April 25, 2024
Economy

Study travel set to boost Welsh economy £13m by 2027

The impressive figure was shared by the International Association of Language Centres, as sector representatives flocked to Cardiff for the association’s prestigious workshop. The flagship event in the international study travel industry took place from April 11-14, welcoming around 135 study travel agents from 33 countries and 130 representatives from IALC-accredited schools in 24 countries.

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Economy

Budget spending spree could overheat economy, Central Bank deputy governor warns – The Irish Times

Big tax cuts or spending increases above the 5 per cent rule in the upcoming budget could drive domestic “imbalances” and overheat the economy, Central Bank deputy governor Vasileios Madouros has said. He also warned another commodity price shock linked to geopolitical tensions in the Middle East and/or further trade fragmentation posed the biggest external

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Economy

Not ‘A Hard Landing And Hardly A Soft One’

US Economy Expected To Grow 2.5% In Q1: Not ‘A Hard Landing And Hardly A Soft One’ As the week unfolds, investors are eagerly awaiting the impending release of the U.S. gross domestic product growth rate for the first quarter of 2024, set for this Thursday, ahead of the highly anticipated Personal Consumption Expenditure (PCE)

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Economy

Small Island States Fostering Effective Energy Transition To Achieve a Blue Economy — Global Issues

Renewable energy for small island states formed part of the debate at the Fourteenth Session of the IRENA Assembly in Abu Dhabi. Credit: Amitava Chandra / Climate Visuals by Aimable Twahirwa (abu dhabi) Wednesday, April 24, 2024 Inter Press Service ABU DHABI, Apr 24 (IPS) – Small Island Developing States (SIDS), a distinct group of 39

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Economy

2024 APSA Dissertation Workshop: Comparative & Multi-Method Approaches within Political Economy Research

Comparative & Multi-Method Approaches within Political Economy Research | Apply Here Join us for an in-person workshop held during the 2024 APSA Annual Meeting, on Wednesday, September 4, in Philadelphia, PA. Co-Leaders: Deadline: Sunday, May 19, 2024. Click here to apply →  Workshop Description: Comparative scholars increasingly draw upon a variety of methods to investigate key questions raised by political economies

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Economy

How to Build a Solidarity Economy: The Logic of Non-Reformist Reforms – Non Profit News

Image credit: John Fornander on Unsplash As co-coordinators of the US Solidarity Economy Network (USSEN), we routinely face the joys and challenges of working with a wide range of social change agents and organizations to advance an explicitly post-capitalist framework. We’ve been at this for a while. USSEN was formed in 2007 at the first US Social

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Economy

Germany Nudges Up Growth Forecast, Ailing Economy At ‘Turning Point’

The German government slightly increased its 2024 growth forecast Wednesday, saying there were signs Europe’s beleaguered top economy was at a “turning point” after battling through a period of weakness. Output is expected to expand 0.3 percent this year, the economy ministry said, up from a prediction of 0.2 percent in February. sr/mfp/lth … The

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Economy

World Economy Latest: Russia’s Economy Risks Overheating

I’m Chris Anstey, a senior editor in Boston, and today we’re looking at Russian economic resilience. Send us feedback and tips to ecodaily@bloomberg.net or get in touch on X via @economics. And if you aren’t yet signed up to receive this newsletter, you can do so here. Russia’s government touted robust domestic demand in boosting

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Economy

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is concerned economy will return to 1970s stagflation

Wall Street stalwart Jamie Dimon is concerned history may be repeating itself with the U.S. economy returning to the embedded stagflation it battled fifty years ago. Speaking at the Economic Club of New York on Tuesday, JPMorgan CEO Dimon said now more so than ever the economy is resembling the 1970s, when both inflation and

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Economy

Optimism returns to Germany as the Ifo jumps again | snaps

The cycle has started to turn for the better. Today’s Ifo index provides further evidence of a bottoming out of the German economy. Hard data for the first two months of the quarter already suggested it could have left recession behind earlier than expected. Strong activity in the construction sector on the back of mild

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