Indicators

Indicators

Kuwait is a small country with one of the world's largest proven oil reserves and one of the richest countries. The key role of the oil sector determines the dependence of the country's economy on the global situation in the hydrocarbon market
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The recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic has allowed economists to once again learn from their mistakes. Reports at a recent conference of the AEA suggest theories that may eventually become generally accepted for the next generation
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The 54th World Economic Forum, which brought together 3,000 participants from different countries, ended in Davos, Switzerland. They included 1.6 thousand business leaders, 350 heads of state and government ministers, as well as hundreds of scientists, civil society leaders and entrepreneurs
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The fight against inflation (or deflation in rare cases) is one of the main topics of last year for the whole world. Research shows that the phrase “price increase” in business media was most often found after the "key rate"
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China's consumer price index fell year-on-year last month at the sharpest pace since November 2020. At the same time, the decrease in the indicator has been observed for eight months in a row.
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Analysts at Danish Saxo Bank have published traditional "shocking predictions" for 2024. They suggest what will happen if these unlikely events come true that could shake the global economy
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In recent years, the effect of the macroeconomic and structural reforms undertaken in the early 2000s, which contributed to the rapid socio-economic development of Turkey, began to weaken
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On November 30, the 28th United Nations International Climate Conference (COP 28) started in the UAE, which is attended by more than 150 countries.
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South Africa is one of the largest and most developed economies on the African continent. The country is rich with natural resources and other minerals. Mining is an important part of the economy of South Africa.
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In 2022 alone, Moldova received nearly a billion euros in foreign aid, with 80% of this amount comprising loans. While this is attributed to the economic policies of the current leaders, former Prime Minister Ion Chicu argues that
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