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Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari with Chinese President Xi Jinping

Easy Money, Debt-Binging and the China-Nigeria Relationship

the latest borrowing spree by Nigeria, and its increasing concentration in China, is consequential.

Why High Global Inflation Is Such a Big Concern

The global prices of commodities have witnessed a sharp increase on the back of demand revival in advanced economies driven by the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines.
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Rise of Economic Protectionism in Global Economy: Re-examining the Theory of Comparative Advantage

Recent trends in global economy have shown that many countries throughout the world have been undertaking measures that have been associated with what economists...
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Three Decades After Big-bang Reforms, India Remains a Low-Middle-Income Country

In 1990-91, Indian Economy was on the brink of collapse. The country was reeling under extreme economic pressure with just enough foreign exchange reserves,...
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Migrant Workers From Remittance Dependent Countries Are Being Forced Back Into Poverty by COVID-19

The wide-ranging effects of the Covid-19 global pandemic are almost unfathomable. Every day we hear of a different sub-section of society who have had...
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As Oil Reserves Decrease, the GCC States Look to Urgently Diversify Their Economies

The market for natural resources is utterly fragile and unpredictable. Thus, depending solely on the exportation of oil was foundationally seen as unsustainable by...
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How Will the Military Coup Impact Myanmar’s Struggling Economy?

On Feb. 01, 2021 the Myanmar military also known as Tatmadaw, dismissed the civilian-led and democratically elected National League of Democracy (NLD) government and...
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Brexit Will Not Impact Free Trade, But Free Movement of People

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that Britain has taken back control of its laws, borders, and fishing waters, after the UK and European...
Liz Truss, the UK's secretary of state for international trade, meets with Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi

UK-Japan Free Trade Agreement and Its Economic and Strategic Implications

The United Kingdom and Japan signed a trade agreement in October 2020. The deal is significant, because it was the first such agreement UK...

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