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By Jim O’Neill - Jun 19,2019
LONDON — Like many others, I was shocked by recent images showing the size of the queue that formed in May to scale Mount Everest, the world’s highest peak, from the Nepalese side.
By Jim O’Neill - Mar 24,2019
LONDON — Though economics aspires to the rigour of the natural sciences, at the end of the day it is still a social science.
By Jim O’Neill - Feb 10,2019
TOKYO — When I participated in the Chatham House/Daiwa Research Institute conference on the post-Brexit Japan-UK relationship in Tokyo last month, it was my first visit back with Japan since my departure from Goldman Sachs almost six years ago.
By Jim O’Neill - May 23,2018
LONDON — The United Kingdom ranks around 22nd among countries in terms of population. Its economy is somewhere between the fifth- and seventh-largest in the world in terms of nominal GDP (in US dollars), which is comparable to the economies of India and France.
By Jim O’Neill - May 10,2018
LONDON — To mark the second anniversary of the British government’s review on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR), which I had the honour of chairing, two members of the review team, Anthony McDonnell and Will Hall, and I have published a new book: “Superbugs: An Arms Race Against Bac
By Jim O’Neill - Apr 23,2018
LONDON — On a recent holiday in Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos, I could not resist thinking about these countries’ economic potential and ongoing policy challenges.
By Jim O’Neill - Nov 25,2017
Writing about oil prices is always risky. In January 2015, I suggested that oil prices would not continue to fall, and even predicted that they would “finish the year higher than they were when it began”.
By Jim O’Neill - Oct 22,2017
I recently took a trip to Switzerland — a remarkable country that I have been fortunate to visit many times over the past 40 years.
By Jim O’Neill - Oct 18,2017
This month, international media are understandably focused on the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) 19th National Congress, a carefully choreographed event that will reveal who’s “in” and who’s “out” with Chinese President Xi Jinping.But while it is important to know who Xi’s favou
By Jim O’Neill - Sep 26,2017
This month is the first anniversary of the United Nations High-Level Meeting on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR), which the United Kingdom’s independent Review on AMR helped to bring about.That moment last year was very gratifying for me, as the chairman of the Review, as well as f

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