Antonio Barroso

Antonio Barroso is a Managing Director with Teneo. He is responsible for coordinating the firm’s global political risk research platform and for the specific coverage of France, Portugal and Spain.

Background

Antonio Barroso is a Managing Director with Teneo. He is responsible for coordinating the firm’s global political risk research platform and for the specific coverage of France, Portugal and Spain.

He has almost a decade of experience in advising investors and corporations on political risk in Europe. He is a frequent public speaker and a regular media commentator on political and economic issues, with frequent contributions to the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Bloomberg and CNBC.

Prior to joining Teneo, Antonio was a Senior Analyst at Eurasia Group where he co-developed the firm’s Western Europe coverage. Antonio received master’s degrees from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs in New York and the College of Europe in Bruges. He also holds a BA in Political Science and Sociology from the University of Granada in Spain.

SPAIN: What to watch after the Catalan election

( 3 mins) The regional election taking place in Catalonia this Sunday, 14 February, will determine whether the new Catalan government develops a more confrontational stance towards Madrid on the secession issue. On the national level, the vote

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FRANCE: Macron’s risky bet

( 3 mins) Prime Minister Jean Castex announced on 29 January that the government would not impose the widely expected third nationwide lockdown to limit the spread of Covid-19 infections. President Emmanuel Macron’s last-minute U-turn, which goes against

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Today the French govt made announcements on its "prêts participatifs" program to support SMEs. I have observed some confusion out there as to its nature; as I understand it this is really (junior) credit support measure rather than "equity support". (1/N) https://www.economie.gouv.fr/video-renforcer-bilan-entreprises-relance-presentation-prets-participatifs

Reminiscent of #EU Strategic Outlook on #China which sees China as simultaneously a “cooperation partner”, “negotiating partner”, “economic competitor”& “systemic rival”.EU-#US language on China increasingly converging but the devil is in the details & the actions. #transatlantic https://twitter.com/nicolange_/status/1367364190248263680

Nico Lange@nicolange_

Blinken: „Our relationship with China will be competitive when it should be, collaborative when it can be, and adversarial when it must be. The common denominator is the need to engage China from a position of strength.“ USA, Deutschland, EU sollten das gemeinsam so angehen.

Hablamos mucho de "transformar" la economía española, pero concretamos poco. Hoy en @voz_populi hablo de industria, servicios y cambio estructural realista: en qué podemos y en qué no podemos convertirnos.
https://www.vozpopuli.com/opinion/transformar-espana-rescate.html

This is quite something:
EU COM announces set up of "EU Observatory of Critical Technologies"
▶️ regular monitoring & analysis of critical technologies, potential applications, value chains
▶️ desired EU control over them
▶️ existing gaps and dependencies
https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/com-2021-70_en_act_part1_v8_en.pdf

"A pesar de que la fuerte polarización retórica invita a pensar que los consensos son imposibles, lo cierto es que hace más de 10 años que nuestra política exterior es estable." Muy bueno esto de @_ignaciomolina https://elpais.com/opinion/2021-02-15/hacia-una-politica-exterior-estrategica.html

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