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The former chancellor of Austria lays out a case for a free-trade agreement between the United States and the European Union. The barrier: many Europeans tend to overemphasize risk when assessing opportunities.
The Chinese central bank has recently hinted that it will quicken the pace of interest rate reforms. But more is needed to make the country’s economy truly market-determined, says Shang-Jin Wei.
The head of China’s largest food conglomerate predicts the fate of SOEs – and his firm’s place in the economic buffet.
With growth slowing in China and other BRIC nations, one expert still sees jewels among well-run countries that are preparing for the future.