Category Archives: World economy

Why isn’t Thailand’s middle class fond of democracy? — East Asia Forum

Author: Pavin Chachavalpongpun, Kyoto University The growth of the middle class and civil society plays a pivotal role in the promotion of democracy. They closely monitor a government’s performance and its commitment to good governance. The middle class also demands … Continue reading

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VOA Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese): Thị trường chứng khoán Á châu sụt giảm vì ‘biến cố’ Hy L ạp

Một người bạn vừa giới thiệu bài viết của VOATiếngViệt cho bạn. Thị trường chứng khoán Á châu sụt giảm vì ‘biến cố’ Hy Lạp Các mối quan ngại về vụ khủng hoảng tài chính Hy Lạp lan rộng và … Continue reading

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Get a (summer) job: Column

Bill Sternberg 12:50 p.m. EDT July 1, 2015 Fewer teens are working, and that’s too bad. What I learned at the soda-bottling plant. (Photo: Luke Sharrett, Bloomberg) For much of my childhood, I assumed I was going to play for the … Continue reading

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The gap between Greek and German views may be too great for the politicians to bridge

Irreconcilable differences? Jun 15th 2015 | ATHENS AND BERLIN  NEGOTIATIONS over a deal to extend Greece’s bail-out, and to free up the money it needs to make repayments on its debt, broke down yet again on Sunday night in Brussels. … Continue reading

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Thủ tướng Đức Angela Merkel tính phương án Hy Lạp rời Eurozone

(VIETNAM+) 12/06/15 Thủ tướng Đức Angela Merkel. (Nguồn: AFP) Theo báo Hình ảnh (Bild) của Đức ngày 11/6, Thủ tướng Đức Angela Merkel từ nhiều tháng nay luôn cố gắng để giữ Hy Lạp ở lại Khu vực sử dụng … Continue reading

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C’est La V No More

September 9, 2013, 9:11 am Dean Baker weighs in on the self-correcting economy discussion — it’s not really a debate — and expresses some skepticism about whether we can expect a recovery even in the Keynesian long run. Fair enough. But … Continue reading

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U.S. stocks slump on fiscal-cliff uncertainties

English.news.cn   2012-12-29 08:07:53 NEW YORK, Dec. 28 (Xinhua) — U.S. stocks went down Friday, logging a fifth straight losing streak as prospects of the ” fiscal cliff” remained uncertain. The main stock indexes have recorded the longest losing spree in … Continue reading

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