"The pro-growth policies are simple enough to see, the difficulty is acting on them."
Is America's neighbor to the north in trouble?
The dynamism of America's economy is not going to fall simply because the demographics are growing older. In fact, they could be one of our biggest economic strengths.
New firms create new jobs. Yet today's new firms tend to create fewer new jobs—and it's holding the labor market back.
The immediate economic benefits of the big trade deal are limited for the US. It's an investment, not a payout.
With China's role in global growth likely to slacken, the world may need a new champion.
A skills gap is combining with more international competition for services to shrink the middle class and stall wage growth.
The landmark free-trade deal could see the U.S. and Europe gain new power and the BRICS fade faster. But first it has to pass.
The West looked to them for growth. They might soon look back.
Greece is no longer a liberal democracy, but a "debt democracy," where international creditors matter more than Greek voters.
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