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Last updated: Dec. 05, 16:00 Page 6 of 7
Oil and gas majors drive payouts of $415bn
By Martha Muir
Financial Times,  Nov. 16, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Move aims to further isolate Moscow amid war in Ukraine, though its impact will be limited because of current trade restrictions
By Yuka Hayashi
The Wall Street Journal,  Nov. 11, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Xi Jinping’s muscular authoritarianism is shaking his neighbor’s post–World War II commitment to pacifism. It hasn’t affected economic ties much yet. Beijing is Tokyo’s top trading partner, with bilateral trade clocking in at $164 billion last year. For the U.S., China is dwarfed by Canada and Mexico.
By Craig Mellow
Barron`s,  Oct. 28, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
While press coverage has focused on BRI debacles in Sri Lanka and Pakistan, the three top borrowers are oil powers Russia, Venezuela, and Angola, says Bradley Parks, executive director of the AidData project at The College of William & Mary.
By Craig Mellow
Barron`s,  Oct. 21, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
A U.N. agency warns that further policy tightening risks a global economic downturn
By Paul Hannon
The Wall Street Journal,  Oct. 03, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Zero-Covid policy has left the world’s second-largest economy out of sync with its peers
By Thomas Hale
Financial Times,  Nov. 15, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
The consequences of a great power rupture may be even worse now than during the cold war
By Martin Wolf
Financial Times,  Nov. 01, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Portfolio history lessons from BofA and Berenberg
By Bryce Elder
Financial Times,  Oct. 28, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Biden administration expects Beijing will put reunification plans on ‘much faster timeline’
By Demetri Sevastopulo in Washington
Financial Times,  Oct. 20, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Research body says loss of output could be larger if Europe faces energy shortages during a severe winter
By Paul Hannon
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 26, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Terrence Keeley’s new book hints at a quiet debate within a firm that has embraced sustainable investing
By Angel Au-Yeung
The Wall Street Journal,  Nov. 12, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Cartel raises long-term demand forecasts on rising developing world demand
By Will Horner
The Wall Street Journal,  Oct. 31, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
The consensus that Beijing can achieve whatever target it sets ignores the pace of slowdown in recent years
By Ruchir Sharma
Financial Times,  Oct. 24, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
The countries want their collective $685 billion in debts forgiven so the money can be invested in climate projects.
By Lisa Friedman
The New York Times,  Oct. 15, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
Slowing growth has dampened expectations that the Chinese economy will be the world’s largest by the end of the decade
By Stella Yifan Xie
The Wall Street Journal,  Sep. 02, 2022    E-mail this to a Friend
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