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WTO trade policy review of China: UK Statement

The UK's Ambassador to the WTO and UN in Geneva, Simon Manley, delivered this statement at the WTO Trade Policy Review of China on...

Effects of the pandemic on women’s employment

At the Women in Banking Symposium, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia (via webcast) By Governor Michelle W. Bowman When considering the level of employment,...

The British brand: Openness, freedom and reliability

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss delivered the closing speech at the Global Investment Summit, held in London. By Liz Truss We have seen what the United Kingdom...

US Secretary Antony J. Blinken on the passing of former Secretary of State Colin...

By Antony J. Blinken, Secretary of State I’d like to say a few words about an extraordinary leader and a great man whom we lost...

Taiwan: A friend in need is a friend indeed: Part 2

By Denys Springer Considering the size of Taiwan 36,197 square kilometers, length 396 kilometers and width 144 kilometers; the highest peak is Jade mountain 3,952...

For the Caribbean, relations with the US and China is not one or the...

By Sir Ronald Sanders On October 12, more than a dozen representatives in the US Congress sent a letter to the US Trade Representative, Katherine...

Strong and growing support for a successful IDA20

Remarks by World Bank Group President David Malpass at the 2021 Annual Meetings. By David Malpass WASHINGTON, USA - I’ve already participated in meetings with the...

Sharing the Recovery: SDR channeling and a new trust

By Ceyla Pazarbasioglu and Uma Ramakrishnan One of the most significant measures introduced by the International Monetary Fund in response to the global pandemic was...

Taiwan: A friend in need is a friend indeed: Part 1

By Denys Springer Those who want to control Taiwan at all, cost more so, under false pretences because they think that ‘might is power’ and...

B20 Summit: In pursuit of a stronger, more sustainable global economy

By Janet L. Yellen As G20 countries prepare for the upcoming Leaders’ Summit and COP-26 meeting, we face a significant moment for the global economy....

Fear holds upon us all

By Steven Kaszab Fear has been the one pivotal element within all our histories, both personal and nationally speaking. It is something that excites, invites,...

Roots of Latin American and Caribbean underdevelopment planted by  ‘lost’ Columbus 

By Sir Ronald Sanders Every year at the Organization of American States (OAS), Spain, as an Observer state, has placed on the Organization’s agenda a...

Guyana and Suriname: The role of emerging oil markets on the path to net-zero

By Arthur Deakin This year, the world has become increasingly aware of a global energy shortage as well as the irreversible damages of climate change....

Taiwan’s long road to CPTPP membership

By Riley Walters The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) was back in the news recently, as both China and Taiwan formally submitted applications (see here and here) to...

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