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The Japanese economy is the third largest in the world behind the USA and China and consequently, a major exporting nation.
Political scandals continue to dominate on both sides of the Atlantic with continuing revelations about Trump’s Ukraine policy emerging
Global trade is organised between nations via treaties between nations and between nations and blocs
The German economy is the powerhouse of the Eurozone and one of the biggest exporting nations in the world.
Spain has the unfortunate situation that the past four years have seen it go to the polls four times in general elections
The government of the UK will be breathing a collective sigh of relief that the UK economy has avoided a recession in Q3 as it prepares to fight the general election
Last week saw the major markets gaining ground. In the UK, pundits are hawkishly watching the election campaign for clues as to its outcome
The Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England has decided to leave UK interest rates unchanged at 0.75%.
At the heart of the impeachment process against President Trump lies the question of whether or not the President misused the power of his office
The UK parliament dissolved itself last night after one of the shortest parliamentary sessions on record, just 22 days between the State opening of parliament and its dissolution.
The UK will hold a general election on 12th December which may, or may not, resolve Brexit.
As the effects of Trump’s 2017 tax cut are working their way through the US economy. Trump claimed that his policy would boost US growth to between 3 and 6% per annum and his critics said that they would saddle the US with an additional $1.5 trillion of debt over a decade.
Again, citing the negative impact of trade wars that the USA itself has stoked with various nations around the world, most notably China, and a slowing global economy
Después de haber negado tres veces las mociones del primer ministro que pedían una elección general bajo los términos de la Ley del Parlamento Fijo, los Comunes aprobaron ayer una ley simple que fija las elecciones generales para el 12 de diciembre de 2019.
Having three times denied the prime minister’s motions calling for a general election under the terms of the Fixed Parliament Act, the Commons passed a simple act yesterday fixing a general election for 12th December 2019.