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WEEKLY POLITICAL COMPASS

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China appears to be pushing back against new US sanctions. Germany’s Christian Democrats will choose a new party leader. In Argentina, three major agricultural unions will start a three-day strike. Ghana’s Supreme Court will decide on a legal challenge to the presidential election results. Meanwhile, India will start the Covid-19 vaccine rollout, Italy’s coalition government will face another difficult vote in parliament, Brazil’s fiscal situation continues to create concerns, and South Africa’s vaccination strategy is facing criticism. CHART OF THE WEEK
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WEEKLY POLITICAL COMPASS

( 6 mins read ) Press play to listen China is fighting the worst Covid-19 outbreak since March 2020. Italy’s Prime Minister faces a tougher test in the Senate after winning a confidence vote in the lower house. In Germany,

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WEEKLY POLITICAL COMPASS

( 7 mins read ) Press play to listen China has approved Sinopharm’s Covid-19 vaccine for general use. The new border arrangement between the UK and the EU will be tested after the holiday season. Ghana’s president will officially start

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WEEKLY POLITICAL COMPASS

( 6 mins read ) Press play to listen Trade negotiations between the UK and the EU continue. Nasqad will remove four Chinese companies’ shares from indexes. South Africa’s president is expected to announce new Covid-19 related measures. Meanwhile, India’s Supreme Court could rule in favor of expelling farmers on

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WEEKLY POLITICAL COMPASS

( 8 mins read ) Press play to listen Indonesia and Brazil have received doses of a vaccine made in China. EU leaders will try to overcome vetoes against the bloc’s budget and recovery fund. UK-EU trade talks continue. Presidential and parliamentary elections will be

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( 7 mins read ) Press play to listen China has imposed new tariffs on Australian wine. A last-minute trade deal between the UK and the EU is still likely. Venezuela’s legislative elections will be boycotted by opposition parties. Ethiopia’s army has seized control of Tigray’s capital. Meanwhile, a constitutional court

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( 8 mins read ) Press play to listen G20 leaders discussed how to distribute Covid-19 vaccines around the world. An EU-UK trade deal might finally be agreed in the coming days. Another major anti-government protest is expected in Thailand. The Tigray conflict continues

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