Global Envision: exploring market-driven solutions to poverty
As Europe attempts to thwart a broader global recession, it is facing what many economists refer to as a trilemma, and poorer countries could be the victims.
It’s a lot worse than just about everyone thought. By some estimates, the economic crisis could cost 50 million jobs worldwide.
Latvia's government collapsed following weeks of financial instability. The New York Times explains some of the events leading up the resignation of Prime Minister Ivars Godmanis:
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