Uwe Lohmann

Category Archives: Global

Emerging economies struggled to grow through the 2010s and pessimism shrouds them now. People wonder how they will pay debts rung up during the pandemic of Covid-19 and how they…

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The COVID-19 pandemic is still accelerating in many countries and uncertainty is unusually high. Decisive government actions are necessary to ensure swift and extensive vaccine roll-outs, protect the most vulnerable…

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If you have spent any time following financial news on social media over the last weeks, you will have been told fabulous stories ordinary people have had with the establishment…

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Big government is finally taking on Big Tech. In the most momentous antitrust lawsuit in a generation, The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) accused Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook of unfair competition…

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The entire world changed in the few short hours between when John F. Kennedy went to bed on October 15, 1962, and when he woke up the following morning. Because…

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By end of 2019, Margrethe Vestager was handed a simple mission that is fiendishly tricky to fulfill: make Europe fit for the digital age. The EU’s executive vice-president is now…

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We may have made a vaccine but, as light appears at the end of a very long tunnel it is clear to us that the economic repercussions of Covid-19 will…

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Last month Barclays’ credit card business struck a deal with Amazon to offer seamless customized shopping and payment services in Germany. The announcement drew little attention amid the US election,…

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The next president, whoever he is, will not determine the future of America’s role in the world. Joe Biden does not recognize there is a problem. President Trump has no…

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The military conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia is now an all-out war. If the international community fails to cease hostilities, the bloody clash over the Nagorno-Karabakh region could engulf neighbouring…

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