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By Florence Amphoux | Head of Editorial Team | 11/01/13
What prospects for 2013? What economic forecasts? What geopolitical risks? Listen to the interview with Philippe Moreau-Defarges, a researcher at the French international relations institute IFRI, and Olivier Garnier, the Group's Chief Economist.
By Klaus Baader | Chief Asia Pacific Economist | 09/01/13
Overcoming deflation, a fifth recession in 15 years, high public debt... Japan's economical indicators are worrying. In December, the Japanese voted and elected the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) to fix the country's economy. Shinzo Abe, Head of LDP and Japan's new Prime Minister, is expected to ...
By Olivier Garnier | Group Chief Economist | 04/12/12
After a report by former EADS chief Louis Gallois urging the French government to improve competitivity, after the article in the Economist and the Moody's downgrade, the French economy is under the spotlight. Why so much concern over the French economy all of a sudden?
By Marc Friso | Economist | 21/11/12
Post-1990s, Senegal's economy accelerated. Between 2011 and 2013, growth is expected to double from 2.5% to 5%. Overview of the country's political, economic and banking situation.
By Kim March | Strategist of Emerging countries within Private Banking | 09/10/12
Why the global slowdown starting in Europe has affected Asia so much?
By Benoît Heitz | Head of Global Economic Research | 26/09/12
The French economy has slowed down enormously since the last quarter of 2011, and its growth forecasts for 2013 are being adjusted downwards. The very low levels of interest rates at which the French state is financing itself at the moment - does it mean that the markets have no worries about th ...
By Olivier Garnier | Group Chief Economist | 17/09/12
Eurobonds are either presented as the miracle solution to the euro crisis or as a treacherous, even counter-productive utopia. In order to distance ourselves from this overly simplistic debate, we need to answer two practical and interrelated questions. First, what problems are eurobonds able to ...
By Léa Dauphas | Economic analyst for the southern countries of the Eurozone | 12/06/12
Like Greece, Portugal and Ireland before it, Spain is now being faced with serious financial difficulties. Last weekend, Eurozone members agreed on a 100 billion euros aid plan to help the Spanish banking sector.
By Benoît Heitz | Head of Global Economic Research within RISQ/ECO | 16/05/12
What would be the consequences for Greeks but also for the other countries of the Eurozone, and the whole European Union?
By Laure de BATZ | RISQ/ECO | 16/05/12
The political-military crisis that followed presidential elections in November 2011 was the low point in a decade of ethnic strife pitting North against South, which included a civil war between 2002 and 2003.