Blog posts tagged by tag: interview
On 15 January, the U.S. and China signed a "phase one" trade deal covering areas such as Chinese purchases of U.S. goods and services, exchange rate arrangements and intellectual property. To discuss Sino-American relations in more depth, and to gain a broader picture of China’s economy and outlook, we spoke to Tuuli McCully, Scotiabank’s chief economist for the Asia-Pacific region.
On many accounts, Israel has enjoyed an enviable economic trajectory in recent years. From 2010 to 2018 growth averaged 3.8%, while the public debt-to-GDP ratio fell by around ten percentage points. However, the country now faces important challenges, including how to better integrate its Haredi and Arab communities into the labor force, rein in a bulging fiscal deficit, and restore some semblance of political stability in a fractured Knesset—a government is yet to be formed following inconclusive elections in September. To discuss these issues and more, we spoke to Gil M. Bufman, Chief Economist at Bank Leumi.
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