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US in Latin America: 2 redirects

Moises Naim suggests two ways to redirect US policy in Latin America and reengage with the region: end the trade embargo with Cuba engage with Brazil, beginning with a trade agreement Of Cuba, Naim writes: The first step toward draining the appeal ...

New global e-readiness rankings

The Economist Intelligence Unit released its 2006 e-readiness rankings yesterday. The index is a measure of a country’s readiness for e-business, judged by Internet access, broadband penetration, innovation, information security, and other ...

World economies to 2050: a wealthier planet

PriceWaterhouseCoopers has released a study of potential growth in the world’s 17 largest economies out to the year 2050. The study forecasts the eclipse of the current developed economies. The E7, largest emerging market economies (China, ...