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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
By Mohamed A. El Erian - Apr 05,2014
Some economists, like Larry Summers call it “secular stagnation”.
By Mohamed A. El Erian - Jan 08,2014
The United States’ reputation for sound economic policy making took a beating in 2013. Some of this was warranted; some of it was not.


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