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Martin Wolf

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  • March 20, 2017

    The folly of bilateralism in global trade

    The Marshall Plan is rightly regarded as among the most successful pieces of economic diplomacy in history. Yet it was not the money that mattered...

  • February 13, 2017

    May’s policies make a mockery of her rhetoric

    The promise from Theresa May, the prime minister, in her speech to the Conservative party conference last year was unambiguous: “Our economy...

  • February 06, 2017

    Tough talk on trade will not bring jobs back

    Blame foreigners first. This strategy is always the companion of aggrieved nationalism. It can be seen in Donald Trump’s ban on immigrants...

  • January 16, 2017

    Business should assume a hard Brexit

    Are the aims of the UK prime minister on the outcome of the forthcoming negotiations on Brexit obscure? The gyrations of the foreign currency...

  • December 19, 2016

    Why Xi cannot succeed with his reforms

    Xi Jinping, recently granted the title of “core leader” of China, is a man with two missions. The first is to purge the Chinese...

  • November 28, 2016

    Trump faces the reality of world trade

    Might China rescue the globalisation of trade from its rejection by the US, under President Donald Trump? Could the threat of Chinese leadership, or...

  • November 14, 2016

    The economic consequences of Mr Trump

    Donald Trump has won the presidency, despite losing the popular vote. The US has, as a result, chosen as its next president a man whose...

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