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Are we headed toward a “polycrisis”? The buzzword of the moment, explained.

By ChinaPulse.com

There is nothing that Davos loves more than a good buzzword, and in 2023 that buzzword was “polycrisis.”
The folks at this year’s World Economic Forum adopted the term after historian Adam Tooze popularized it in his inaugural Financial Times column la…

Are we headed toward a “polycrisis”? The buzzword of the moment, explained.

By MediaIntel.Asia

There is nothing that Davos loves more than a good buzzword, and in 2023 that buzzword was “polycrisis.”
The folks at this year’s World Economic Forum adopted the term after historian Adam Tooze popularized it in his inaugural Financial Times column l…

Say no to camp politics?

By ChinaPulse.com

Amidst most of the gloom shrouding the prospects of the country’s economic landscape (and of course of the unending political circus too), perhaps the only sanguine news of late came regarding the broader ‘conceptual agreements’ between Islamabad and M…

Debt ceiling debate: A gift to China’s grand strategy

By ChinaPulse.com

The new Republican majority in the House of Representatives is sending very mixed signals on China. On the one hand it wants the American people to think it is taking action on the Chinese challenge to U.S.…
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How India can keep growing amid a global economic slowdown

By ChinaPulse.com

India has done relatively well despite multiple shocks in the past three years. The reasons include its “double diversity” advantage, arriving on a feasible set of reforms and the success of counter-cyclical policy in smoothing shocks.…
This data…

Egyptians Prepare for Deep Economic Crisis

By MediaIntel.Asia

In Egypt, buying rice and eggs is a luxury and many families have put meat off the menu because Egyptians are unable to afford it. A report by Deutsche Welle said that there are fears among Egyptians that their country could become like Lebanon, which…

Five Rules for an Aging World

By ChinaPulse.com

This means that just as China emerges as an almost-superpower, it’s staring into a darkened future where it grows old and stagnant before it finishes growing rich. Meanwhile, variations on that shadow lie over most rich and many middle-income nations n…

Even a global recession may not bring down inflation

By ChinaPulse.com

Investors have swooned at the good news. Since early October European shares have risen, with optimists declaring an end to the continent’s energy crisis in sight. Chinese stocks have jumped at recent talk that Xi Jinping will abandon his “zero-covid&#…

‘Only option to emerge from crisis is…’ Sri Lanka President on economic collapse

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Crisis-hit Sri Lanka has continued to ask for financial support from major economies and institutions like IMF. Recently, Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe said that the only option for the island nation to emerge from this crisis is to seek th…

Sri Lanka concludes debt restructuring talks with Japan, discussions with India soon: President Wickremesinghe

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Colombo: Sri Lanka has concluded debt restructuring talks with Japan and will continue to hold such meetings with India this month, President Ranil Wickremesinghe announced on Saturday, as the cash-strapped country looks to carve a path out of its wors…