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The Trump administration will announce sanctions on US imports from western China's Xinjiang region. Yoshihide Suga will be selected as Japan’s next PM. Belarusian President Lukashenko will meet his Russian counterpart. South Africa’sgovernment could relax Covid-19 related restrictions. Leaders of the EU and China will meet today for a video summit. Meanwhile, protests continue in Thailand, Russia’s municipal election have been mostly favorable for President Putin’s United Russia, the fallout from last week’s violence will continue in Colombia, and in Cote d’Ivoire the exclusion of
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WEEKLY POLITICAL COMPASS

( 7 mins read ) Press play to listen The EU is unlikely to impose economically meaningful sanctions on Turkey. In Peru, political tensions are likely to remain high even after President Vizcarra survived an impeachment vote. Poland’s coalition government

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( 7 mins read ) Press play to listen The German chancellor is increasing the pressure on the Russian government in the Navalny case. There is renewed speculation about a no-deal UK exit from the Brexit transition period. In South

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( 7 mins read ) Press play to listen In Belarus, protests continue against President Lukashenko. In South Korea, the surge in Covid-19 cases has caused the reintroduction of public health measures. In Venezuela, opposition leader Juan Guaido will present

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EUROPE: The differences between two waves

( 5 mins read ) European governments will only resort to nationwide lockdowns as a last resort. Countries will probably continue failing to coordinate their border policies. The coming days are crunch time for crucial decisions, such as whether to

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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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