EUROPE: The politics of exit strategies

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Below is this week’s update on how selected European governments are handling lockdown exit and their economic policies to counter the economic fallout from Covid-19. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you want to discuss any of the countries mentioned in more detail. Italy Exit strategy: The government will determine this week if the current restrictions on travel between regions will be lifted as planned on 3 June. However, Piedmont and Lombardy may have to keep travel limits in place for a few more weeks as these two regions account for around two-thirds of new coronaviru
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I have a new post in the Prime Minister's Time section of my website, analyzing Suga's schedule for the week of 9/20. http://observingjapan.com/2020/09/26/the-week-of-20-september-2020/

Shinzo Abe presided over an era of stability in Japan, but his successor does not share Abe’s luck, @observingjapan writes. Japan’s economy has sunk into a recession and Beijing’s recent actions have entirely undone Abe’s pursuit of a rapprochement.
https://trib.al/GW4kv2W

En 4 de los últimos 5 meses las importaciones pagadas fueron superiores a las computadas en aduana. En exportaciones la tendencia es la opuesta: llevamos 7 meses seguidos con menos ingreso de dólares que exportaciones. Así es la brecha XL. Imposible que no falten dólares. #MULC

"Risks and Opportunities for the Euro" https://www.europarl.europa.eu/thinktank/en/document.html?reference=IPOL_STU(2020)652751 . A study Daniel Gros and I did for the European Parliament on the prospects for enhancing the currency's international role.

Shinzo Abe presided over an astonishing period of stability in Japan. His successor promises continuity, but a recession, an aggressive China, and a possible second Trump term will make it difficult to deliver on that promise, @observingjapan argues.
https://trib.al/Bcbe1U8

I don't think I've read anything that lays bare America's "cold civil war" as well as @jbouie does here. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/25/opinion/trump-supreme-court-missouri-compromise.html

Pucha, qué DURA qué esta la economía argentina...
La economía argentina:
https://r24n.com/contenido/198177/primicia-exclusiva-alvarez-agis-remplazaria-a-martin-guzman-como-ministro-de-eco

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