Category Economy

Bent on dying or bent on living
Economy

Bent on dying or bent on living

While China destroyed many western economic sectors with exports at low production costs, its authorities have not paid attention to the malicious behavior and financial strategies that its economy imported from these same countries. The news we receive from China no longer speaks of "giant asleep ”but of shadow banking, exorbitant increase in business credit, real estate bubble, unnecessary infrastructure, hidden delinquencies and public bailouts.

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Economy

Bent on dying or bent on living

While China destroyed many western economic sectors with exports at low production costs, its authorities have not paid attention to the malicious behavior and financial strategies that its economy imported from these same countries. The news we receive from China no longer speaks of "giant asleep ”but of shadow banking, exorbitant increase in business credit, real estate bubble, unnecessary infrastructure, hidden delinquencies and public bailouts.
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Economy

Internationalization of Spanish companies at the stroke of a checkbook

Surprising solvency and liquidity of large Spanish companies in the face of the delicate situation of SMEs and households that continue to await the reactivation of bank credit after 6 years of economic and financial crisis. Two “Spains” at different speeds. The increase in acquisitions of the large Spanish groups of the Ibex-35 abroad during 2014 shows progress towards a new phase of international expansion, such as the one that took place at the end of the 1990s with the landing in Latin America and the past decade in the British market.
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Economy

Oil regains its geopolitical role

Volatility and uncertainty have once again taken hold of the financial markets in recent days as a result of a drop in the price of oil of more than 25 in the last month. Our collaborator Pedro G. gives us a bit of coherence in the face of this unexpected situation. What is being elucidated is not only an economic issue, but also a political one.
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Economy

7 very interesting emerging countries to invest in

Brazil, Russia, India, and China (the BRICs) were big focus for investors. Today the spectrum of interesting countries to invest in has broadened. It should be noted, we have seen the selection in Fortune. In 2001, Jim O'Neill in his report "Building Better Global Economic BRICs" coined the term BRIC to group these 4 giants.
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