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By Mohamed A. El Erian - Dec 19,2018
ABU DHABI — The European Commission, the International Monetary Fund, and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development predict that, on average, the European Union’s economy will grow by 1.9 per cent next year, a rate that is broadly consistent with the average of 2
By Mohamed A. El Erian - Nov 28,2018
WASHINGTON, DC — The singular issue of Brexit has consumed the United Kingdom for two and a half years.
By Mohamed A. El Erian - Sep 30,2018
SEATTLE — Imagine a world in which the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) were more client-driven.
By Mohamed A. El Erian - Jul 18,2018
NEW YORK — The latest round of tit-for-tat tariffs by the United States and China has intensified the ongoing global debate about whether the world is facing a mere trade skirmish or heading rapidly toward a full-blown trade war.
By Mohamed A. El Erian - Jun 30,2018
LAGUNA BEACH — Egypt’s national football team rode to Russia for its first World Cup finals in 28 years on a wave of lofty expectations and potent fan enthusiasm.
By Mohamed A. El Erian - May 15,2018
NEWPORT BEACH — Argentinian President Mauricio Macri’s government has asked the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a loan that it hopes can stem a peso rout that has driven up interest rates, will slow the economy and threatens the reform programme.
By Mohamed A. El Erian - Feb 27,2017
After an insight-filled and enjoyable visit to South Africa — my first to this beautiful country in 15 years — I am leaving with mixed feelings.The country’s ongoing process of economic and political development has left those living here, as well as concerned observers like me,
By Mohamed A. El Erian - May 16,2015
Like many readers, I still vividly recall when Nokia was the dominant player in mobile phones, with over 40 per cent of the market and Apple was just a computer company. I remember when Amazon was known only for books and when dirty taxis or high-priced limousines where the only
By Mohamed A. El Erian - Jul 16,2014
Less than two years into Enrique Peña Nieto’s presidency, Mexico is implementing an ambitious structural-reform package designed to lift its economy out of a multi-decade low-growth trap and create new opportunities for its citizens. The reforms involve restructurin
By Mohamed A. El Erian - May 24,2014
There seems to be no limit to the exciting possibilities that come from combining technical innovations, the Internet and social media. It is a phenomenon that has been revolutionising journalism and entertainment; and by helping to overcome coordination challenges, it has also

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