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Latin America Economics > Latin America Watch — Dilma’s second term agenda takes shapeJapan Economics > Japan Economics Focus — What should Mr Abe do to kick-start growth?UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Autumn Statement 2014: Staying the courseChina Economics > China Economics Update — Productivity has not gone into reverseUS Economics > US Economics Focus — Dwindling slack will soon lead to surge in wage growthThis article appears in multiple services — CIPS/Markit Report on Manufacturing (Jun.) & Productivity (Q1)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Limited growth boost from revised “third arrow”Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Focus — Will urbanisation continue to drive growth in Asia?Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — How much could higher female employment boost GDP?US Economics > US Economics Focus — Productivity growth held back by structural problems
China Economics > China Economics Update — Can private investment shake-up China's state sector?This article appears in multiple services — News on productivity may brighten this yearChina Economics > China Economics Update — Shrinking workforce not a major growth riskChina Economics > China Economics Update — Why the hukou matters less than many thinkEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Focus — What does the “services revolution” mean for EMs?China Economics > China Watch — Shrinking workforce shouldn’t matter much to investorsUK Economics > UK Data Response — Credit Conditions Survey (Q4) & Productivity (Q3)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Can Australia cope as its mining boom cools?Global Economics > Global Economics Focus — Global growth prospects beyond 2020China Economics > China Economics Update — China's exporters still shrugging off fast-rising wages
Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Update — Are emerging markets losing their competitive edge?UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Birmingham & the West Midlands limited by low skill levelsEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Russia: WTO gains depend on wider economic reformThis article appears in multiple services — The next decade (Q2 2009)This article appears in multiple services — Productivity slowdown won’t stop employment fallingEuropean Economics > European Economics Focus — Is stronger euro-zone productivity growth here to stay?This article appears in multiple services — The shape of things to come – The UK economy over the next 20 years (Q2 2007)UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Productivity boost around the corner