since 2017. For the framework to achieve broad participation, trade facilitation ought be a key component.
Econographics Apr 29, 2022
Wargaming a Western Freeze of China’s Foreign Reserves
By Hung Tran
China’s new Financial Stability Law creates a new framework for furthering financial stability in the country. This has implications for the United States, which is undergoing fiscal tightening, as well as emerging markets, where portfolio capital has begun flowing outward.
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