Financial circles are finally taking note of how economic inequity and social exclusion can no longer be tolerated or covered up.
The global economy’s slow and painful healing from the financial crisis continues, but three great challenges still confront the global recovery.
Rising inequality and unfair disparities in incomes and opportunities is stirring controversy in both developing and advanced countries and could undermine the legitimacy of governments across the globe.
Developing economies have performed strongly, while their advanced-country counterparts have struggled to sustain comparable economic growth. Emerging markets can help the advanced economies, but they are still too small and vulnerable to do the job on their own.
U.S. trade policy has undergone an epic shift in the last decade. The ambitious new strategy is promising, but it will also prove challenging and risky.
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