Articles / Rubric: Global

Odd Per Brekk: "Russian economic is overheating"
November 2012 | Global
Weakening of fears of "oil" geopolitical risks, including increase of oil production by the OPEC countries, led to the falling of predicted oil price. Despite this, the International Monetary Fund forecasts growth of gross domestic product of Russia. Having overtaken pr...


War on the Palaces
November 2012 | Global
Politicians in developed countries are currently vying for opportunities to impose higher taxes on its rich citizens. It makes no difference that the solution itself is too weak to entirely fix the budget deficit or that there could be potentially adverse side effects t...


European Migration Becomes Smarter
November 2012 | Global
More and more educated people are beginning to partake in the phenomenon known as “labor migration” in Europe, for whom economically stable countries are creating favorable conditions. The benefits of these attempts are two-fold: on one hand, these countries...


Very Important Chinese
October 2012 | Global
Until the time the talks about Chinese “bubble” which was expected to burst any time soon remained just talks, the well-to-do citizens of Celestial Empire were taking boutiques by assault.  However, the reduction of the customer flow which happened of l...


Czech on Wheels
October 2012 | Global
Recent economic research shows that Europe is still in a recession, and there are not many signs for recovery in the near future. The Czech Republic is not an exception, though its major companies are not doing badly. According to Deloitte’ data 80 largest Czech c...


The Four Islands of European Stability
October 2012 | Global
It has been customary to depict the European economic picture exclusively in dark colors of late. Nevertheless, several European countries can boast of extraordinary stability in the stormy conditions.


Big Dark Horse
October 2012 | Global
While the patent war between Apple and Samsung goes on, Microsoft can increase the share of its sales on the market of the mobile operational systems. The experts do not deem breakthrough of the company on the global level possible, but on the fast-growing markets Micro...


Equation with Multiple Unknowns
October 2012 | Global
Whoever wins the Oval Office seat in the White House this coming January will have to find a balance between boosting the economy’s declining growth and developing a responsible budget policy.


A Lose-Lose Strategy
October 2012 | Global
In case of a conflict between Tehran and Tel-Aviv, the price of oil may reach $200 a barrel, causing the market to collapse.


Hegemon Has Got to Leave
October 2012 | Global
As the largest and most successful creditor country, Germany is in the driver’s seat of the European Union. The actions taken by this country will largely determine the outcome of the current crisis. According to the well-known American financier George Soros, in ...


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