May 30, 2024
Economy

How ASEAN Can Manage Economic Risks With China – The Diplomat

As China’s economic relationship with ASEAN continues to deepen, the region must proactively manage the risks of overreliance alongside the benefits of increased trade and investment. China’s economic importance to ASEAN is undeniable. It is ASEAN’s largest trading partner, accounting for nearly 20 percent of total trade, and it contributed a third of the region’s

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Economy

Loss of social homes cost UK economy £25bn last year, new report finds | News

The English economy lost out on £25.25bn in savings last year due to the 1.4 million social homes lost through Right to Buy, disposals and conversions since 1979, a new report by research consultancy Sonnet has found. The figure is based on the average value brought by a social tenancy, which was estimated to be

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Economy

Salford’s Lowry ‘generates £48m for economy every year’

The Lowry Theatre Greater Manchester arts centre the Lowry has been declared a place-making powerhouse in a report that claims the venue generates £48 million gross value added to the economy each year Support The Stage by registering or subscribing To continue reading this article you must be logged in. Register or login below to

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Economy

New International Comparison Program data sheds light on global economy and living standards

ICP 2021 cycle results are now available at icp.worldbank.org. This blog series covers all aspects of the ICP and explores the use made of these data by researchers, policy makers, economists, data scientists, and others. We encourage users to share their data applications and findings in this blog series via icp@worldbank.org New economic indicators

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Economy

Why Are People So Down About the Economy? Theories Abound.

The U.S. economy has been an enigma over the past few years. The job market is booming, and consumers are still spending, which is usually a sign of optimism. But if you ask Americans, many will tell you that they feel bad about the economy and are unhappy about President Biden’s economic record. Call it

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Economy

First Quarter Economic Growth Revised Downward on Weaker Consumer Spending | Economy

Key Takeaways Consumers slowed their spending in the first quarter. The economy is slowing but still in an expansion phase as businesses invest in new technologies like artificial intelligence. Consumer spending slowed in the first quarter, bringing economic growth down to a 1.3% annual rate, the Bureau of Economic Analysis said as it released its

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Economy

Right to Buy cost UK economy £25bn last year, new report finds | News

The English economy lost out on £25.25bn in savings last year due to the 1.4 million social homes lost since Right to Buy was introduced in 1979, a new report by research consultancy Sonnet has found. The figure is based on the average value brought by a social tenancy, which was estimated to be at

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Economy

Top 10 largest economies in the world in 2024 | Trending News

10 Largest Economies in the World in 2024: Global economic growth was estimated at 3.2% in 2023 and is projected to continue at the same pace in 2024 and 2025, as per the latest World Economic Outlook 2024 report, published in April 2024. It predicts an increase in developed economy growth from 1.6% in 2023 to 1.7%

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Economy

Tennessee voters have favorable opinion of state economy, not U.S. economy • Tennessee Lookout

Around 65% of Tennessee voters say the state economy is good, while only 29% believe the same about the U.S. economy, according to a Vanderbilt University poll released last week. The differing views between the state and nation’s economy make for the largest gap since the survey first asked the question in 2012, but they

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Economy

What penny-pinching baby-boomers mean for the world economy

THE WEST’S baby-boomers are the richest generation ever to have lived—but they do not spend like it. Instead, as we report this week, the elderly are squirrelling away money, motivated by ever-longer retirements, the risk that they will need to pay for old-age care, the inevitable uncertainty about how long they will survive and the

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