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G-20s

    L'incertezza fa chiudere gli hotel sulle spiagge italiane

    Riunione in videoconferenza del G-20s, raggruppa le maggiori località balneari del paese, con la richiesta di avere in tempi rapidi e certi le nuove regole di sicurezza a cui adeguarsi. A Cattolica l'80% degli albergatori non aprirà mentre a Jesolo monta la fibrillazione tra gli operatori

    – di Enrico Netti

    G20, sparisce dal testo conclusivo il «no» al protezionismo

    I ministri finanziari e i banchieri centrali riuniti oggi a Baden Baden (Germania) per il G20 non hanno raggiunto alcun nuovo accordo a favore del libero scambio, rompendo con una tradizione decennale di rifiuto del protezionismo e di approvazione del commercio aperto. Infatti, dal testo delle

    Investments: A Global Priority

    During the recent G20 summit of the Heads of State and Government held in Turkey, the issue of the war on terrorism seemed to have-and rightly so-absolute priority, without however erasing the socio-economic development topics. It was important not to distinguish between security and development.

    – Alberto Quadrio Curzio

    Putting Out Fires Remains the Main Priority

    According to a statement made yesterday by European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi, China will be one of the main issues on the table for financial ministers and governors at the G-20 meeting held today and tomorrow in Ankara, Turkey.

    – Alessandro Merli

    The Post-Crisis Global Economy in Three Words

    PARIS - Five years have passed since the collapse of the American investment bank Lehman Brothers triggered financial mayhem and marked the onset of the Great

    – by Jean Pisani-Ferry

    The Currency War That's Changing Europe

    The Davos World Economic Forum had the merit of shedding light on what will be a key issue in 2013: the currency war. But wasn't job creation supposed to be

    – Carlo De Benedetti

    A Global New Deal

    NEW YORK - Recent political developments, including the defeat of incumbent governments in France and Greece, suggest that the public's tolerance for economic

    – by Jomo Kwame Sundaram

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